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June 4, 2019

Leah Chase’s Gumbo z’Herbes

Post by Frank Davis

In honor of the Easter season, Kit Wohl’s Cookbook Studio presents this recipe for a feast of Gumbo z’Herbes. The recipe from Chef Leah Chase is courtesy of Kit’s book New Orleans Classic Gumbos and Soups (Pelican Publishing). Kit appears regularly in the kitchen on the Sunday edition of Eyewitness Morning News, Sundays at 6 […]

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May 29, 2019

Old N’Awlins Barbecued Shrimp

Post by Frank Davis

One of the Crescent City’s all-time favorite dishes is “Barbecued Shrimp”. And while it’s really more oven-baked than barbecued, and while there must be over a dozen variations as to how the recipe goes…I believe you’ll feel that this one is right up there with the best of the best! I recommend you serve barbecued […]

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April 8, 2019

Healthy Jambalaya

Post by Frank Davis

Betcha always thought that really good South Louisiana jambalaya had to be loaded to the lid with calories, fat, sodium, and cholesterol, huh?  Well, if you make your next batch just like this batch I made for the American Diabetes Association you’ll find out that that’s not true.  This bad boy really ain’t that “bad” […]

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April 8, 2019

Roasted Chicken Etouffee

Post by Frank Davis

You like crawfish etouffee? How about shrimp etouffee?  And have you ever heard of chicken etouffee? Well, get ready—here it comes!   What you do first is establish a super tasty sauce base; then you drop in diced chunks of the fully roasted chicken, whisk it around until fully coated with the sauce, and let it […]

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April 8, 2019

N’awlins Red Beans and Rice

Post by Frank Davis

This is one of New Orleans’ most controversial recipes!  “Cuz everybody cooks beans! In fact, there are probably as many recipes for red beans and rice as there are Mardi Gras krewes.  And don’t you know that, strangely enough, most of those recipes produce a fine-tasting pot of beans. So don’t throw away your recipe. […]

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