Ms. Mickey’s Jambalaya Recipe

“]Jamba-WHO?! What is Jambalaya? Jambalaya is a rice based dish, containing a mixture of meat and vegetables, with origins from West African, French, and Spanish cuisine. The West Africans had jolly rice. The Spaniards had paella. With the French influence There are so many ways that you can make jambalaya your own and suitable for […]

Shrimp and Grits

Shrimp and Grits gets all the attention and excitement down south!  This famous southern dish originated in Charleston, South Carolina over 70 years ago.  The meal consists of fresh peeled deveined shrimp which are sautéed in bacon grease inside a well-seasoned cast iron skillet.  The pink succulent shrimp are tossed with green onion, celery, yellow […]

Creole Hamburgers

2 Pounds of 80% lean ground beef to a large bowl 1 /4 Cup of Chopped Red Onion 2 Cloves of Chopped Garlic 2 Cups of Breadcrumbs ½ Cup of Worcestershire Sauce ½ Cup of Chopped Parsley ½ Tbsp. of Crushed Red Peppers ½ Tbsp. of Paprika ½ Tbsp. of Black Pepper ½ Tbsp. of […]

Fall Comfort Foods

Fall is the official start to kick of football and enjoy all the coziness it has to offer!  In order to start the season off right you must have a hot plate of New Orleans red beans w/rice, sausage, and cornbread or a hearty bowl of seafood or chicken and andouille sausage gumbo with a […]

Springtime Seafood Boils

Spring is near and there are a plethora of dishes to create and enjoy!  In the south alongside the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, we are especially inspired by seafood boils.  Inside our hot steamy pots consists of crabs, shrimps, potatoes, andouille sausages, corn on the cob, and Ms. Mickey’s Creole Crab and Shrimp Boil Seasoning. […]

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