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{recipe} Buttermilk Beignets with Chicory Crème Pâtissière

{recipe} Buttermilk Beignets with Chicory Crème Pâtissière

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{recipe} Spicy breading, red jalapeños, and Sriracha mayonnaise put this Fried Oyster Po’ Boy over the top.

{recipe} Spicy breading, red jalapeños, and Sriracha mayonnaise put this Fried Oyster Po’ Boy over the top.

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{recipe} Make a classic New Orleans treat — beignets — at home

{recipe} Make a classic New Orleans treat — beignets — at home

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Best Shrimp Creole I

Best Shrimp Creole I've ever had.

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New Orleans-Style Skillet BBQ Shrimp with Bacon. Simply put, the best skillet BBQ you’ve had north of The Big Easy.

New Orleans-Style Skillet BBQ Shrimp with Bacon. Simply put, the best skillet BBQ you’ve had north of The Big Easy.

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New Orleans Barbecue Beer Shrimp. 15 minutes, completely amazing.

New Orleans Barbecue Beer Shrimp. 15 minutes, completely amazing.

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Grilled Apricot and Herb Salad with Pistachios and Lavender Buds ~ Plump and juicy apricots grilled and mixed with fresh herbs from the garden.  A perfect summer salad – light and cool.

Grilled Apricot and Herb Salad with Pistachios and Lavender Buds ~ Plump and juicy apricots grilled and mixed with fresh herbs from the garden. A perfect summer salad – light and cool.

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Muffuletta Salad -- a more nutritionally balanced way to enjoy the famous New Orleans sandwich!

Muffuletta Salad -- a more nutritionally balanced way to enjoy the famous New Orleans sandwich!

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Beignets: French Donuts from Paris to Provence by Ethel Brennan, Sara Remington

Beignets: French Donuts from Paris to Provence by Ethel Brennan, Sara Remington

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Eggs Hussarde for Mother

Eggs Hussarde for Mother's Day Brunch...a journey to Brennan's in New Orleans

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Paella Louisiane ~ Paella meets Jambalaya in this Cajun Creole version of a Valencian paella using Louisiana Gulf seafood and other local ingredients.

Paella Louisiane ~ Paella meets Jambalaya in this Cajun Creole version of a Valencian paella using Louisiana Gulf seafood and other local ingredients.

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Blood Oranges make a Blood Simple Salad in this Cajun Creole recipe featuring avocado, Roquefort and Fried Okra Croutons

Blood Oranges make a Blood Simple Salad in this Cajun Creole recipe featuring avocado, Roquefort and Fried Okra Croutons

www.daringgourmet.com

Grillades and Grits, a traditional dish from New Orleans.

Grillades and Grits, a traditional dish from New Orleans.

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Chicken & Andouille Jambalaya

Chicken & Andouille Jambalaya

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Louisiana Crabmeat Stuffed into an Artichoke - A Cajun Spin on a Sicilian Dish from George Graham

Louisiana Crabmeat Stuffed into an Artichoke - A Cajun Spin on a Sicilian Dish from George Graham's AcadianaTable.com

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With all due respect to the Muffaletta, the Po’ Boy is the most famous sandwich to come out of Louisiana.

With all due respect to the Muffaletta, the Po’ Boy is the most famous sandwich to come out of Louisiana.

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New Orleans Dirty Rice Pressure Cooker Recipe - cooked in minutes in just one pot!

New Orleans Dirty Rice Pressure Cooker Recipe - cooked in minutes in just one pot!

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A taste of New Orleans: Shrimp Po

A taste of New Orleans: Shrimp Po' Boys for two.

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Sazerac

Sazerac

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Classic shrimp and grits, a staple dish of New Orleans cooking. {recipe}

Classic shrimp and grits, a staple dish of New Orleans cooking. {recipe}

www.thetastefullife.com

A Quick and Delicious way to have your King Cake

A Quick and Delicious way to have your King Cake

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Mardi Gras Okra Creole

Mardi Gras Okra Creole

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Beignets!  A New Orleans classic, just in time for Mardi Gras.

Beignets! A New Orleans classic, just in time for Mardi Gras.

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Red Beans and Rice — this Creole dish is a Mardi Gras favorite

Red Beans and Rice — this Creole dish is a Mardi Gras favorite

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Easy Louisiana Red Beans & Brown Rice - Cajun eats with a healthy twist - just in time for Mardi Gras.

Easy Louisiana Red Beans & Brown Rice - Cajun eats with a healthy twist - just in time for Mardi Gras.

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The Hurricane Cocktail — celebrate Mardi Gras with a classic New Orleans cocktail

The Hurricane Cocktail — celebrate Mardi Gras with a classic New Orleans cocktail

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Win over even the most fickle Valentine with deep, dark chocolate bark.

Win over even the most fickle Valentine with deep, dark chocolate bark.

www.cherryjasmine.com

Spicy New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp.

Spicy New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp.

www.lisalovesgoodfood.com

Rice and beans meets Jambalaya in this spicy Cajun dish

Rice and beans meets Jambalaya in this spicy Cajun dish

www.ryanbakes.com

Muffuletta Dip:  Full of olives, salami, cheese, peppers and delicious served with French bread crostini.  Perfect for a New Orleans Super Bowl!

Muffuletta Dip: Full of olives, salami, cheese, peppers and delicious served with French bread crostini. Perfect for a New Orleans Super Bowl!

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looking right past Super Bowl to Mardi Gras... King Cakes in New Orleans, this one topped with BACON and hiding a tiny king PIG

looking right past Super Bowl to Mardi Gras... King Cakes in New Orleans, this one topped with BACON and hiding a tiny king PIG

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Bring the flavors of New Orleans to life with this easy Bourbon Pecan Fudge.

Bring the flavors of New Orleans to life with this easy Bourbon Pecan Fudge.

www.panningtheglobe.com

Smoky creamy red beans and rice.  New Orleans style comfort food! {recipe}

Smoky creamy red beans and rice. New Orleans style comfort food! {recipe}

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Mardi Gras may not be here yet but you can bring the party to you with these beignets.

Mardi Gras may not be here yet but you can bring the party to you with these beignets.

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