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2014 Spring Dining Guide: Preparing Shrimp Creole at Charleston Restaurant 2014 Spring Dining Guide: Preparing Shrimp Creole at Charleston Restaurant
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Chef Cindy Wolf prepares Shrimp Creole in the kitchen at Charleston. Photography by Joseph Victor Stefanchik.
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By: The Washington Post - Affiliate
Time Crunchers: Mardi Gras Slider Time Crunchers: Mardi Gras Slider
Whether You're celebrating Mardi Gras, or just need a great sandwich for any other time The Food and has a quick and excellent recipe for you to try! Let's go!
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By: The Food Channel - Affiliate
90 Second Muffuletta Sliders 90 Second Muffuletta Sliders
This muffuletta sandwich is a match made in food heaven for Mardi Gras but is tasty enough to turn any meal into an authentic Louisiana experience. Warm ciabatta rolls with provolone cheese, topped with salami, ham, capicola, and relish create this Louisiana classic that reminds us why we love creole cooking so much.
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By: The Food Channel - Affiliate
How to Make Seafood Ettoufee How to Make Seafood Ettoufee
Today's recipe is for a seafood ettoufee.
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By: WDAF
How To Make A New Orleans Muffaletta How To Make A New Orleans Muffaletta
Learn how to make an authentic New Orleans Muffaletta.
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By: WGNO
How To Make A Bacon-Wrapped Portabella Bomb How To Make A Bacon-Wrapped Portabella Bomb
Learn how to make a delicious bacon-wrapped portabella mushroom bomb.
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By: WGNO
How To Make Stuffed Mirlitons How To Make Stuffed Mirlitons
Learn how to make this delicious and authentic creole dish.
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By: WGNO
How To Make Cajun Shrimp How To Make Cajun Shrimp
Learn how to prepare fresh and delicious cajun shrimp.
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By: WTIC
How To Make Creole Crab Cakes How To Make Creole Crab Cakes
Today's recipe is for delicious creole crab cakes.
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By: WGNO
How to Make a Dark Roux How to Make a Dark Roux
The best way to make dark roux, the foundation of most Louisiana gumbos
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By: Saveur Magazine
How to Make Boudin Scotch Eggs How to Make Boudin Scotch Eggs
Chef Harold Marmulstein of Salty Sow shows us how to make Boudin Scotch eggs with a creole remoulade sauce.
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By: Saveur Magazine
How to Make a Dark Roux How to Make a Dark Roux
A dark roux is the foundation of a good gumbo. Here's how to make one using an induction.
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By: Saveur Magazine
How to Make New Orleans Gumbo How to Make New Orleans Gumbo
Nothing says 'New Orleans' like this thick soup. This recipe makes a Creole-style gumbo, using chicken or shrimp.
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By: Howcast Studio
Express Shrimp and Sausage Jambalaya Recipe Express Shrimp and Sausage Jambalaya Recipe
Learn how to prepare fast and easy shrimp and sausage Jambalaya with this easy step by step recipe.
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By: AOLcom
How to Make a Traditional Roast Beef Po Boy How to Make a Traditional Roast Beef Po Boy
Cristina Ferrare has The Big Easy on her mind when she shows how to cook a traditional roast beef po boy sandwich. A New Orleans staple, Cristina also shares some of the history of the po boy.
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By: Hallmark Channel
Allrecipes Celebrates Mardi Gras with a Jambalaya Recipe Allrecipes Celebrates Mardi Gras with a Jambalaya Recipe
Allrecipes is bringing the party to 'The Better Show.' George Duran and Ereka Vetrini make a delicious Jambalaya.
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By: The Better Show
How to Make a Classic Jambalaya How to Make a Classic Jambalaya
This classic one-pot dish is loaded with Creole spices and comes together in three easy steps.
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By: My Recipes
How to Make Veggie Jambalaya How to Make Veggie Jambalaya
Actor P.J. Byrne joins Cristina Ferrare in the kitchen to demonstrate how to prepare veggie jambalaya. Perfect for your Mardi Gras celebrations, this recipe comes to us courtesy of our friends at "Taste of Home" magazine.
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By: Hallmark Channel
What Is Andouille Sausage? What Is Andouille Sausage?
Marge explains exactly what you'll need to look for when a recipe calls for andouille sausage.
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By: My Recipes
4 Ways to Cook Potatoes: Top Chefs Share Their Secrets 4 Ways to Cook Potatoes: Top Chefs Share Their Secrets
No matter how you mash 'em, bake 'em, or fry 'em people in New Orleans love potatoes. WGNO asked four New Orleans chefs to give us their spin on spuds.
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By: WGNO
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