Each summer, chefs from throughout the state of Louisiana come together to compete for the title of King or Queen of Louisiana Seafood. And this year, the Louisiana Office of Tourism/Louisiana Seafood Board want to send you there!

One lucky winner will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Lafayette, Louisiana, for the 2019 Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off where they will serve as a non-counting judge and name superlative winners! The sweepstakes winner and one guest will also receive VIP tickets to allow them behind-the-scenes access, round trip flights, two nights stay at an area hotel, and dinner at some of Lafayette’s famed restaurants.

Grand Prize package includes: 

2 VIP Tickets
2 roundtrip flights
2-night stay at a Lafayette hotel 
Exclusive meals at local restaurants



  1. This is my all time favorite magazine & favorite gift. Enjoy trying so many of your recipes.
    Thank you for fun cooking and wonderful Louisiana history

  2. I was born in New Iberia almost 60 yrs ago and love going back to eat the best food in the world. Louisiana cooking and people are the best. ❤️

  3. I’m from Louisiana area, raised and born. I’d love this great trip! I love in Virginia and S.C. Havn’t been able to afford to go home in 3 years! Would be great to see La. Cajuns again and all the delicious fantastic food. Good luck to all!!

  4. Thanks so much for the chance to win this awesome trip to Louisiana! Would love to win and take my daughter with me because she was born in Louisiana but doesn’t remember it because she was only two years old when we moved to Pennsylvania and I’ve always wanted to be able to take her back.

  5. I was born in Morgan City and lived in New Orleans for a while before moving to Florida. I met my husband of 25yrs in Florida who also lived in New Orleans on the opposite side of the river. We never met until later in life in Florida, but would love to travel to Louisiana together where we both have relatives. We still cook Cajun food and love the Cajun way!

  6. My husband is from Denham Springs Louisiana. He has not lived in Louisiana since 1997. His father has cancer and my mother with Alzheimer’s. We would love a weekend getaway to his home state and would love to taste all it has to offer.

  7. My wife and I Have visited New Orleans more than 100 times since Louis B. Merhige, the best man at our wedding in more ways than one, “retired” and returned home to N.O., and graciously invited us to visit him. From Law Clerk to Master of his own firm, he introduced us to “Jumbo”, Pete Fountain, the Neville Brothers, Fats Domino and more interesting clients than you can imagine. We have eaten at the fanciest and the craziest restaurants in, and around, town. Princess Judy is gone now, but at 83 I am the perfect judge!

  8. I was born and raised in New Orleans. Mom and Dad from New Iberia but never had the chance to visit true Cajun country. Love to eat and cook Cajun food! To judge would be a dream come true. thanks for the chance!!

  9. As a teacher if cooking skills and the appreciation of Southern traditions, this would be a dream experience. Thank you for the opportunity to enter for this wonderful learning and sharing time with other professionals who “LOVE what they DO”!

  10. Not Saw my great grandma she is 104 yrs old and drives till this day..baton roudge she has lived all her life..i saw her last i was 12yrs old..im now 42..yes this be amazing..my family lives there..


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