Summer is not off-season for Cajun gumbo made outside on the grill. Who says you can’t have summer and eat gumbo too?
Shrimp dirty rice is a version of the traditional Creole dirty rice dish, made with shrimp, Andouille sausage, and aromatics.
Louisiana syrup cake with gingerbread spice and a crunchy southern pecan topping can be served with whipped cream or ice cream for an easy holiday treat.
Ya ka Mein, or Yat Ka Mein beef noodle soup, simply “Yock” or “Old Sober” as it is nicknamed, is a New Orleans style beef noodle soup with Chinese inspired flavors made in the slow cooker.
Shrimp and Andouille sausage with Cajun spices in a creamy sauce tossed with linguine inspire this comforting supper.
Simple chicken liver pâté made with Louisiana French flavors, wine, and brandy make an excellent and easy starter to serve on crackers at your holiday parties, or to present as hostess gifts.
Classic cajun gumbo and rice made with leftover Thanksgiving turkey meat.