This simple dish is classically served over rice, but for brunch it sits atop toasted French bread and is crowned with a poached egg and lemony Hollandaise.
Traditional Jambalaya is made with rice, but grits work equally well. For a different twist on this Louisiana staple. This is one hearty dish and not for the weak of heart.
This is an easy recipe that keeps well and is great for picnics, as a main summer meal or side dish. See you on the docks, or rather under a tree, upwind from the docks!
If you choose to make this in advance, you will likely need to add more oil and vinegar, since the pasta tends to soak up the dressing as it sits.
These shrimp don't actually go on the grill rather they are slow cooked in a kicked up butter sauce. This dish is best enjoyed with a good loaf of bread and lots of napkins.
Now this is one serious gumbo! Invite a crowd and don't forget to serve over cooked white rice. If you can't find chorizo, substitute a smoked sausage and add some smoked paprika.
This is a classic Louisiana dish. It is simple to make once you have all of your ingredients prepped. If you want to lighten it up a bit use half and half instead of the heavy cream and go light on the parmesan.
Stuffed Shrimp is a simple dish that can be made ahead of time. It is quick, easy and delicious and will delight the whole family.
Extra virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars, and pastas, lots to choose from.
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