This distinctly Cajun dish is a hit! Revel in the true taste of NOLA with this Crawfish & Andouille Sausage Etouffee served over long grain rice with Louisiana hot sauce!
To this day, the legendary Gaido’s in Galveston continues to serve the Crawfish Chili I fell in love with as a child. It’s incredible! Don’t let the name fool you…it’s surprisingly sweet! And it comes topped with gooey goat cheese.
Fresh spaghetti from Chef Antoine Ware at Harold’s in the Heights, cooked al dente and tossed with olive oil and scratch-made Crawfish sauce. Topped with fresh julienne tomatoes.
These exceptional enchiladas were featured on Executive Chef Danny Trace’s NOLA-Style Mardi Gras Menu on Fat Tuesday! Plated with Walker’s fire roasted tomatillo salsa, Pepper Jack cheese and Mirliton pico de gallo.
Nothing screams ‘Mardi Gras’ more than this Crawfish Stuffed Pork Tenderloin! It’s a great dish to serve the fam on Fat Tuesday – and totally filling! No pun intended!
Mudbug madness is starting to spread. Chances are your favorite spot for down-home Creole cookin’ has already played host to a boil or two. So grab a bib, and pinch and peel to your heart’s content!
Cold & creamy crawfish salad good on a fresh baked sub or all by itself! This recipe comes from the fine folks at Texas’ oldest brewery, Saint Arnold in Houston.
You’ll want to stock up on the grub at Stockyard Bar-B-Q, rated one of the best barbecue restaurants in Houston! The folks here cook their meats low and slow for a light smoky flavor with no butter or oil…
Unwind on Fat Tuesday at Brennan’s–hosting what will surely be among the most authentic Mardi Gras experiences in Houston! Executive Chef Danny Trace show off his Cajun roots with a 3-course prix fixe menu featuring…
It was a craving for crawfish that led us to Good Ole Boys. It’s not the kind of place that does a lot of advertising or has a huge visibility from the street. In fact, you almost have to be looking for it to find it. The next time you’re on Interstate 10 near Katy look to the west, and you just might see Good Ole Boys…