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Oyster Soup

Oyster soup recipes are mostly cream based. Mostly. Oyster and Andouille Soup 1 lb shucked oysters about 14-20 depending on size 2 fresh andouille sausage sliced 6 whole anchovies packed in salt rinsed and chopped 2 chili de arbols chopped … Continue reading

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Duck Gumbo

Use wild duck for this if possible. If using farm raised then do not use any butter in the roux and measure the amount of fat to 1/2 cup after browning the breast meat in a small amount of bacon … Continue reading

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A Saucy Bit of Remoulade

This is an easy sauce to make and goes great over all sorts of fish — especially leftover fried catfish — with fresh tomatoes and shredded lettuce on a whole-wheat hoagie roll. (We’re not posting the recipe for a Po’ … Continue reading

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Less Dirty Rice

Dirty rice is one of those great pantry meals that really can have almost anything in it. I went a little healthy with this one and did not make a roux. I also used brown rice instead of white. It … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: A Southern Mashup

We still can’t say y’all with a straight face, but we do love Southern cuisine. Let’s do a little South of the Mason-Dixon mashup with this a la carte menu. Fried Green Tomatoes Fried Okra Jambalaya Shrimp with Redeye Gravy … Continue reading

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Jambalaya

There are a billion different ways to make jambalaya. It is almost like chili in a sense because almost any ingredient could probably work. That said, the highest quality andouille sausage is not optional. Jambalaya 1 lb fresh andouille sausage sliced … Continue reading

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Red beans and rice

By Katherine One of the quintessential Louisiana dishes we managed not to have on our trip to New Orleans a few months back was red beans and rice. So when we saw chef John Besh cooking up a big pot … Continue reading

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