Blog Archives for tag trilogy

‘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 »

‘Collard Green Creole Dirty Rice’

If, like me, you like to serve Dirty Rice with your New Year’s Day dinner, this is most definitely the… Continue reading »

Red Beans & Rice with Garlic Sausage

The sausage you choose to add into a classic dish like red beans and rice can make all the difference…. Continue reading »

Turkey, Andouille & Shrimp Gumbo with Okra

It all starts with a roux.  That illusive thickening agent made from equal parts oil and flour, cooked slowly until… Continue reading »

Stewed Okra & Tomatoes with Andouille

You really can’t go wrong with a classic Southern dish like this one.  Fresh okra and heirloom tomatoes straight from… Continue reading »

Quick & Easy Red Beans & Rice

My version of the Cajun classic, red beans and rice, is perfectly spicy and healthy—and did I mention comes together… Continue reading »

‘Andouille Deviled Eggs’

 Brilliant!  I don’t know why this never occurred to me before; of all the versions of deviled eggs that are… Continue reading »

Classic Seafood Gumbo

It all starts with a roux.  (And a hankering for a soul-warming bowl of Classic Seafood Gumbo and a wedge or… 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 »

Chicken & Andouille Étouffée

 An etouffée is a classic Cajun or Creole smothered dish.  A velvety, rich sauce studded with trilogy that usually contains… Continue reading »