New Orleans Pralines made with Buttermilk. Tips & Secrets in this post.
New Orleans Pralines Recipe - Everyone knows New Orleans is famous for Pralines, which they pronounce "praw-leens". How about trying their amazing Pralines?
Easy New Orleans Pralines Recipe | Sweet Pea's Kitchen
Every bite of these New Orleans pralines is incredible. You are going to be hooked on the buttery flavor of these pecan pralines. Perfect for sharing too.
Chocolate Torrone - An Italian in my Kitchen
Chocolate Torrone, an easy Italian Christmas candy, creamy, decadent, chocolatey,and full of hazelnuts. The perfect way to impress family and friends. |anitalianinmykitchen.com
More Cajun Tailgating Faves + Festival Fun
Here are a few quick and easy tailgating recipes that are perfect for your tailgating party or anytime you want a fabulous appetizer. These...
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Homemade Tasso Recipe - Nola Cuisine
by Tasso (TAH-so) is a smoked seasoning meat used to flavor dishes like Gumbo, Jambalaya, and Red Beans & Rice. Tasso used to be made from the trim after an Acadian Hog Boucherie, thin strips, heavily seasoned, dried, then smoked for hours. These days however, most of the Tasso that is available is a little … Continue reading Homemade Tasso Recipe →
Cajun Vs. Creole Plus an Authentic Jambalaya Recipe
While my sister Kim and I were in New Orleans last week, I somehow manage to stumble across the New Orleans School of cooking while out for a walk on Monday morning. I immediately signed up for the $29 cooking demonstration scheduled for Tuesday which was to run from 10:00 to 12:30. Included in the price was lunch plus beverages, and a taste of Louisiana's own Abita beer. Chef Michael was our demonstrator of the morning and he not only prepared the most incredible Gumbo and Jambalaya, but he…