Taste of Tremé captures all of the amazing Creole and Cajun flavors of Tremé, the culturally rich New Orleans neighborhood that was the birthplace of Jazz and is the subject of the critically acclaimed HBO show of the same name.
If you've been to New Orleans and are missing the flavors, you've got to get this cookbook.
Creole Tomato Jambalaya (photo from Louisianaboy.com)
Table of Contents:
IntroductionYou'll find mouthwatering recipes for Po' Boys, Muffulettas, Gumbos, Fried Catfish, Hushpuppies, Crab Nachos and more!
Things You'll Need
Breaking The Past
Getting Da Taste Buds Goin'
About the Author:
Todd-Michael St. Pierre, a Cajun and Creole foodie and New Orleans native, is the author of several popular cookbooks and children's books. he has served as a judge for the Reading Rainbow young Writers and Illustrators Contest and has developed recipes for Cooking Light Magazine. His boks have been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, the Denver Post, and on AOL Food. His is also a contributing writer to elementary and middle-school textbooks published by Oxford University Press. For more, visit his website Louisianaboy.com.
Taste Of Treme - Creole, Cajun and Soul Food From New Orlean's Famous Neighborhood of Jazz, By Todd-Michael St. Pierre is available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com, and your local bookseller. It is also available on Kindle and The Nook.
Lola's Diner Disclaimer: I was given the cookbook Taste Of Treme - Creole, Cajun and Soul Food From New Orlean's Famous Neighborhood of Jazz, By Todd-Michael St. Pierre to review. This review is 100% my opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone. I was not compensated in any other way for this book review.
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