Thanksgiving is a time to relax with friends and family, reflect on the year’s blessings, and honor culinary traditions by pulling out your New Orleans Thanksgiving recipes. Whether that’s your grandmother’s green bean casserole, your sister-in-law’s gravy, or your neighbor’s six different types of pie, it’s our traditions that bring us comfort—especially in Louisiana!
Deanie's Holiday Take-Home Menu Offers Louisiana favorites
Planning on preparing an authentic Louisiana meal this holiday season? With Deanie’s on your team, you won’t have to do it alone! Thanksgiving is just a month away, and our popular Holiday Take-Home Menu is here to help again this year, offering delicious and otherwise time-consuming dishes to reinforce your Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday menu.
Deanie’s Seafood welcomes our neighbors and friends to a live outdoor concert series at our original location in Bucktown. Deanie's will be serving up the best Louisiana Wild Seafood and great local bands will be featured to kick off the 4th annual event.
Presented by the Bucktown Philanthropic Trust, Bucktober Fridays runs on Fridays in the month of October and features great bands like Vince Vance & The Valiants, Brent Rozell & The Soulmates, and MJ & The Redeemers. Performance dates are October 2, 9, 16 and 30. With the rest of Bucktown, Deanie's will celebrate the season at the Bucktown Seafood Festival on October 23, and hope to see you there too!
By Ed Lallo, Gulf Seafood Institute
As John Supan, the director of Louisiana’s Sea Grant Oyster Research Laboratory and oyster specialist for the LSU Agricultural Center, prepares for the first season of production at the state’s new $3 million oyster hatchery, he is focusing on water quality issues that have plagued the old Grand Isle site the past four years.
Just in time for your Fourth of July cookout, on our last day of our five days of summer shrimp recipes, we are sharing the recipe for Deanie’s own light and simple Bayou Seafood Salad. One of the most popular at Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants, it’s so easy to put together at home or enjoy at one of our restaurant locations. The salad makes the perfect light summer lunch.
Perfect for your backyard Fourth of July celebrations and most any time of year, this shrimp recipe is easy to prepare and sure to please your friends and family.
Today, we are sharing our method for making Bacon Wrapped Shrimp.Everyone loves bacon and cooking bacon wrapped shrimp is just another excuse to use your grill this summer!
The hot days of summer mean summer vacation, and this cool and refreshing shrimp dish reminds us of a little summer siesta! Today we are sharing an easy-to-prepare Shrimp Ceviche recipe as the third in our five days of summer shrimp recipes. It’s the perfect snack to eat by your pool or to impress guests with as an appetizer at a summer gathering, and it’s so easy to make! Try this for your upcoming Fourth of July summer barbecue.
Today we are sharing our second easy-to-prepare shrimp recipe in our five days of summer shrimp recipes! Shrimp Remoulade is a New Orleans tradition and the combination of chilled shrimp and tangy sauce are perfect as an hors d'oeuvre at a summer barbecue or Fourth of July get together.
One of our favorite Louisiana seafoods in season during the summer months are deliciously fresh Gulf shrimp. With the official kickoff of summer and Fourth of July get togethers right around the corner, we are celebrating shrimp by sharing five days of summer shrimp recipes!
We will share one easy-to-prepare refreshing summer shrimp recipe to prepare in your kitchen or on the grill, including the makings for our simple and light Bayou Seafood Salad, each day for the next 5 days! These simple recipes are perfect to bring to a summer barbeque and to enjoy in your own kitchen or backyard.
It’s becoming more widely known and appreciated that food tastes best when it’s in season and buying domestically is important for a number of reasons. That goes for fruits, veggies and one of our biggest assets here in South Louisiana, Gulf seafood.
We are lucky to live in a region with one of the biggest sources of some of the best-tasting seafood in the world. Louisiana is one of the largest suppliers of seafood in the nation. The Gulf Coast produces 70 percent of the nation’s oysters, 69 percent of domestic shrimp, is a leading producer of domestic hard and soft-shell blue crabs and represents 20 percent of all domestic seafood consumed in the U.S.