Restaurant Reviews, Recipes and Ramblings from Debi Lander
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Louisiana Food Fantasy
A traveler in Louisiana will find a fantasy of food choices among Cajun
and Creole cuisine , including casual or elegant. The southern state receives a
bounty of seafood from the Gulf and numerous dishes feature fish or shellfish, but watch out - many are fried.
Don't leave Louisiana without tasting beignets, boudin, Bananas Foster,
cafe au lait, cracklins, crawfish, etouffee, gumbo, Hoppin John,
Hurricanes, King Cake, Oysters Rockefeller, Po Boys, pralines and of course, Tabasco sauce.
Bylandersea-Food Tales features culinary articles, restaurant, product and cookbook reviews as well as recipes from my world-wide journeys. I also include bite size nuggets about what’s happening in my own kitchen. I honestly present my likes and dislikes, successes and failures. I'm a member of the International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association and Society of American Travel Writers. My website, www.bylandersea.com, contains articles about my global adventures and a link to my travel journal:The Luggage Diaries.