Just beyond the French Quarter sits a lively spot in the Carrollton Historic District that’s putting a healthy spin on coastal Cajun classics.
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.
The home cooks are so good in New Orleans that finding a restaurant to compete with Mama’s cooking is a tough task. But the lines for Mother’s Restaurant are always long because they’ve been mastering Cajun favorites for nearly 80 years.
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!
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!
Our friends at Toup’s Meatery in New Orleans shared the recipe for their Chicken Liver Mousse, featuring bourbon, cream cheese, and pink salt!
Head-on jumbo Gulf shrimp, cooked in spicy garlic butter and beer, served with New Orleans French bread from The Cookhouse in San Antonio.
Preparing for my segments on Deborah Duncan’s Great Day Houston show is always a fun and challenging adventure. Many of the TV segments I do on other shows revolve around restaurant dishes around the city that I enjoy as well as wine choices worthy of your time…
You and a guest could win a fabulous getaway to the colorful city of New Orleans. Take in the historic sights and the incredible gourmet delights during your mini-vacay! Our winner will receive 3 nights at the luxurious Westin New Orleans on Canal Place, plus dinner for 2 at Borgne – a John Besh restaurant…
Lip-smacking, tailgate snacks that are really simple, healthy and fun! Chef Anna of H-E-B Cooking Connections has some incredible eats for the Big Game that you’ll want to hang onto long after we crown a champion on Sunday.
John Besh has a huge following because of his restaurants in New Orleans and his appearances on “The Today Show”, CNN, the Food Network and more. San Antonio recently welcomed his latest restaurant…Lüke San Antonio to the Riverwalk! Chef Besh shared this incredible Bourbon Pecan Pie recipe with me! Besh says his Grandmother Grace used […]
Beignets are New Orleans’ version of donuts. The crispy, melt-in-your-mouth fritters are topped with mounds of powdered sugar and usually served with Cafe au Lait. The most famous place in New Orleans for Beignets and Cafe au Lait is Cafe Du Monde, which is legendary. You have to go once. Enjoy! Combine the Yeast, Water, […]
We did it. We popped the cork on a 50 year old bottle of wine to begin a weeklong celebration of my birthday. (At this age why not!) It ‘was’ a 1959 Chateau Lynch-Bages from the Pauillac appellation in the Bordeaux region of France. This AVA region, by the way, produces three of Bordeaux’s five […]