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Boudin King Cake

Your friends and family will flip for this savory pastry that marries two Bayou State classics. Try the Boudin King Cake at your next...
Boudin Stuffed Quail

Boudin-Stuffed Quail with Cranberry-Bourbon Sauce

"On Food Network Star last summer, I had the opportunity to create a dish that reminded me of my family’s Thanksgiving. To me, Thanksgiving...
Crawfish Boudin

Crawfish Boudin

"There’s more than one way to eat crawfish. Sure, having family and friends gathered around the table at a backyard crawfish boil might be...
Fried Boudin Balls

Fried Boudin Balls

"Until the early 1970s, when Chef Paul Prudhomme began teaching the gospel of South Louisiana cuisine, boudin, tasso, andouille, and cracklins weren’t well-known outside...
Sweet Potato Boudin Hash

Sweet Potato Boudin Hash

Make room in your arsenal of go-to breakfast dishes for this spicy Cajun hash that’s as versatile as it is easy to prepare: Sweet...
Sweet Baby Breesus (Boudin Sliders)

Sweet Baby Breesus (Boudin Sliders)

These days at The French Press in Lafayette, Chef Justin Girouard offers Cajun versions of traditional dishes, such as his boudin sliders and Cajun...

9 Recipes for Your Leftover Crawfish Tails

Backyard crawfish boils are one of the best parts of Louisiana springtime. If you have a big crowd, it's likely they'll devour every last...

What’s in Season In Louisiana

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...

Where to Eat and Drink Now in Lake Charles, Louisiana

Food and drink are Louisiana’s heart and soul. And there are tons of passionate chefs and entrepreneurs thriving in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Of course, there...
cocktail bars

6 of Louisiana’s Best Cocktail Bars

Louisiana’s history with cocktails is one of varied and legendary proportions. In the 19th century, Louisiana delivered unto the world the Sazerac, and with...