Lolis Eric Elie

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This week on Louisiana Eats! we'll hear how three professionals hone their skills to step onto the national stage.

Justin Trosclair refined his knowledge of cheese at the St. James Cheese Company in New Orleans before taking home first prize at the Cheesemonger Invitational in New York City. We'll talk with Justin about the competition. Then, Steven Hollenkamp left his job in finance to create Cocktail Caviar, a new accessory to your favorite drinks.

We'll also hear from Lolis Elie about the new cookbook he's written that's inspired by the real and fictional worlds of Tremé.

The Miraculous Marcus

Aug 22, 2012

This week on Louisiana Eats, Poppy sits down for an extended conversation with celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson. Marcus talks about the circumstances that brought him to Sweden as a child, his rise to fame, and his first trip back to his Ethiopian homeland. Plus, Frank McMains finds a great spot to eat alongside the Atchafalaya Basin.

It's Carnival Time!

Mar 2, 2011

Jello Shots

Makes approximately 16-32 shots, depending on the size of your paper souffle cups.

Jello, 3 oz box (grape, lemon and lime for Mardi Gras colors, of course!)
Water
1 cup vodka
1/4 cup Everclear grain alcohol (for the brave of heart)
5 or 6 ice cubes
Paper souffle cups in 1 ounce size

BBQ SHRIMP (Serves 6)


6 pounds large shrimp, head on
1 lbs. butter, melted
10 cloves garlic, peeled and cracked open
3 lemons
2 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoons paprika
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 teaspoons freshly cracked black pepper
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon dry ginger
1 tsp celery seed
1 tablespoon cardomom

All About Red Beans

Jun 23, 2010

Buster Holmes World Famous Red Beans and Rice (Serves 6 - 8)

1 lb. red beans
1 lb. smoked ham hock
1 onion, chopped
1 green bell pepper, chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
2 cloves garlic
1 stick margarine

Pick through beans to remove any rocks. Wash beans and cover with water. Add onion, bell pepper, ham hock and garlic. Cook on slow fire till done (about 2 hours). Add salt, pepper and margarine and cook five minutes. Serve on rice with Louisiana hot sauce and French bread and butter.