This dish is a play on the very popular shrimp cocktail served in a martini glass. We jazzed it up with some bacon and Mardi Gras colors. What better way to improve a dish than by adding bacon?
This quick and easy recipe is the perfect dish to make with the leftovers from a backyard shrimp boil.
I picked this dish because it was one that I worked to perfect; and also, one that I seduced my then-boyfriend, now-husband with when he first visited New Orleans. It’s our favorite brunch dish at a restaurant (most favorite at Atchafalaya in the Irish Channel), and a favorite dinner recipe at home. Getting ultra-fresh shrimp…
“The Louisiana coast is the life blood of our state. It has been a source […]
“When you get fresh seafood here, you can’t beat it! Make it the star of the show!”
This Creole Fritto Misto recipe by Liz WIlliams turns bycatch into bonus catch! Your seafood has never tasted so good.
Arthur Johnson shares a family favorite passed down several generations. Preparing this dish with his mother is one of his favorite memories.
This is a great, quick way to serve beautiful fresh head-on shrimp. Got someone coming over in 20 minutes? This is your go-to. Just try and dupe someone else into peeling the shrimp.