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After the Hunt - Chef John Folse

After the Hunt, Chef John D. Folse's eighth cookbook, explores man's hunting history from cave man through American colonization. More than 500 unique game and game fish recipes are included in this 870-page tome.

Arnaud's Restaurant Cookbook

Arnaud’s Restaurant is a leader of old guard New Orleans restaurants and a world-famous monument to the enduring allure of classic Creole cuisine in a city known for its culinary excellence.

Besh Big Easy: 101 Home Cooked New Orleans Recipes

In Besh Big Easy: 101 Home-Cooked New Orleans Recipes, award-winning chef John Besh makes his favorite hometown cooking accessible to a wide audience of cooks and readers. *Sale price available while supplies last*

Best of the Best from Louisiana

From Monroe to Morgan City, Natchitoches to New Orleans, Lake Charles to Lake Pontchartrain, fifty of the leading cookbooks from Louisiana have contributed their favorite recipes to create this remarkable collection.

Best of the Best from Louisiana Cookbook II

From Monroe to Morgan City, Natchitoches to New Orleans, Lake Charles to Lake Pontchartrain, fifty of the leading cookbooks from Louisiana have contributed their favorite recipes to create this remarkable collection.

Brennan's New Orleans Cookbook

Here in this book, is the answer to the flood of requests for recipes from Brennan's, many of where were created in the kitchen by Chef Paul Blange, and never before put down in writing.

Cajun Cooking for Beginners

Cajun Cooking for Beginners is a learning tool for those just starting out in Cajun cooking. It features simplified, easy-to-follow recipes that can be used by people of every age who want to learn to cook Cajun-style from pre-teens to mature adults.

Can You Dig It - Louisiana's Authoritative Collection of Vegetable Cookery- John Folse

Chef John Folse's cookbook "Can You Dig It: Louisiana's Authoritative Collection of Vegetable Cookery," is an ode to vegetables and Louisiana's love affair with gardening.

Cookin' on the Mississippi

Recipes and Scenic Tour of Southern Plantations along the Mississippi River

'Dat Little Cajun Cookbook

Food is more than just a means to survive here in Louisiana. It has become an integral part of the lifestyle and culture. It is said that most people eat to live, but in Louisiana, we live to eat.

'Dat Little New Orleans Creole Cookbook

Cajun is certainly a part of south Louisiana. It is true that many people associate Cajun with New Orleans. While it has become and integral part of New Orleans cooking, the main focus of this cookbook…

Deep South Cooking Countertop Recipe Book

A dozen of the South's famous recipes in a full color small recipe book. Designed to stand up right on your kitchen counter while you cook. Each recipe is full color with simple, easy to understand directions and full ingredients list.

Encyclopedia of Cajun & Creole Cuisine -John Folse

Chef Folse's seventh cookbook is the authoritative collection of Louisiana's culture and cuisine. The history of the predominant cultures that settled Louisiana and ultimately influenced our cuisine is traced from the Native Americans to the Italian immigrants of the late 1800s. With more than 850 full-color pages featuring dynamic historic Louisiana photographs and hundreds of recipes, this is the ultimate cookbook to complete your collection.

Favorite Recipes from New Orleans

One of the few places int the world to retain its own unique regional cuisine, New Orleans offers a wide selection of dishes created from the contributions of many cultures.

Hooks, Lies & Alibis - Chef John Folse

With book lovers still reeling from Chef John Folse’s last cookbook, Folse and his team are releasing the next tome in his Cajun and Creole trilogy, Hooks, Lies & Alibis.

Hot Beignets & Warm Boudoirs - Chef John Folse

There is a quiet culinary revolution going on at Commander's Palace a one-hundred-year-old restaurant in the center of New Orleans' Garden District. Here diners gather to enjoy a fabulous "new" New Orleans cuisine. dubbed "Haute Creole."

Hurricane Katrina - Revisited

At the time of this printing, just over one year has passed since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the gulf coast. The time seemed to have passed very quickly, yet many of us that lived through it feel as if we have aged in years.

