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A wooden spoon stirring Louisiana Comeback Sauce
Jellies and Sauces

Louisiana Comeback Sauce

This tantalizing Louisiana Comeback Sauce is akin to a remoulade and neighboring Mississippi’s Comeback Sauce, but not the same. It whips up in minutes with just 4 ingredients for spreading, dipping, and drizzling for fried foods, sandwiches, fresh veggies, crackers, chips, and more. Make a batch to keep in the refrigerator and discover all of […]

Slice of strawberry pie with a dollop of whipped cream on top.
Sweets

Fresh Strawberry Pie Glaze

Flavorful, sliced strawberries covered with a shiny sugar-based syrup is what you’ll find in this Fresh Strawberry Pie Glaze. Its simple ingredients complement the berries deliciously for any type of pie shell, and it cooks quickly with just a few ingredients. Definitely, a no-fuss pie to make.

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How To Boil Crawfish

Cooking and eating crawfish is a Cajun’s delight, so with that said, it’s my pleasure to share with you our family’s methodology on how to boil crawfish. I include some helpful tips along with a short video on how to peel those tasty tails. There’s also a story of my favorite childhood memory of crawfishing […]

Roasted pecans in a star-shaped bowl.
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Cajun Roasted Pecans

These Cajun Roasted Pecans are buttery, crispy, and SPI-CEY! It takes some extra special Louisiana flavors and only minutes to roast these nuts into delicious snackers. Make sure you have plenty of pecans on hand before you start, you’ll want to make multiple batches to keep and share!

A spoonful of Crawfish Pot Pie.
Main Dishes, Seafood

Crawfish Pot Pie, A cajun Delight

Much like the traditional Louisiana crawfish pie, this Crawfish Pot Pie is a special treat. It’s filled with tasty crawfish in a spicy and luscious sauce, topped with a buttery puffed crust. The filling has a few unique ingredients that put it above the rest. You may find yourself making double batches ’cause they’re just […]

A loaf of fruit bread and figs.
Breads, Sweets

Fresh Fig Bread

THIS FRESH FIG BREAD is a simple, quick bread for summer-time eating. The figs bake into a soft and delicious buttery loaf with the sweet taste of vanilla. No figs? No Problem! You can substitute fresh strawberries at any time of year with this easy recipe.