Leftovers: Leftover Dirty Rice = Boudin Balls with Satsuma Pepper Jelly

Every once in a while, two good creations collide and make a really awesome and tasty nibble. Some leftover authentic Louisiana dirty rice turned into fried boudin balls, served with some super awesome satsuma pepper jelly (so good my stash … Continue reading

Distinctively Louisiana: Dirty Rice

A Louisiana classic and an all-time favorite.   To be honest, I don’t usually make this from scratch, but usually cheat and purchase the dressing mix from the freezer section of our local store.  It’s the livers and gizzards and … Continue reading

Green, green, green soup: French flageolot bean with Cajun Chaurice sausage and Kale

   A little French bean, and a little Cajun sausage…when the two collide, it’s a happy combination!         You will need:  1 1/2 cups dried flagelots 2 cups diced onion 1 medium red pepper, diced 1/2 cup … Continue reading

Distinctively Louisiana: Grits and Grillades

Grits and Grillades are a Louisiana tradition.  It is typically served as a brunch dish usually for a family get-together like Christmas morning or during Mardi Gras. This is my husband’s family recipe. Don’t deviate! And, he always has to … Continue reading