Tag: new orleans

Corn Maque Choux

Corn Maque Choux is a traditional Louisiana dish made with corn, bell peppers, onions and cajun spices. Milk or cream is added, making the dish similar to a creamed corn.  How in the world have I not shared Corn Maque Choux with you yet? I’ve been making this recipe for […]

Cajun Roasted Turkey Breast

Cajun Roasted Turkey Breast is full of flavor! Made with paprika, cayenne, garlic powder and other spices, it’s a great twist for a flavorful turkey on Thanksgiving.  Tom has been on a pretty good streak of suggesting recipes for me to make lately. Usually, the meal planning for the week […]

#ImprovCookingChallenge: Muffuletta Sandwich

Recently Tom has been talking about how much he misses New Orleans and the foods there. For two years before we went, he had a trade show there for work in October. Of course now that we’ve both been and I absolutely love the city, the trade show has changed […]

#ImprovCookingChallenge: Patriotic Beignets

The theme for this month’s Improv Cooking Challenge is red, white and blue. Seeing as those are the only guidelines for the blogging event, I thought it would be really easy to find a recipe that met the requirements. And instead I spent weeks looking through recipes trying to find […]

Traditional King Cake

Talk about sneaking this recipe in just under the deadline! My Instagram has been full of recipes for King Cake for weeks now but I just haven’t had time to make one and share it with you. The first time I made a king cake was a few years ago […]

Recipe Swap: Shrimp Po Boy Sandwiches

Sometimes I wonder if there is a recipe god of coincidence. I’ve had some shrimp in the freezer for a while now and every recipe I plan to make with them just hadn’t happened. I went searching through my binders to find something and found a recipe for Shrimp Po’ […]