Blog Archives for tag Louisiana Cookin’

‘Slow Cooker Red Beans & Rice’

On this fine Mardi Gras day, you should embrace the spirit of the festivities and cook a classic Cajun or… Continue reading »

‘Creole Court-bouillon’

Court-bouillon is a French culinary term that translates to ‘short broth’; short meaning quick-cooking, this flavorful broth is used to… Continue reading »

‘Creole White Beans with Shrimp’

Everyone loves a nice Creole dish like this one from famed Louisiana Chef John Folse.  A mixture of sweet peppers,… Continue reading »

‘Snapper en Papillote with Kale, Grapefruit & Pecan Salad’

For their January issues, the majority of food magazines focus on clean eating.  It’s all about starting the new year… Continue reading »

‘Creamy Crawfish Tomato Pasta’

My Mom recently came to visit from my home state of Louisiana, so I decided to make her a Cajun… Continue reading »

‘Grilled Pork Chops with Blueberry Mostarda’

This sweet-savory combination over juicy grilled pork chops will no doubt impress your taste buds.  An easy sauce composed of… Continue reading »

‘Oyster-Artichoke Soup’

 A classic soup in the New Orleans area, oyster-artichoke soup is tart, a bit creamy and chock full of succulent… Continue reading »

‘Coffee & Chicory Creme Brûlée’

 If you are lucky enough to have eaten in one of the classic New Orleans restaurants in the French Quarter,… Continue reading »

‘Spicy Smothered Shrimp’

 Similar in taste to a classic shrimp creole, this delectable recipe for ‘Spicy Smothered Shrimp’ is filled with tender shrimp,… Continue reading »

‘Tomato Bread Pudding’

 This decadent bread pudding is filled with the flavors of summertime.  Wedges of roasted heirloom tomatoes and cubed whole wheat… Continue reading »