The Andouille (an•dou•ille | \än•´dü•ē) Trail is a unique culinary byway that will introduce you to our contribution to Louisiana cuisine. You’ll find producers with wooden smokehouses, recipes that have been handed down for generations, and restaurants serving up andouille in traditional and inventive new ways. Download the info or check out the trail!
We have a new restaurant coming to the River Parishes that will add a Latin flair to the dishes that we’ve come to love! If you love to try new things, click the link to learn more! https://bit.ly/3jOXb5
Bec’s At the Lake Classic New Orleans Style Fried Fish Poboy It starts off with a loaf of Iconic New Orleans Lietheimer French Bread. Ingredients: 1 lb Local Catfish 1 gallon of Clear Frying Oil Season All Tomato Romaine Lettuce Dill Pickle Bec’s Hot Sauce 2lbs all purpose Flour 2 lbs Corn Flower Directions:Read More
By: Amanda Ogle Commonly confused with one another, Cajun and Creole are both beloved cultures in the region with distinct differences. Louisiana’s River Parishes are full of rich history involving numerous ethnicities immigrating into the area throughout time. Native Americans left their mark first before the area was colonized by France and then Spain beforeRead More