Gelato from the legendary Sucré in New Orleans.
Banana Pudding with Vanilla Wafer Crumble from DamGoodSweet by David Gaus
Louisiana Blackfish with Sweet Corn and Caviar
Strawberry shortcake. Brigtsen's, New Orleans.
Oysters Rockefeller at Galatoire's in New Orleans. A classic.
Egg and lobster custard with an avalanche of black truffles. Stella! Restaurant, New Orleans.
MARDI GRAS KING CAKE
Channel the taste of New Orleans & Mardi Gras with this easy, flavorful Jumbalaya.
Jambalaya Pasta. An adaptation of the classic Louisiana jambalaya dish using pasta.
If you're celebrating Mardi Gras, you can't do it correctly without a Hurricane made with dark rum, lemon juice, and passion fruit syrup.
Crawfish Étouffeé with Louisiana White Rice from John Besh's "My New Orleans" a fantastic dish for
Red Beans and Rice - try this one-pot version for your Mardi Gras celebration
Lemon-Glazed King Cake for Mardi Gras
[Recipe] Fried oyster po' boys: New Orleans' favorite sandwich gets a mini-makeover for parties.
Love the classic pairing of beignets and café au lait? Well now you can make them at home.
Muffuletta Panini - enjoy a panini version of the New Orleans favorite for the Super Bowl
Sucre, a New Orlean's emporium of artisan sweets -- ranging from French Macaroons to Hand Crafted Chocolates! It doesn't get any better than this...
Dungeness crab, shrimp and andouille gumbo. Just in time to watch New Orleans play in the Super Bowl.
Want a taste of old New Orleans -- why not try a Sazerac?
Beignets using brioche dough. deep fried and covered with powdered sugar. Could it get any better?
[recipe] New Orleans food at its finest - Buttermilk Beignets
"Gambino" sandwich at COCHON Butcher, New Orleans
Crawfish Mac and Cheese - add a little more decadence to the most decadent meal
Candy cane truffles from New Orleans to celebrate the season in refreshing good taste.
The best sweet potato pie based on the recipe by Leah Chase of the famous Dooky Chase, New Orleans.
[recipe] Beef Po Boy recipe from the famed Mahoney's in New Orleans
Oyster New Orleans at Wright Brothers
A soothing, comforting bowl of Chef John Besh's chicken and dumplings with chanterelles.
Creole "red" jambalaya with sausage, chicken, and tomatoes.
Louisiana Style Crawfish Boil
Have you ever had a snowball? And other New Orleans delights.
Chicken gumbo in half an hour: not exactly traditional, but still quite delicious.
Muffuletta. Drool over this New Orleans creation!
New Orleans BBQ Shrimp