It is said "shoofly pie" got it's name because the flies were attracted to it's sweet ingredients. As the pie was cooling the chef would shoo the flies away. Shoofly Pie was originally made with Sorghum molasses; Emeril's version is with Steen's Pure Cane Syrup, a Louisiana favorite.
This simple but rich and decadent peanut butter pie will be a hit at any party. Make your favorite caramel sauce to serve it like they do at Emeril's New Orleans. The best thing about this pie is that it can be made completely in advance, leaving you free to entertain guests.
This key lime pie was created by Lou Lynch, the first pastry chef at Emeril's New Orleans. It's great for entertaining because it can be made a day or two in advance and refrigerated until you're ready to serve it up.