Simple Garlic Oil & Crushed Red Pepper Capellini with Grilled Shrimp


This is one of those weeks where I can barely remember my name (hence I am crazy busy). Coincidentally, this is one of those recipes that needs no introduction and no explanation. The title itself (Simple) speaks of how amazingly perfect it is. One of the simplest ways to incorporate protein in your weekly meals {Read More…}

Salt & Sugar Crusted Lemon Baked Salmon


One thing I can always be certain of is that a nice piece of salmon will always get the job done. Salmon is such a versatile fish that I use it in my cooking almost on a weekly basis. I have been known to pan-fry it, deep fry it, bake, broil, grill, stuff and even {Read More…}

SuperBowl Inspired Cajun Shrimp Dip


You can’t have a Super Bowl party without dip and chips. Believe me, try it and you will see! 30 minutes into the game and you will have hungry insane men yelling “Where is the dip, Where are the chips!!!! Okay, so they might not yell at you and they may or may not be {Read More…}

The Best Crawfish Etouffee Ever!


Crawfish Etouffee- A Southern Creole Classic!   I could not possibly let this chilly season go by (yes it’s almost gone for us here in Houston) without posting one of our family’s favorite southern classics. With crawfish season just around the corner this dish can be made even easier by using the leftover crawfish meat {Read More…}

Deconstructed Shrimp Boil Skewers


I am not technically sure that the word “Deconstructed” actually applies to my Shrimp Boil Skewers but I have always liked to say “deconstructed” and I have always wanted to do a “deconstructed” dish so lo and behold- I decided these skewers were “deconstructed” seeing as how you typically prepare a shrimp boil in one {Read More…}

Apache Bread + Crawfish Etouffee


When you think of the South- What do you think about? I bet some of you would reply with the standard- Sweet Tea or Front Porch Swings. Some may say football or row and rows of cotton but to those of us who are regulars in and around parts of South Louisiana- our answer would {Read More…}

Garlic+Butter Baked Blue Crabs- Instagram Week


I am going to do a little something different this week since I am in a different kind of mood lately. I have found myself becoming more and more attracted to instagram food photography. I think it is beautiful and “different”, old school and a more realistic (in some circumstances) view of food. Therefore, having {Read More…}

Crispy Salt and Pepper Calamari Salad with Wasabi Orange Vinaigrette


We love salads. Every week like clock work we have salads on Tuesday night alongside a nice chunk of buttery moist bread and our favorite dressing. Sometimes the word salad can bring tension to a family especially one with small kids or if you have a certain husband (not mentioning any names:) that needs MEAT {Read More…}

Tangipahoa Shrimp and Salmon


One of my husband’s favorite dishes is Barbecued Shrimp or as he calls it Tangipahoa Shrimp. He is from New Orleans and you would be hard-pressed to find anyone from the Deep South who doesn’t love this ridiculousnly savory and rich dish. He asks for it every chance he gets and although I am a huge fan of {Read More…}

Fried Shrimp Po-boy with Jalapeno Lime Ailoi


So if you haven’t guessed by now I seem to be on a lime kick so to speak. After having my cilantro lime sauce be a hit with my stuffed corn ravioli I decided to give my lime olive oil  another shot and use it in an Aioli with my shrimp po-boys. It gets better! {Read More…}

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