The original recipe for Oysters Rockefeller, one of the most widely recognized Louisiana dishes, is also one of the most guarded secrets in New Orleans. Originating at Antoine's Restaurant in the French Quarter, the dish... More »

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Food Network offers a recipe for Oysters Rockefeller from Tyler Florence, star of the Food Network program “Food 911.” The recipe, served as an appetizer, feeds eight people. More »

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Taste of Home offers a New Orleans gumbo recipe on its website. The recipe calls for ingredients such as rice, diced tomatoes, chicken breast, shrimp and Polish sausage. It serves eight people. More »

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Kellogg's Crispix Mix original recipe uses ingredients such as butter, Worcestershire sauce and lemon juice. The recipe takes a total of 55 minutes to make and yields 18 servings. More »

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Remoulade sauce is a popular condiment in the South, especially in New Orleans where it is most often served with seafood dishes, such as po'boys. People also often put remoulade sauce on crab cakes, fried fish, oysters ... More »

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Food Network offers a recipe for Oysters Rockefeller from Tyler Florence, star of the Food Network program “Food 911.” The recipe, served as an appetizer, feeds eight people. More »

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To make old-fashioned oyster stew, saute green onions in butter until tender, then add raw, undrained oysters, whole milk, salt, white pepper and cayenne pepper. Cook until the oysters begin to curl, right before the boi... More »