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Good Gumbo

Oysters On the Half-Shell

Oysters are one of the most famous ingredients in Louisiana cuisine. Fresh from the water, you’ll find them raw “on the half shell,” fried, charbroiled, baked, stewed, or in a po-boy. But however you choose to eat them, you probably didn’t know they’ve been a part of diets down here for thousands of years.

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Cajun Braised Teal: The Filet Mignon of Duck

Braised duck is a staple of Louisiana’s Cajun cuisine.
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Bananas Foster: The Flaming Dessert

Bananas Foster is arguably New Orleans’ most iconic dessert.
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Muffuletta: How This Gigantic New Orleans Sandwich Was Born

Chef Phillip Lopez and Frank Tusa learn why the muffuletta is such a local favorite.
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Calas: The Beignet’s Surprising (and Sweet) Predecessor

The beignet has a lesser-known cousin, the cala, with a fascinating and unique history.
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Louisiana Chefs on How New Orleans Got Its Iconic Dish

When you think of Louisiana, odds are, you think of gumbo.
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Vietnamese Chef Makes a Bánh Mì, New Orleans’ Other Po’ Boy

In New Orleans, the po' boy is a world-famous staple—but what about the bánh mì?
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