This beautiful dish has that "can't quite put your finger on it" flavor, which is achieved with the addition of tarragon and the New Orleans-born liqueur Herbsaint. Complete in under an hour, this knockout dish is a feast for the eyes and tastebuds.
Delicious and decadent, this soup wins on both accounts. Speaking of winning, this soup took away Best Appetizer at theCancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge Capital Chefs Showcase. Anne and her team prepared 800 portions of this soup to rave reviews. The dish was finished with Spiced Creme Fraiche,Garlic Croutons and Cinnamon Spiced Candied Bacon. The soup is delicious with the accoutrement but perfectly lovely without. Make it yourself (perhaps not 800 portions) and prepare to be rewarded with compliments and requests for seconds.
In Louisiana, we're blessed with an abundance of good company, good times and good seafood -- often at the same time. So when White Shrimp season rolls around, we know it's our chance to make one of our favorite Louisiana seafood dishes, Barbecue Shrimp, invite a few friends over and enjoy the bounty!
Who says you need to leave home to get a taste of the tropics? Get whisked away with this recipe for Island Coconut Drum with Peach Salsa featuring fresh in-season peaches and our thai-inspired Island Coconut Blend.
As beautiful and it is delicious, this smoked tomato drum recipe is sure to impress your family and friends. The smoked tomato blend creates a rich smoky flavor that combines zesty tomato, aromatic onion and garlic to create a completely unique combination of flavors.
If you're looking for a flavor-packed fish recipe, look no further. This Moroccan Drum with Curried Cous Cous recipe boasts North African and Indians spices that are sure to delight flavor loving palates. In fact, it's so good, it's what I cooked up last week on local Baton Rouge news channel,WBRZ. You can watch the video here.