Justin Wilson’s Looking Back
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Presented by Lehman’s & Farm Show Magazine, join us for the best in Cajun Cookin’ with the master cook, Mr. Justin Wilson, as he tells funny Cajun stories and demonstrates the Cajun way of cooking up some WILD GAME, CHICKEN, BEEF, SEAFOOD & PORK. I Garontee!

Justin’s programs on CBS, as well as his PBS show, “Louisiana Cookin’” helped to popularize a style of cooking that most of America previously had limited access. Viewers were regaled with stories, jokes, music, poetry, and, most importantly — cooking!

When Justin told his viewers “I Garontee,” he made them feel like family. Our goal is to do the same thing, offering Justin’s recipes, cookbooks, music, seasonings, and other fine food products to everyone.

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