In this Monday, April 1, 2013 photo, sales representative Matt Rider of Light Tower Rentals holds a container of jambalaya prepared by chef Richard Hoschar for workers on a natural gas drilling site near Montoursville, Pa. An influx of workers from the South to fill gas drilling jobs has led area catering businesses, restaurants and grocery stores to offer more Southern cuisine like jambalaya and boudin. (AP Photo/Genaro C. Armas)

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In this Monday, April 1, 2013 photo, sales representative Matt Rider of Light Tower Rentals holds a container of jambalaya prepared by chef Richard Hoschar for workers on a natural gas drilling site near Montoursville, Pa. An influx of workers from the South to fill gas drilling jobs has led area catering businesses, restaurants and grocery stores to offer more Southern cuisine like jambalaya and boudin. (AP Photo/Genaro C. Armas)
In this Monday, April 1, 2013 photo, sales representative Matt Rider of Light Tower Rentals holds a container of jambalaya prepared by chef Richard Hoschar for workers on a natural gas drilling site near Montoursville, Pa. An influx of workers from the South to fill gas drilling jobs has led area catering businesses, restaurants and grocery stores to offer more Southern cuisine like jambalaya and boudin. (AP Photo/Genaro C. Armas)
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