Like a lot of us in the Deep South, my husband is wishing for cooler weather. As sad as I am to bid adieu to summertime, I have to admit that cooler weather will be more than welcome after the hot, ho..
Although I love all the holiday food that includes baked turkeys, roasted wild ducks and geese, turduckens and all the popular sides like rice dressing, sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese, green bean..
Boudin or any of the sausages available here make for great appetizers. For a change, you might want to squeeze the boudin mixture out of the casings, form the mixture into balls or patties, dredge th..
Few brands capture the authentic taste of Louisiana better than Savoie's. This company is a true Cajun treasure that has been a fixture in southern kitchens for more than 60 years. Now found in many p..
CAJUN DESSERTS, WARM FROM THE OVEN The people of south Louisiana are very frugal. They waste nothing. Day-old bread is used to make bread pudding. Leftover rice is the basis for rice pudding or calas ..
One of the things that makes Louisiana great is our unique culture. We have our own food, architecture, music and even our own sports — it's true! Well, the truth is we just enjoy having fun and can t..
Here in Louisiana we barely have time to catch a breath after the Christmas holidays because we go right into the Carnival season, which begins on Twelfth Night. As soon as the new year begins, King C..
The Christmas holidays are behind us and we in Louisiana are heading right into the Carnival season which begins January 6 or Twelfth Night when the Kingâ€™s Cake or Gateau du Roi is customarily serve..
tâ€™s not too early to begin your Christmas wish list. If you donâ€™t already have your seafood boiling rig that can also double as a turkey-frying pot, you MUST get one. Donâ€™t forget the propane ga..
If weâ€™re lucky, there might be some cooler days on the way here in south Louisiana. Football season is off to a grand start despite the 90-degree weather. Here and elsewhere all over these great Uni..