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Rooting for the New Orleans Saints? We’ve got a menu of Cajun, Acadian, and Southern specialties that’ll keep you well-fed during the championship game.

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See the Recipe Chris Granger
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Oyster Po’boy

This New Orleans po’boy is piled high with fried oysters.
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The Cajun pig parties known as boucheries are festive, often raucous, and generally casual–hence the popularity of side dishes that don’t require utensils, like these sweet potatoes. Use a crinkle-cut knife to give them a little flair, if you like. See the recipe for Fried Sweet Potatoes »
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See the Recipe Laurie Smith
The spicy sauce in this New Orleans recipe marinates for a full 2-7 days before the shrimp are cooked in it, allowing it to develop a delightful intensity. See the recipe for Shrimp Uggie »
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