- Category: Freshwater Seafood
Garfish is the tribal symbol of the Coushatta Indians. This fish not only symbolizes sustenance and nourishment, but it also plays an important part in tribal customs. The bones are used for jewelry and costuming, while the hide is used for shoes and clothing. This prehistoric fish also symbolizes strength and survival. Cooked long and slow in a black pot, and packed with flavor, this courtbouillon is a great “camp dish”, and a sure hit for any occasion.