Sometimes leeks can be a little intimidating for home cooks. If you’re struggling to find new uses for them, cooking this soup is a must! I developed this recipe for Louisiana Cookin magazine.
March can be an awkward time in regards to weather. One day may be warm, giving a tease to spring, while the next can have snow flurries. If the weather has your appetite in a funk, get it back on track with this light (but warm!) golden beet soup this spring. I developed this for Louisiana Cookin magazine.
If you’re itching for warmer weather, make sure you are sipping one of these St-Germain cocktails I developed for Celebrate magazine.
Featuring the best from the garden and the ocean, this hearty soup has a light broth that won’t have you weighed down and ready for a nap. Well, unless it’s just too cold outside…then just grab a blanket and cuddle the afternoon away with your pet. I developed this recipe for Louisiana Cookin magazine.
This rich, flavorful soup is one you’ll want to add to your winter repertoire. Roasting the cauliflower and garlic before getting into cooking the soup gives it such a great depth of flavor. I developed this for Louisiana Cookin magazine.
It may be chilly outside, but these recipes are steaming hot! Cajun hot. Crawfish season is gearing up, so these recipes I developed for Louisiana Cookin magazine will have you prepared. Not a big fan of crawfish? Substitute shrimp or crab to keep that seafood flair.
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