"There's a time and a place for counting calories and watching
waistlines... that time or place would NOT be while visiting New Orleans, Louisiana!"
T-M St. Pierre
Why depend on the kindness of strangers, when you can cook New Orleans world-famous cuisine yourself?
It's easy Blanche!
"A Streetcar Named Delicious" is the sultry and savory new cookbook by Todd-Michael St. Pierre, Author of "Jambalaya, Crawfish Pie, Filé Gumbo: Cajun and Creole Cuisine."
This collection is simply the best of the Big Easy !
Timeless favorites like Magnolia's Magnificent Muffulettas, Red Beans and Ricely Yours and the Dubois Family Beignets! Oh, and the Vieux Carre Courtbouillion is just out of this world, as is the Burgundy Street Oyster Dressing!
Between the Dreamy Doberge Cake and the Creme de la Creme Brulee, one might find it rather difficult to say which decadent dessert is actually more heavenly! There's even a recipe for Stella and Stanley's Crawfish Etouffee!
Need I say more?
Yes, the secret to capturing those legendary Louisiana Creole flavors, is truly... right here in your hands!
I declare... La Nouvelle-Orléans has never tasted quite this extraordinary, Y'all!
"The most fun you can possibly have with a cookbook, legally, at least! I must have burned a few thousand calories, from the intense LAUGHTER alone! Good thing, because now I can indulge in some of his House of the Rising Sun Chocolate/Bourbon Bread Puddin' & a slice or two of that wicked Twelfth Night Cake! Absolutely unique!" Diana Knox (Epicurean Nation)
Louisiana author, Todd-Michael St. Pierre has developed recipes for Cooking Light Magazine; his books have been featured in The Denver Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Times-Picayune and Southern Living Magazine! He is author of the popular Cajun & Creole Cookbook "Jambalaya, Crawfish Pie, Filé Gumbo" and several children's titles including 1-The Louisiana State Bird Pageant 2-Makin' Groceries: A New Orleans Tribute and his latest Nola and Roux: The Creole Mouse and The Cajun Mouse, is a Louisiana fable in French, Spanish and English!
You can read more about the author and his books at www.LouisianaBoy.com