Winner, James Beard Award for Best Book in U.S.
From Venison Grillades to Coconut Chili-Chocolate Tarts and much in between, Jay Ducote's Louisiana Outdoor Cooking features more than 150 recipes fun and easy enough to make in the backyard. It also tells the remarkable story of how this Baton Rouge-based chef achieved national culinary celebrity.
100+ beloved recipes proving that Southern baking is American baking—from the James Beard Award-winning chef and owner of the New Orleans bakery Willa Jean.
A modern instructional with 120 recipes for classic New Orleans cooking, from James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur Justin Devillier.
IACP AWARD FINALIST • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
With more than 1.4 million copies sold, this community cookbook is considered by most to be the textbook of Louisiana cuisine. Cajun, Creole, and Deep South flavors are richly preserved in authentic gumbos, jambalayas, courts-bouillons, pralines, and more.
Welcome to a second helping of the dishes that reflect Louisiana's love affair with food. Full of flavor from the Cajun-Creole region, River Road Recipes II serves up more traditional recipes from the Junior League of Baton Rouge, making Creole cooking simple for everyone.
River Road Recipes III is perfect for anyone who wants to cook dishes with lower fat and calories but still enjoy great Louisiana food. All of the 341 recipes have been modified and analyzed by a registered dietitian and are annotated with fat, caloric, and nutritional information. The famous Spinach Madeline is only one of several fat-modified River Road Recipes classics.
The creators of the nation's number one best-selling community cookbook series welcome you to celebrate all of life's ordinary and extraordinary occasions. Warm Welcomes includes 48 inspiring menus and over 300 new and innovative recipes from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where we celebrate life through our cooking and our culinary history is legendary.
The best-selling Gulf Coast Favorites features healthy Cajun, Creole, and Southern recipes you can make wherever you live. The book utilizes everyday ingredients you already have in your home. Popular dishes include Crawfish touff e, BBQ Shrimp, and Southern favorites like Red Velvet Cake and Pecan Pie. All recipes include nutritional information.
In The South’s Best Butts, food writer and Southern gentleman, Matt Moore, waves away clouds of smoke to give barbecue-lovers a sneak peek into the kitchens and smokehouses of a handful of the Barbecue Belt’s most revered pitmasters.
Louisiana's identity is inextricably tied to its famous foods; gumbo, red beans and rice, jambalaya, and touff e are among the delicious dishes that locals cherish and visitors remember. But Louisiana's traditional cuisine has undergone a recent revision, incorporating more local ingredients and focusing on healthier cooking styles.
Recreate that special Crescent City magic right in your own kitchen with The Little New Orleans Cookbook. Here, author Gwen McKee presents fifty-seven classic New Orleans dishes, with entertaining notes and stories woven throughout.
Chef Folse's seventh cookbook is the authoritative collection on Louisiana's culture and cuisine.The book features more than 850 full-color pages, dynamic historical Louisiana photographs and more than 700 recipes. You will not only find step-by-step directions to preparing everything from a roux to a cochon de lait, but you will also learn about the history behind these recipes.
After the Hunt is a compilation of countless historical images, dazzling color and tantalizing food photography that pays homage to Louisiana as Sportsman's Paradise. More than 500 unique game and game fish recipes are included in this 870-page volume.
With book lovers still reeling from Chef John Folse’s wild game cookbook After the Hunt, a new book, Hooks, Lies & Alibis, has emerged. Hooks, Lies & Alibis is a tribute to Louisiana’s time-honored fish and seafood tradition and cuisine.
The world's last authentic overnight wooden steamboat, the Delta Queen cruised America's inland waters from 1927 through 2008, offering passengers breathtaking views, luxury accommodations, rousing entertainment, and southern-style feasts.
A cookbook featuring over fifty traditional and contemporary Creole recipes from the venerable French Quarter restaurant, authored by Gumbo Shop president and executive chef Richard Stewart. The foreword, by acclaimed New Orleans historian Peggy Scott Laborde paints a broad picture of the city's history, including how and why food plays such a big part.
Ahhhhh . . . gumbo.
