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Read Somethin', Cook Somethin'

Read the amazing real-life stories of Jim LaBove growing up in the salt marshes of Southeast Texas.

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Welcome, Chere!

I’m Jim LaBove, an author and illustrator from Sabine Pass, Texas. Growing up in the salt marshes of bayou Cajun country gave me a unique outlook on a side of Cajun life most folks may have never known. Now, I’m happy to share my heritage and history with you.

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Signed Cajun Art Prints

An Illustrated Look Into Bayou Cajun Life

Need a perfect piece of wall art for your home or beach cabin? We’re proud to offer a selection of Jim’s signed field sketches as matted prints, ready for framing. Digital scans of the illustrations are imprinted on archival-quality 140-pound watercolor paper through a giclée ink transfer, all done in-house by the Cotton’s Seafood team. We package the prints in acid-free cellophane wraps with a sturdy backer board and your choice of mat color. A unique glimpse into mid-century bayou Cajun life!

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Home of the "Cotton's Seafood" Book Series

Cotton’s Seafood began as a seafood company owned by Cotton LaBove in the 1950’s, based out of the remote, marshy Sabine Pass, Texas. Jim LaBove has since written a series of books named after the company, centered memories and authentic recipes he picked up as a bayou Cajun.

Proudly Supporting The Cameron Preservation Alliance

The Sabine Pass Lighthouse went into operation in 1857. The light was permanently extinguished by the Coast Guard in 1952 when modern technology made it obsolete. The Cameron Preservation Alliance is dedicated to stabilizing and restoring the historical structure.

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