Fall in Louisiana means one thing: football season. Louisiana has a host of sporting events and good eating waiting for you. So get out your pom-poms, put on your school colors, and, most importantly, break out the tailgating food.
As temperatures fall, it’s the perfect time to reach for those beautiful jewels of Louisiana’s Gulf Coast: oysters. Broiled, baked, fried, or raw—there’s no shortage of ways to prepare these fresh, briny delicacies.
The Louisiana Oyster Trail
French settlers in Louisiana began cultivating oysters as early as 1840, and the underwater delicacy has played a large role in the development of...