What's wrong with this Tweet? #Onlyin MN?????
What's wrong with this picture? Where's the SPICE?!? Whether you use crab boil seasoning, Old Bay seasoning, or your own special blend, it's not right if you can't see red!
Bizarre Foods' Andrew Zimmern apparently never heard of a Low Country Boil before.... and he certainly didn't know how to make it
If the corn and potatoes don’t have a red tint to them from the seasoning then you may as well just throw that all away. #cometosouthLouisiana— Allison (@lsugrad0406) January 24, 2018
Here's an example of what it should look like. Note the obvious red coloring, especially evident on the corn. Then compare it to the pic that Zimmern tweeted!
But spice wasn't the only problem that Twitter found with Zimmern's tweet--
I mean those are absolutely not finished boiling, oh my— grayson_ward (@it_is_raymond) January 24, 2018
update, I have just learned that they are called "Cray-fish" here and they are found in rivers. But I am still confused.— Deanna B. Narveson (@dbnarveson) January 24, 2018
Has Andrew Zimmern commented on that MIN crawfish tweet? He's obviously knowledgeable about food and travel. I'm so confused.— Jerry Brannon (@jerrybrannon) January 24, 2018
Southerners are offended, outraged and downright confused by this whole thing.
But in the end, the only proper response for someone who's so totally off the mark is the Southern slap in the face-- Bless his heart!