Food & Dining

Cajun Red Head Michelada

The pirates traveled to Cabo San Lucas a few weeks ago and found the cuisine and drink most delightful. The local bartender asked me if I wanted a Michelada and I said maybe. He explained how it was made and ...

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Crème Brulee

Hello, everybody! How are you? When the weather gets cooler, I tend to cook more “sit-down” dinners at home, and when I have guests over, I always like to end the meal with a nice dessert. To me, nothing is ...

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Lemon Zest Chicken

Chicken with lemon is the perfect summer meal. We are going to cook this tasty dish on indirect medium heat. Indirect grilling is a barbecue cooking technique in which the food is placed to the side of the heat source ...

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Toga Party!

Typically, when we hear the word “traditional” used to describe food, we imagine the foods we grew up around, historically passed down through our families. Crawfish, boudin and cracklins are just a few of the items that come to mind ...

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Chicken Bonne Femme

Hello, everybody! Today we’re going to visit one of my favorite dishes, “Chicken Bonne Femme.” This dish has its roots in France but is a true Creole Classic. Bonne femme means “good wife” or “good woman.” This dish is prepared ...

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Bread Pudding for the Holidays!

Hello, everyone! The holiday season is upon us once again. I’d like to take the time to wish everyone a belated Happy Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas. I get invited to Christmas parties all the time and I never go ...

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Holiday Roast Beef

Hello, everyone! It’s time to “Stir Dat Pot” again! Last time we went for an amazing Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie. I hope you’ve had a chance to try it out, and maybe freeze one or two before Thanksgiving. Speaking of ...

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