The Louisiana Things Kitchen celebrates the wonderful cuisine of south Louisiana Cajun Country. Delicious classic Cajun meals along with traditional southern style cooking. Enjoy stories about Nonc Pouce, our Cajun uncle, as the Louisiana Things cook prepares meals. Then follow us on the road with our Louisiana Things Travel episodes where we visit unique places in our great state.
These two vegetables are often "candied" separately. Our favorite uncle, Nonc Pouce, likes to cook them together. He also adds a little spiced rum to his recipe to really kick it up! Join us in the Louisiana Things Kitchen to see how its done.
The pressure cooker is a wonderful thing. It can turn the toughest cut of meat into a tender delight. In this episode, we make a favorite dish using the pressure cooker. Pepper Steak is not cajun by any stretch, but it sure is good! Join us in the Louisiana Things Kitchen.
Cooking pork ribs in the oven is a perfect Cajun dish because it is, like Gumbo, a labor of love. It takes time and patience to cook them to that fall-off-the-bone tenderness. And while that is happening, beverages can be consumed and fun can ensue! Follow along in the Louisiana Things Kitchen as we show you how it is done.
Follow along with the Louisiana Things Travel crew as we discover another treasure on the bayou in South Louisiana. Here is St. Elizabeth Catholic Church where not only are the seven sacraments depicted in the stained glass, but the heresies of the church as well!
Here is another in a series of tours of the beautiful, historic Catholic churches in south Louisiana. Ascension is a wonderful old church in the center of the Historic District in Donaldsonville. The stained glass are wonderful and the altar is something to see! From Louisiana Things Travel.