Troy Landry of "Swamp People" has emerged as a breakout star of the odd bayou series, and the eccentric History Channel star is set to release a cookbook with favorite backwoods recipes. One of the recipes, as Landry tells TMZ, is Nutria Sauce Piquante, a gumbo-style dish that features nutria, a large rodent common in the area.
Troy Landry's father owned a restaurant, so he's got culinary chops. Would you chow down on "Swamp People" cuisine?
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