The top three finishers at the 2016 Mississippi Seafood Cookoff show off their awards. From left are Jesse Houston, Alex Eaton and David Dickensauge. This year’s cookoff will be May 25 at Climb CDC in Gulfport.
The top three finishers at the 2016 Mississippi Seafood Cookoff show off their awards. From left are Jesse Houston, Alex Eaton and David Dickensauge. This year’s cookoff will be May 25 at Climb CDC in Gulfport. G. Tremain Merrell Special to Sun Herald File
The top three finishers at the 2016 Mississippi Seafood Cookoff show off their awards. From left are Jesse Houston, Alex Eaton and David Dickensauge. This year’s cookoff will be May 25 at Climb CDC in Gulfport. G. Tremain Merrell Special to Sun Herald File

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