Emeril Lagasse, Every Day's A Party, Louisiana Recipes For Celebrating With Family & Friends

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Laissez les bon temps rouler! Le the good times roll! And, my, don’t they roll in Louisiana! Whether it’s Mardi Gras in New Orleans or Shrimp Festival in Delcambre, if you’re in Louisiana you can find a reason to party and celebrate almost every day of the year. In Every Day’s A Party, join Emeril, Marcelle, and Felicia on a yearlong culinary road trip through the back roads, bayous, and avenues of Luisiana. Start the year with the Oyster Festival in the town of Jean Lafitte and join in an oyster-shucking contest or—more to the point—an oyster-eating contest. The Sugar Bowl rules in Louisiana, and you can get yourself into the spirit as locals do with a Sugar Bowl brunch, or, if cooking in the great outdoors is more your style, tailgate it at the stadium with a little Grilled Creole Mustard-Marinated Quail with Smothered Field Peas and Andouille or maybe some Garlie Meatball Poorboys. Of course, you can’t talk Louisiana without talking Mardi Gras. Celebrate it long distance by serving Mardi Gras street food like Crawfish and Sausage Jambalaya and Frito Pie (yep, it’s made with Frito corn chips and chili) and washing it all down with NOLA Blue Glacier Martinis. Spring brings one long string of reasons to get together with family and friends and party—Strawberry Festival, Jazz Fest, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Crawfish Festival. The hot days of summer that follow force us to slow our normal breakneak pace and relax. Celebrate the Fourth with Duo BBQ Ribs and Louisiana Garlic Bread, and pretend you’re a kid again with Emeril’s kicked-up Peanut Butter and Chocolate Praline Ice Cream Sandwiches. The party doesn’t stop when September rolls around. Festivals Acadiens (celebrating all good things Cajun—and what’s not good?) World Championship Pirogue Race, and New Iberia Gumbo Cook-Off are the lead events in the raucous holiday season. Enjoy Sweet Potato Chocolate Bars at Halloween; tuck into Jalapeno Corn Bread, Emeril’s Fried Turkey, and Holiday Cranberry Pie for Thanksgiving; and share the love with Oysters Bienville, Roasted Squab with Orange Rice, and Celebration Cake at Christmas. Finally, it’s the party to end all parties. Treat your guest to a happy, happy New Year’s spread that is over the top and out of this world—Foie Gras Terrine, Caviar Parfait, and Angel Hair Pasta with Black Truffles. With Every Day’s A Party, you can bring a little bit of Louisiana and a whole lot of good eating into your heart and your home.
Published by William Morrow in 1999 & written by EMERIL LAGASSE & MARCELLE BIENVENU & FELICIA WILLETT.
    • UPC 9780688164300
    • ISBN 0-688-16430-7
    • Brand Emeril Lagasse
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