Thick, pungent, lingering gas that is the result of eating blackened seasoned foods. Blackening is one of the most flavorful ways to prepare food that will leave you with spicy elemented swamp gas. The hallmarks of Cajun Swamp Gas are its spice filled after notes and their power to linger in the air for extended periods. Makes for the best, but the worst, dutch ovens.
Carl couldn't resist eating a giant blackened shrimp po' boy for dinner. The blackened seasoning fired up Carl's bowels and he was dropping Cajun Swamp Gas all night. It was so ripe that he gave his girlfriend a dutch oven to share the rancid stench.
by Ben Dribblin March 27, 2015