Courtesy of Chef Todd Pulsinelli, American Sector, New Orleans. If you like the recipe, then check out Louisiana Cookin' magazine. Subscribe with the promotion code wwoz2010, and they'll donate $5 to WWOZ.
We've got a great recipe for you from Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and Chef Brian Landry of Galatoire's, one of New Orleans' oldest and best restaurants. It's a crab and beet salad that incorporates a beet tartare, a white remoulade sauce, and Louisiana jumbo lump crabmeat. Try it and let us know what your tastebuds think!
This month's recipe comes to us from Dr. Julie A. Holmes of Ruston, Louisiana. She's whipped up an amazing dessert of fried cheesecake bites with a warm Louisiana peach coulis that's sure to put a delicious topper on just about any meal.
The French Market's Creole Tomato Festival begins with the Treme Brass Band this Friday morning and continues through the weekend with cooking demos, kids activities, and tons more music from the Preservation Hall Stars, Fredy Omar, and more. Come visit the 'OZ Outreach Booth while you're there!
The first annual New Orleans Oyster Festival rolls on in the French Quarter despite the BP oil disaster. The festival features performances by Irma Thomas, Bonerama and more, plus shucking & eating contests and cooking demos. Proceeds from the event will go to the Save Our Coast Foundation.
Mr. Okra's truck—as identifiable as the man himself—has finally made its last rounds in New Orleans. Help him carry on an important New Orleans tradition by going to a fundraiser for a new truck at d.b.a. on Thursday, May 20. Bands include: Morning 40 Federation, Happy Talk Band, Guitar Lightnin' Lee and more!
This month's recipe is from chef/restaurateur Donald Link, owner of Herbsaint and Cochon, two of New Orleans' favorite eateries. His skillet jambalaya calls for andouille, chicken and Louisiana shrimp, though you can always make substitutions if one of these becomes difficult to find.
The 2010 Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival, presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation in partnership with The French Market's Creole Tomato Festival and the Louisiana Seafood Festival, lands in New Orleans at the Old U.S. Mint on June 11-13
A year after the explosion on the BP Deepwater Horizon rig killed 11 workers and became the largest marine oil spill in history, things are not back to normal. Find out more about current benefits and ways that you can help clean up the Gulf.