More Kitchen Keepsakes is a continuation of the highly successful cookbook, Kitchen Keepsakes. This collection of 500 flavorful, family-tested recipes features ten country kitchen illustrations and a section of menus. These easy-to-prepare recipes prove cooking does not have to be complicated to be delicious. Hats off to home cooking it's still the best.
A profusely illustrated volume, with over 50 traditional and innovative recipes, all adapted to the slow cooker by New Orleans' own Joe Simmer. With a foreword by Saunter Landry, the book paints an insightful portriat of the city's quirky culture and constantly evolving culinary expression.
A 160-page hardcover book containing more than 200 Cajun and Creole recipes, plus old photos and interesting stories about the author's growing up in the Cajun country of south Louisiana. Recipes include Pain Perdu, Couche Couche, Chicken Fricassee Stuffed Mirliton, Shrimp Stew, Grillades, Red Beans & Rice, Shrimp Creole, Bouillabaisse, Pralines.
A 104-page hardcover book containing about 100 Cajun and Creole recipes, plus old photos and interesting stories about the author's growing up in the Cajun country of south Louisiana. Recipes include Shrimp Bisque, Andouille & Black Bean Soup, Crawfish-Okra Gumbo, Smothered Okra, Stuffed Tomatoes, Eggplant & Rice Dressing, Stuffed Pork Chops, Chicken & Oyster Pie, Apple Cake, Roasted Pecans.
WINNER OF THE LOUISIANA LITERARY AWARD
Celebrating the traditions of Louisiana's food, chefs, and cooks
Cajun Country establishments offer a delectable variety of table fare for tourists and residents alike. The region's first restaurants, caf's and bakeries emerged in the 1880s. Stores like T-Jim's and Teet's Food supplied locals with boudin. Caf Vermilionville served patrons crawfish beignets.
Take your meals to the next level with this flavor-packed cookbook from the Slap Ya Mama family.
Growing Up Cajun invites you to explore Cajun traditions, the history behind the Slap Ya Mama name, Cajun lore, and some of the most prized recipes in Louisiana--all flavored with Walker family stories.
M m re's Country Creole Cookbook showcases regional dishes and cooking styles associated with the "German Coast," a part of southeastern Louisiana located along the Mississippi River north of New Orleans.
After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, thousands of people lost their keepsakes and family treasures forever. As residents started to rebuild their lives, The Times-Picayune of New Orleans became a post-hurricane swapping place for old recipes that were washed away in the storm.
Authentic Cajun recipes from Louisiana's Bayou Country. A best-seller with over 200,000 copies sold; acclaimed by Louisiana and national food writers for its quality and authenticity. Features 227 recipes.
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The authoritative cookbook on Tabasco sauce from previous McIlhenny Company CEO Paul McIlhenny, featuring 80 recipes with your favorite pepper sauce in a newly revised edition.
Whether you ask for it by name at restaurants or are one of the legions of people who travel with your own bottle, you know there's no substitute for giving eggs, oysters, and Bloody Marys a kick.
Ahhhhh . . . gumbo.
A collection of 100 classic recipes that have helped to make New Orleans food world-famous. For example, Shrimp Creole, Red Beans & Rice, Blackened Redfish, Oyster Loaf, Muffaletta, Beignets, Caf au Lait and King Cake. This book was created as the companion book to the best-selling The Top 100 CAJUN Recipes Of All Time.
"Don't mind if I do . . . " Welcome to one of the South's most cherished traditionsthe cocktail hour. This charming volume overflows with Southern spirit with classics like the Mint Julep and the Hurricane to new concoctions like the Blueberry Martini and the Peach Mojito, each drink is as relaxing as a riverboat ride down the Mississippi.
After Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans in 2005, Cooking Up a Storm was published to tell the story—recipe by recipe—of one of the great food cities of the world and the determination of its citizens to preserve and safeguard their culinary legacy.
Talk About Good II features a unique menu selection with authentic Cajun recipes and an unpretentious yet exotic flair. It also highlights a wine reference guide, 12 special occasion menus, wild game recipes, party planning hints, and a spice and herb guide.