It’s no secret that New Orleans is the ultimate foodie paradise. From Creole to Cajun, jambalaya to beignets, oysters of every kind, your epicurean adventure starts the minute your dancing feet step into town!
This New Orleans classic restaurant is home of the “World’s Best Ham!” But their menu is full of delicious Creole recipes that are some of the best in the town! Jerry’s Jambalaya is named for co-owner Jerry Amato!
Classic Creole Seafood Gumbo from a chef who knows it best, Danny Trace (Brennan’s of Houston). Served with toasted garlic “Jazzmen” rice and Chef Danny’s blend of filé. The season starts now…enjoy!
These exceptional enchiladas were featured on Executive Chef Danny Trace’s NOLA-Style Mardi Gras Menu on Fat Tuesday! Plated with Walker’s fire roasted tomatillo salsa, Pepper Jack cheese and Mirliton pico de gallo.
Redfish is a true Texas treasure. It’s been popular with sportsmen for quite some time, but in recent years several very reputable aquafarms have begun to produce these fish near the Texas gulf coast.
Ma Harper’s Creole Kitchen is about as authentic as you can get outside The Pelican State that is Louisiana. Ma is from Lousiana, and her foods have ‘Nawlin’s’ written all over them– it’s been this way for nearly 70 years – WOW! When I tracked Ma “The Master” down, it was her famous Praline Sweet Potato Pie I had it in for. I have to say I’ve never tasted anything quite like it.