This one will add a little spice to your life.
Smokey, sweet, spicey mix of ingredients that make a tastey combination.
Being a long time resident of Maryland and living on the Chesapeake Bay - seafood and Oysters where a big part of my life. Living now in Little River, S.C. Oysters are still very popular.
We currently live in Pensacola on Florida’s beautiful Emerald Coast. However, we used to live and work in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A take on a bayou classic Turducken.
We have seen the Cajun food craze come and go and come again. My Cajun French-speaking family knows that Cajun food is not a passing fancy. For us it was and still is a way of life.
it has the all american look and a taste that will blow you away.
This ultimate American burger was created from my love for both Cajun style cooking and good old fashioned Mexican food.
In cajun cooking, we always use the trinity of seasonsings: onions, bell pepper, celery. So, most every main dish will contain these - especially meat dishes.
Having lived in the city of New Orleans for eleven years, my recipes are heavily influenced by the flavors and ingredients of this great city.
This is a great American burger because it uses a local New Orleans ingredient, andouille sausage, to create a surprising cajun twist on the traditional hamburger.
Perfect for a sweltering soiree anywhere.
After harvesting a few hundred pounds of the most delicious, organically grown Red Candy onions and heirloom tomatoes from my garden, I found myself wondering what to do with my harvest and craving
This is a new orleans grocery store/deli style po boy sandwich with a twist.
my burgers are a favorite among family and friends i like to try different things thats how i came up with the idea for these burgers we like to use mushroom gravy on these the kids like to get lar
It is important to know that there are several steps to making this burger. The burger itself does not exceed the rule of 16 ingredients, but the other steps certainly do.