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With Thanksgiving just a few days away, LSU head coach Ed Orgeron detailed the plans for the team to be home with their families for the holiday or spend time at his house, where he would be serving "good oyster dressing," among other things.
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Ed Orgeron: "This week is obviously Thanksgiving week, happy Thanksgiving to everybody. Our team is going to have a Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday night. It's going to be good. I let them choose the menu, so you know it's going to be good. Then Thursday morning we're going to meet at 7, our team's going to be off the field at 10:30 so they can have Thanksgiving with their family. And I'll bring some players that don't have their family over, they can come over to my house and eat good oyster dressing."
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow was asked Monday about oyster dressing, something he had no clue about and his answers were hilarious.

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BayouBlogger63 months
I'm from Louisiana and lived there full time 22 years. I don't know if I've ever had it either, unless someone hid some in the cornbread dressing and I didn't notice.
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real turf fan63 months
Idjut. If a cajun cooks it, it's going to be good. Period.
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DownSouthCrawfish63 months
Damn oyster dressing sounds good af right now
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loweralabamatrojan63 months
My grandparents were from Nebraska. We still had great oyster dressing. Midwestern origin is no excuse for culinary ignorance.
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hill durham63 months
Meat and potatoes no spice no pepper. Bland food
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Willie Stroker63 months
Hilarious? His answers were not remotely hilarious. Sad mostly.
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Jack Ruby63 months
What a fricking Yankee...
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deltaland63 months
He is from the Midwest. They don’t have taste buds up there
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Zephyrius63 months
I bet Etling ate the oyster dressing...
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pitchandcatch2763 months
Well said from a real Cajun. Now pass for over 300 yards and 4 TDs over aTm. Geaux Tigers
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Joe Edwards63 months
Joe looks like Macaulay Culkin a tad bit.
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Meaux Bettah63 months
I'm hungry.
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Genestealer5563 months
I miss my dearly departed gramma’s oyster dressing so much...oh..and crawfish bisque...damn that woman could cook! I’m hungry!
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SirWinston63 months
Why don't we call it stuffing?
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GeauxTigers010763 months
Because "we" not stupid like you
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Guava Jelly63 months
Stuffing is a mixture that is cooked inside an animal cavity (usually a turkey). Dressing is cooked in a pan independent of the bird. Don't get tripped up on what it says on the package. If it's inside, it's stuffing. If it's outside, it's dressing.
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DisplacedBuckeye63 months
What kind of backwards arse dirtneck calls it dressing?
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panzer63 months
My wife makes the best....lots of parmesan cheese....
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Wayne Kenoff63 months
Your wife makes her oyster dressing for me a couple times a week. It's delicious.
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Mike da Tigah63 months
Someone is seriously failing this kid.
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Emteein63 months
He's from the midwest, probably should have told him "stuffing". he probably thinks dressing as in salad dressing. He probably drink pepsi.
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Hester Carries63 months
I say stuffing and im from lousiana
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Tiger in Carolina63 months
He drinks pop. I don’t care. Just beat A&M.
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JumpingTheShark63 months
Oyster dressing is the teets.
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