Get authentic Cajun food at home with this delicious shrimp boil that comes together in a snap. San Antonio’s Southerleigh Haute South knows southern food and they’re willing to share their famous recipe so you can impress your family and friends at home!
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This quick-and-easy grill recipe delivers the flavors of a classic shrimp boil in a convenient summer-ready skewer.
Bejas in Fredericksburg brings the flavors of Baja, Mexico to the plate in this easy, but flavorful enchilada made with marinated shrimp, a colorful mango salsa and a cheesy cream sauce spiked with sherry.
A 1920’s movie theater in downtown New Braunfels, is now one of Texas’s best steakhouses where sizzling, succulent steaks are the stars! And Pescatarians can rejoice as co-starring on this menu is steak of the sea, like this hit, The Sprimp Myron.
Calling all crab lovers! This Crab Salad recipe from is just 10 ingredients, but it’s especially delicious when you serve it stuffed in a fresh avocado with Garlic-Chile Ranch dressing like Satellite does in Austin. You’ll love it with fresh mango and crumbled feta cheese.
The most quintessential Maryland dish is crab cakes. Serve them on a platter at your fangate — you can even make mini one-bite crab cakes and serve them as finger food! Crab cakes also make a nice substitution for the traditional ground chuck burger patty on a bun. Be sure to remember the Old Bay! In Maryland, it’s basically sacrilegious to eat crab without it. 😉
Cold & creamy crawfish salad good on a fresh baked sub or all by itself! This recipe comes from the fine folks at Texas’ oldest brewery, Saint Arnold in Houston.