Oyster Artichoke Bisque

oyster artichoke bisque in a bowl with 2 fresh artichokes

Soup…a New Orleans favorite? Yes, it is. Whether its gumbo, turtle soup or any of the many other varieties of soups or bisques, you’ll find it on the menus of New Orleans restaurants, from fine dining to the mom and pop neighborhood places, as a starter or an entree. Given the abundance and popularity of fresh Gulf Oysters and the love for artichokes, it’s no surprise that one of the City’s most popular soups is Oyster Artichoke Bisque, a rich and creamy bisque with the brininess of oysters matched perfectly with the mild, distinctive flavor of artichoke. Thankfully, you don’t have to eat out to enjoy this Creole specialty…here’s the no-angst way to make Sweet Daddy D’s Oyster Artichoke Bisque.

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How to Make Chicken and Andouille Gumbo

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Gumbo…that small word packs a lot of punch. Recognized as the official State Dish of Louisiana, gumbo epitomizes the melding of the various cultural heritages of South Louisiana.

 

Chicken and Andouille Gumbo
Rich Chicken and Andouille Gumbo

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