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New Orleans For Dummies

Author : Julia Kamysz Lane
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Whether you want to go to New Orleans for its history or the revelry…the incredible, unique cuisine or the music and club scene…the risqué aura of Bourbon Street or the ritzy lushness of the Garden District, this is your fun and easy guide to exploring and enjoying "The Big Easy". New Orleans is indeed open for business; more than 1000 restaurants and more than half of the areas hotels are welcoming visitors. Written by Julia Kamysz Lane, a resident and fan of the Crescent City, New Orleans For Dummies, 4th Edition helps you make your most of your time, with: A full chapter on Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, plus sections called “Assessing Katrina’s Effect” at the beginning of relevant chapters and the post-hurricane status for every listing Dining info on where to try a variety of local flavors, such as Cajun and Creole cuisine at Emeril’s, Antoine’s, or Arnauds, a romantic dinner at Court of Two Sisters, a greasy, roast-beef po’ boy from Elizabeth’s, a plateful of shucked oysters from Acme Oyster House, or beignets —tasty fried doughnuts — to start your day at Café du Monde Advice on shopping for everything from exquisite antiques and fine art to pralines and T-shirts A rundown of the city’s varied and exciting cultural scene, including the best bars and clubs in the French Quarter and beyond Info on cultural and historic attractions, including the Canal Streetcar, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the mansions on St. Charles Avenue, the courtyards in the French Quarter, the antebellum plantation houses in the Garden District, and more An overview of the vibrant, eclectic music scene, including where to catch live jazz, R & B, Cajun or zydeco vibes, or modern-day brass bands getting funky Four suggested itineraries, plus three day trips Like every For Dummies travel guide, New Orleans For Dummies, 4th Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss — and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pages The jazz is jammin’, the jasmine is blooming, and the jambalaya is simmering, so get this book and get packing. The infinite variety and captivating mystique of New Orleans await you.

Cast Iron Cooking For Dummies

Author : Tracy Barr
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In some cooking circles, cast iron gets a bad rep – people think it's old-fashioned, heavy, and hard to take care of. And really, how often do folks nowadays need to hitch up a mule and wagon and leave civilization and Teflon-coated sauté pans behind? True, cast iron is old; it's been around since the Middle Ages. And it is heavy. No one can dispute that even a small, cast-iron pot has a heft to it that no other cookware has. Nevertheless, cast-iron cookware has a place in today's kitchens, and that doesn’t mean simply hanging on the wall for decoration. Cast iron has much to offer modern-day cooks; it's easy to use, easy to care for, economical, versatile, and durable, and let's face it, it has a nostalgic appeal that no other cookware has. But more compelling than all those reasons is that it's a great cookware that makes great food. In fact, most cast-iron cooks will tell you that food cooked in cast iron tastes better than food cooked in anything else! Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies is for those cooks who may want to inject a little adventure and variety into their cooking. If you've never even thought of using cast-iron cookware, or you have a few cast-iron pots lying around, you'll discover all you need to know about making great food using cast iron. Here just a sampling of what you'll find in Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies: Selecting the right cast-iron cookware for you Seasoning a new cast-iron pan Caring for your cast-iron cookware Discovering techniques to enhance your cast-iron cooking Enjoying cast-iron cooking in the Great Outdoors Tons of delicious recipes, from main and side dishes to desserts and international dishes Top Ten lists on ways to make your cast-iron cookware last longer, the best dishes suited for cast iron, and tips for achieving success in cast-iron cooking So, whether you're a cooking novice or an experienced chef, you can find plenty of enjoyment from cooking with cast iron – and Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies can show you the way.

Cajun Food Recipes

Author : N M Cook
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The Cookin Cajun Cooking School Cookbook

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Cooking in Cajun Country

Author : Cher'e Dastugue Coen
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Travel through southern Louisiana and you'll quickly learn that Cajun cooking is more than a heavy dose of black pepper or a splash of tangy hot sauce. With more than 100 authentic Cajun recipes from Louisiana's Acadian parishes, now home cooks can create lip-smacking recipes such as Andouille-Stuffed Pork Loin, Butter Beans with Sausage, Grand Chenier Crawfish Jambalaya, Sweet Potato en Brochette, and Tried-and-True Pecan Pie. You will also learn a little about the history, people, and culture from which the Cajun cuisine originated. Breaux shows how a true Cajun cookstraditional meals as well as the modern methods of preparing delicious home-cooked meals.

