Maybe the prettiest king cake I've ever seen.

Sorry for the lengthy delay – my computer gave me the finger (after I accidentally dropped it) and it took a week to get it rebuilt.

Thank you Linda for gathering and transcribing all these!

As promised, here are the mouthwatering recipes!  If you click the links, new windows (or tabs) will open, bringing up the recipe in Google Doc Viewer (so that your version of Word doesn’t matter).  You can then print or download the original files if you like.

Andouille Corn Dogs

Bread Pudding

Crab Cakes

Crawfish Beignets

Grillades

Gumbo Z’Herbes

Hurricanes

Jumbalaya

Onion and Bacon Grits

Remoulade Sauce

Sazerac

Sticky Monkey Bread

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4 Responses to Mardi Gras Recipes 2011

  1. Linda Marshall says:

    Good job on the blog, sis. Came together beautifully! Onto our next collabo.

  2. Susan says:

    The prettty kingcake is from a Springfield bakery called Amycakes. They also made those giant maple-flavored rolls I plated up for breakfast. They’re nice women with a cute shop downtown. For a first try on a kingcake, I thought they did just fine.

    • Angela says:

      I thought they did wonderfully – didn’t know it was their first time! And the maple rolls were delicious!

  3. P.S. I got a few more pics of yummy food from that night, so I’ll hopefully be uploading those this weekend.

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