Jambalaya, Crawfish Pie, File' Gumbo Cookbook

Tried and true Cajun and Creole recipes from the heart of South Louisiana. Featuring 7 different recipes for Gumbo and many other all time favorites like Shrimp Creole, Zydeco Chicken and a tasty recipe for Mardi Gras King Cake. Bring the Jazzy taste of New Orleans to your kitchen with an easy to follow and often witty collection of town and country Cuisine.

Lost Restaurants of New Orleans (Hardcover)

From the roast beef poor boys at Acy’s Pool Hall, to enchiladas with fresh ranchero sauce at Castillo’s, and pancakes of many varieties at Bucky Forty-Nine, this volume takes a bite out of New Orleans’ legendary dining scene.

Louisiana Real & Rustic by Emeril Lagasse

It's the essence of great eating with Emeril Lagasse in Louisiana Real & Rustic. Join the award-winning chef, television personality, and restaurateur on a tour down the back roads and bayous of Louisiana for some of the greatest home cooking in America. With his authentic Louisiana recipes, Emeril takes the reader on a tour of the state, from country cabins in Cajun country to the refined town houses of Creole aristocracy, bringing to life the colorful history that has made Louisiana a true culinary crossroads.

Louisiana's Best Restaurant Recipes Cookbook

Imagine preparing signature dishes from over 100 of the Louisiana's leading restaurants right in your own kitchen! These 350-plus recipes will enable you to do just that.

New Orleans Bartender

A guide to Fabulous Drinks in the Big Easy. Learn to make all the famous New Orleans drinks, including The Hurricane, Tom Collins, and a New Orleans Old-Fashioned.

New Orleans Cookin' in the Big Easy

Strollers through the picturesque French Quarter, the city's earliest settlement, as well as travelers through the beautiful Garden District, enjoy a sensory deluge as they experience exotic ordors from the kitchens of some of the world's finest restaurants.

New Orleans Countertop Recipe Book

A dozen of New Orleans famous recipes in a full color small recipe book. Designed to stand up right on your kitchen counter while you cook. Each recipe is full color with simple, easy to understand directions and full ingredients list.

New Orleans Cuisine

A culinary tour of the Crescent City. The history and culture that define New Orleans as one of the most unique cities in the world can be traced through its incredible culinary delights.

Recipes from Mulate's - Original Cajun Restaurant

Known as "the king of Cajun dine and dance halls," Mulate's has been a cornerstone of Cajun country's prodest traditions of food, music, and love of good times since the 1980's.

River Road Recipes

This is the original River Road Recipes cookbook. This cookbook is a must for every collector, gives you the best of Louisiana's famous Creole Cooking.

River Road Recipes III - A Healthy Collection

From the creators of the nation's number one best selling community cookbook series..... Enjoy 48 inspiring menus and more than 300 recipes from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where life is celebrated through cooking!

Talk About Good

Talk about Good! takes you on a journey through south Louisiana's traditions, cultural heritage and the culinary artistry of "Cajun" food. Not only are we talkin' about good food-- WE'RE TALKIN' ABOUT THE BEST!

The Little Gumbo Book

Twenty seven carefully created recipes that will enable everyone to enjoy the special experience of Gumbo. This dandy of a book is entirely dedicated to the process of preparing great gumbo.

The Little New Orleans Cookbook

Want to capture the cuisine of New Orleans? Here it is. Now you can re-create that special Crescent City magic right in your own kitchen. Hard Cover.

The Top 100 Cajun Recipes of all Time

The Cream of the Crop of Cajun Recipes. Cajun cooking today is one of America's most exciting and delicious kinds of cooking. Over the past 20 to 30 years, its reputationhas spread throughout the United States.

Tid-Bits of Creole Cookbook (Pamphlet)

Tid-Bits of Creole is a collection of 22 classic Cajun Creole recipes taken from Jambalaya, Crawfish Pie, File Gumbo. The booklet (pamphlet) is a great basket / stocking stuffer leaving the owner wanting for more.

Tony Chachere's Cajun Country Cookbook

Tony Chachere (sa-shur-ee) was a real man, a man who loved life and knew how to cook. The folks in Acadiana referred to him as the "Ole Master" of fine Cajun cuisine. That was almost 100 years ago. This is the book that launched his famous Original Creole Seasoning as well as his company. It's a true Southern Louisiana cookbook classic.