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Mock Turtle Soup

Turtle soup is a popular dish still served in Louisiana. Since turtle meat can be hard to find for the average home cook, this mock turtle soup replaces turtle meat with ground beef. Turtle soup, in its original form, is made with the meat and eggs of snapping turtles. You […]

Seasoned catfish fillets topped with artichoke hearts, black olives, tomatoes and feta cheese on a white plate with a fork and toasted bread

Mediterranean Catfish Fillets

Add this easy and delicious catfish recipe to your weeknight dinner arsenal. Seasoned catfish fillets are sautéed in olive oil, then topped with black olives, tomatoes and artichokes. This post was not sponsored by U.S. Farm Raised Catfish. August is National Catfish Month. Since my home state of Mississippi is […]

tray of baked crab cakes with condiments and two glasses of white wine to the side

Baked Crab Cakes

Love crab cakes, but don’t love the mess of frying? Give these oven baked crab cakes a try! Authentic flavor without the mess. Crab cakes are one of my guilty pleasure. I love ordering them in a restaurant. But I don’t often cook them at home. I hate frying — […]

bowl of oyster stew garnished with green onions and cayenne pepper served in black bowls with a spoon resting on the side

Oyster Stew

Oyster stew, laced with heavy cream, herbs and briny bivalves, is a delicious Christmas Eve tradition served in the Southern United States. But don’t reserve this just for the holidays. It’s delicious any day of the year! Gulf oysters have long been a mainstay food staple among folks who live […]

chicken and sausage gumbo

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

This yummy chicken and sausage gumbo recipe has a taste of New Orleans in ever bite. It’s loaded with chicken, smoked sausage, vegetables and spices. Oak Alley Plantation is a gorgeous antebellum home located on the banks of the Mississippi River in Vacherie, Louisiana, about 50 miles west of New […]