Mardi Gras Menu

crayfish Let the good times roll on Fat Tuesday with this celebratory Mardi Gras menu. Crayfish à la Bordelaise This classic Creole recipe is the perfect starter to any Emerald City homage. If you can't find crayfish, substitute shrimp and adjust the cooking time accordingly. Old-School Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya JBF Award winner Donald Link, chef and owner of Cochon and Herbsaint, prepares this Cajun-style jambalaya by caramelizing the meat and onions and cooking the rice in a rich, reduced stock. Orange Blossom Beignets Orange blossom water adds a hint of Basque flavor to this quintessential New Orleans dessert. Café Brûlot End the meal with

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On the Menu: March 6 through March 12

On the Menu Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House next week: Tuesday, March 8, 7:00 P.M. Mardi Gras Seafood Celebration Let the bons temps roll this Fat Tuesday when Tenney Flynn and the GW Fins team join us at the Beard House to celebrate Mardi Gras. The renowned restaurant has been serving its globally influenced seafood in the heart of New Orleans’s French Quarter for the past ten years. Wednesday, March 9, 12:00 P.M. Beard on Books: Grant Achatz's Life on the Line Join us in the dining room of the landmark James Beard House for the next installment of Beard on Books, a literary series featuring readings and discussions with some of the food world’s most celebrated authors. Wednesday, March 9, 7:00 P.M

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Recipe: Orange Blossom Beignets

orange blossom beignets Today is Mardi Gras, and we've got a recipe for your celebration: these airy and addictive beignets from San Francisco chef Gerald Hirigoyen. He's serving them with a turrón mousse cake and candied almonds at tonight's Beard House dinner, but we think these fritters are delicious on their own. You can find orange blossom water at your local specialty food shop or a Middle Eastern grocery store.

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