One thing that I like to collect is cookbooks. I want to share my latest cookbook that I added to my collection, Taste of Treme: Creole, Cajun, and Soul Food from New Orleans’ Famous Neighborhood of Jazz. This hardback cookbook has some very interesting recipes and is unlike any cookbook I have on my bookshelf.
I have never been to New Orleans, but definitely a place I want to visit one day. Since I love to try new foods, the creole and cajun food that New Orleans is known for is something I have always wanted to try. Since I won’t be taking a trip there anytime soon, I now have a cookbook that features some of the recipes that I can make New Orleans style in my own kitchen.
Here are some recipes out of the book that I want to try:
- Marais Street Pear and Pecan Muffins
- Olive It! Muffuletta Frittata
- Carmelita’s Creole Rice Fritters (Calas)
- Bonaparte’s Blue Cheese-and-Craft-Stuffed Mushrooms
- Who Dat Potato Salad
- Isbella’s Cracklin Cornbread
- Rebirth Kickin’ Chicken and Wicked-Ass Waffles
- Zulu Coconut Pie
There seriously are too many recipes I want to try in this book. I will say that I have never tried gumbo but would love to. This cookbook has a variety of gumbo recipes that sound yummy!
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Disclosure – I received a copy of this book above to facilitate you with this review .This post is not a paid post but does contain affiliate links. The opinions that are stated herein are 100% my own.