12 New Orleans Dishes
In honor of the city that loves and lives to eat, we bring you recipes for po'boys, beignets, gumbo, fried oysters, and étoufée.
Brûlot in French means "spicy" or "burned" with sugar. The recipe for this famous blend of dark roast coffee with cognac or brandy, spiced with cinnamon and orange peel, is attributed to Dominique Youx, top lieutenant to the 18th-century Louisiana pirate Jean Lafitte.
Recipe: Café Brûlot
Shrimp Po'boy with Spicy Ketchup
Crawfish-Eggplant Beignets with Remoulade Sauce
John's Creole Red Beans
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