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White bowl of Texas Caviar on a blue background with a white bowl of tortilla chips and green onions on the side

Texas Caviar [Cowboy Caviar]

Texas Caviar, also known as Cowboy Caviar, is a delicious an hearty salsa made of black beans, black eyed peas, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, olive oil and red wine vinegar. Grab a chips and dip in! If you consider yourself to be an aficionado of all things dips and salsa, I […]

large bowl of roasted potato salad with a small serving bowl to the side

Roasted Potato Salad

Roasted potato salad is sure to be a crowd favorite at your next barbecue. Tender potatoes are roasted until tender and combined tangy mayo, green onions, celery and mustard. Is it really a backyard barbecue without potato salad? I rank it right up there with barbecue baked beans and plenty […]

Grillades and Grits on a gray plate with a red and white napkin on a wood table

Grillades and Grits

Grillades and grits is a traditional New Orleans brunch dish. Seasoned round steak is slowly braised until tender with vegetables and served over creamy corn grits. Methods for the Instant Pot, slow cooker and stovetop are included. Grillades and grits is a dish I’m familiar with, but never tried to […]

three baked crawfish pies on a wooden background with a red plaid napkin

Crawfish Pie

Savory crawfish pie is filled with tender crawfish tails, vegetables and seasonings then baked in a flaky pie crust until golden brown. I was in college before I ever attended my first crawfish boil. I remember this steaming plate of tiny boiled crustaceans was set before me. People on either […]

baked crawfish dip in a white ceramic baking dish surrounded by crostini and a serving spoon

Hot Baked Crawfish Dip

If you love crawfish, you will love this ooey, gooey hot baked crawfish dip. Tender crawfish tails are combined with cream cheese, Parmesan, green onions and garlic and served with warm bread or crackers. Even though this crawfish dip is classified as an appetizer, The Husband and I ate it […]