Saturday, March 25, 2023

Garlic and Herb Grilled Ribeyes - Ninja Foodi Grill

Beef ribeye steaks, marinated in an olive oil, garlic and herb blend and grilled, shown here with my air-fryer roasted potatoes and quick fix green beans.
Beef ribeye steaks, marinated in an olive oil, garlic and herb blend and grilled, shown here with my air-fryer roasted potatoes and quick fix green beans.

Garlic and Herb Grilled Ribeyes

If you've been around this website for any length of time, you know I don't post a lot of steak "recipes," because, well, I prefer ribeyes and while I may change up methods, I really just don't fool around with those much!

Usually just a quick 30-minute marinade in some Dale's, Country Bob's, maybe a little Hoover sauce from The Mississippi Delta, when I have it or most often, just plain ole Worcestershire sauce, and that's about it.

Friday, March 17, 2023

Lenten Shrimp and Egg Gumbo

Lenten Shrimp and Egg Gumbo
A shrimp gumbo, made with a roux and the trinity, and the addition of boiled eggs to stretch the meal and add additional protein for the Lenten season. Eggs may be omitted if you prefer.

Lenten Shrimp and Egg Gumbo

Egg most often appears throughout the year in a gumbo made from a hen or chicken, quail eggs in everything else often, though during Lent it's seafood. The egg stretches the meal and adds extra protein.

I based my version on a recipe from Best of the Best from Louisiana cookbook, which did not include okra, so I left it out, though certainly use some if you prefer. Some folks will argue with you that it's not a gumbo without it because they probably read that somewhere.

Saturday, March 11, 2023

Bread and Potato Dressing

A bread-based dressing with the classic vegetable seasonings and the addition of mashed potatoes.

Bread and Potato Dressing

Let's see. A bread-based dressing with the classic vegetable seasonings, and the addition of mashed potatoes?

I'm not at all mad at it!

In fact, I cannot believe this isn't already something in the South for heaven's sake.

Sunday, March 5, 2023

Smothered Catfish Etouffée

Nicely seasoned whole catfish fillets, pan seared, then smothered in an etouffée gravy and served over rice, noodles, mashed potatoes or grits.

Smothered Catfish Etouffée

Can you take another etouffée? Oh my goodness, yes. We do "smother" a lot of different foods down south!
  • The most commonly known smothered dish is probably, Crawfish Etouffée. Even folks visiting our area are probably most familiar with this dish. Delish and great served with a nice blackened catfish too.
  • Lesser known but popular locally is this shortcut Shrimp Etouffee, and let's just say I was very surprised when a friend from Louisiana shared this little shortcut secret!
Of course, seafood isn't the only thing we smother!

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