Modern Cajun Cooking

Author : Leigh Ann Chatagnier
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Bring the Big Easy home with these original recipes! You don’t have to live down south to enjoy some of your favorite foods from Louisiana! This is a cookbook that draws inspiration from classic recipes down in the bayou and transforms them into modern-day dishes for all to enjoy. These recipes have a touch of nostalgia while using fresh, locally grown ingredients native to Louisiana—but which can be found anywhere. The dishes are interesting and easy enough for anyone to make at home. Whether you are a beginner in the kitchen or an old pro, you will love whipping up new takes on the Cajun tradition. Divided into fun, modern chapters such as Small Bites, Date Night, and Happy Hour, recipes include: Cheddar scallion tasso biscuit sandwiches Spiced pork burgers with remoulade mayonnaise Muffuletta sliders Pecan praline cinnamon rolls Mango bourbon smash A fusion of deconstructed Cajun delicacies and traditional flavors, Modern Cajun Cuisine is a necessity for any season. Gather everyone around the table and celebrate food, life, and love with a fresh and unexpected home-cooked meal.

Cajun Cooking for Beginners

Author : Marcelle Bienvenu
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Cajun Cooking For Beginners is a 48-page saddle-stitched soft cover book that teaches the basics of authentic Cajun cooking. It contains about 50 simple, easy-to-follow recipes; cooking tips and hints; a glossary of Cajun food terms, such as roux, gumbo, jambalaya and etouffee; and definitions of basic cooking terms, such as beat, blend, broil, saute and simmer.

Southern and Smoked Cajun Cooking through the Seasons

Author : Jarred I. Zeringue
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In South Louisiana, food is more than just sustenance. It is a way to bring friends and family together and it connects us to our history and our culture. Few places are more tied to these culinary roots than Louisiana's River Parishes, which stretch along the levees of the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Here the many cultures and diverse people who call the area home--Cajun, Creole, German, French, Spanish, African, and Native American--have mingled to produce a rich tradition of harvesting the largesse that Louisiana provides all year long. That abundance is crafted it into delectable dishes by the families who have cultivated these lands for generations. Chef Jarred Zeringue celebrates this seasonal bounty in this approachable guide to Cajun cooking. Featuring the flavors and culture he learned alongside his mother, grandparents, and many aunts and uncles, Jarred offers an intimate window into how his family--like so many in Louisiana's River Parishes--cook from the land, using the freshest ingredients in a lifestyle that embodies the farm to table philosophy. With nearly 90 recipes divided by the seasons, Jarred shares the traditional tastes of his childhood, with an emphasis on the smoked meats for which his smokehouse is renowned.

The Biloxi Cajun Cookbook

Author : The Biloxi Cajun
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This cookbook covers not only Cajun-style cooking but has many old Southern recipes as well. There are even some special spicy recipes from around the world. The amounts of spicy seasoning have been measured for average hot taste. If you like it hotter, all you do is increase the amount of seasoning. If it is too hot, then cut back on the seasoning the next time you make it. Crawfish, often called Mud-Bugs because of where they are normally found, are used in many dishes. They can be added to any dish that has seafood in it. They can be substituted for shrimp or crab meat. Once they have been boiled and the heads removed, they can be used whole or the meat can be removed from the shell and placed in the recipe. Once the crawfish is boiled, the REAL MUD-BUG LOVER will take the head, turn it around and Suck- the-Head to get that special flavor only GOURMETS love.

Basic Illustrated Cooking in the Outdoors

Author : Cliff Jacobson
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An information-packed tool for the novice or handy reference for the veteran. Distills years of knowledge in an affordable and portable book.