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Summer Slaw with Sweet Peaches and Candied Cashews

This recipe for summer slaw is a take on Ottolenghi’s Winter Slaw recipe in his cookbook, “Plenty.” I have kept...

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Ceviche with pink grapefruit from Hartwood

This is my rendition of ceviche I had when I visited Hartwood Restaurant in Tulum in the magical Yucatan Peninsula....

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Crawfish Bread

This crawfish bread is a crowd favorite. The perfect use for a bag of crawfish tails or those leftover tails...

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Boiled Crawfish

For as many chefs that exist in Louisiana, there are an equal number of recipes and techniques for boiling crawfish....

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Spring Frittata with Asparagus, Mozzarella, Parmesan and Calendula

The delicate pale green tender asparagus spears are making their appearance in our gardens and at the market and are...

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Karen’s Fancy Savory Stuffed Eggs

Stuffed eggs are a staple in the south for just about any occasion. My friend Karen, would not describe herself...

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Best of Sur le Plat Recipes 2020

After this challenging year filled with so much uncertainty and anxiety, we are all hoping that 2021 brings with it an abundance and infusion of fresh energy to our kitchens and renewal of our spirit. It is always fun to look back at the recipes that appealed to my loyal followers. In addition to posting […]

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Cherry and Roasted Pecan Scones

Cool brisk fall mornings invite inspiration like these scones in the kitchen. I relish the luxury of joining friends after...

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Mom’s Meatballs

It had been many many years since I last made mom's unforgettable tender and juicy meatballs. The kids loved them...

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Pumpkin Scones

Pumpkin scones have the perfect color, texture, and flavor to serve for breakfast on a fall morning with spiced tea,...

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Pumpkin Soup

Debbie is known by friends and family throughout the New Orleans area for her creamy, dreamy pumpkin soup. I'm sharing...

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Poulet a la Bonne Femme

Poulet a la Bonne Femme translates literally to “chicken of the good wife.” I love this recipe because it is...

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