Whether you’re celebrating Fat Tuesday or just looking to mix up your weeknight routine, tonight is a great excuse for a New Orleans-style feast. Make this dinner one to remember with these handpicked recipes, featuring Cajun and Creole favorites like grilled oysters, Jambalaya and, of course, Beignets (but with a seafood twist). We’ve rounded up […]
Mr. B's Bistro
We’re bring you bubbling hot pots of gumbo that taste like your Auntie’s, a King Cake recipe to power the whole ‘Krewe,’ and one last bite of a few classic New Orleans dessert before Lent begins!
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!
When it comes to the shining stars of New Orleans cooking, Mr. B’s Bistro is one of the brightest. It’s one wing of the famed Brennan family restaurants, led by Cindy Brennan.
This bread pudding is light and airy with a very tender crust that’s become one of the most iconic desserts in the world! It’s delicious and traditional, made with French bread — and soon to be your favorite!
“Don’t break out your grill for this dish. Here in New Orleans, barbecued shrimp means sautéed shrimp in Worcestershire-spiked butter sauce.” Mr. B’s serves the shrimp with heads and tails on — and always with a bib!