Dinner

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SHRIMP AND CELERY WITH BOWTIE PASTA

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Louisiana is the largest shrimp producing state in the nation. Each year 90 to 120 million pounds of shrimp are landed in the bayou state.

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French Vidalia Onion Soup

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The origin of French onion soup seems to have a lot to do with King Louis XV.  Some historians say he returned from a day

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LOBSTER OCHI

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Ocho Rios, affectionately called ‘Ochi,” by the locals is a town on the northern coast of Jamaica.  It was once a fishing village but now

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CURRIED CRAB CAKES WITH MANGO SALSA AND LIME

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  This recipe was inspired by Cindy Hutson’s curried crab cakes which I enjoyed at The Cliff Hotel in Negril, Jamaica a few years ago. 

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HONOLULU RIB EYE

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In 1994 I went to Hawaii for the first time with Frank B. Williams.  We stayed on the island of Lanai at the Lodge at

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BUCKTOWN “PINCH ME” STEW WITH RED SNAPPER

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  People in Louisiana are crazy for crawfish.  And as anyone in New Orleans knows, you have to pinch the tails and suck the heads

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SAUTEED DRUM WITH GRENOBLOISE SAUCE

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In the realm of classic French cuisine, any preparation bearing the designation grenobloise—literally, “of Grenoble”, a city in southeastern France—is served with a sauce of browned

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SLOPPY JOSEPHINES

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According to Wikipedia, Sloppy Joe sandwiches originated in Sioux City, Iowa when a short order cook named Joe invented a “loose-meat” sandwich with tomato sauce

ENDORA’S LAMB CHOPS

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From 1964 to 1972, Samantha Stevens (played by Elizabeth Montgomery) was a charming t.v. witch who loved a very mortal man.  Her husband, played by

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