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Anyone looking for a primer on Cajun cooking need look no farther. Chef Paul takes the reader by the hand and opens up a world that includes four kinds of roux, Jalapeno and Cheese Rolls, Shrimp Étouffée, and the to-die-for Cajun Meatloaf. Good old-fashioned Red Beans and Rice and Sweet Potato Pecan Pie are not forgotten either.
Chef Paul tested all of his recipes in a home kitchen using common culinary tools--no professional equipment needed here. These are recipes that are high in spice, so remember to have a large vat of water on hand! --Schuyler Ingle
I truly consider this book one of the best cookbooks ever from the USA.
I bought a copy of Prudhomme's book when it first came out in the 1980's and have used it with great enjoyment for 20+ years.
The list of ingredients for any dish is mouthwatering, the instructions for preparing the dish are easy to follow.
This cookbook is a masterpiece! I've been cooking as a hobby since 1982. I've cook from many cookbooks in those 32 years, but Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen is the KING of them... Read morePublished 5 days ago by swissc
This book is OUTSTANDING! I first started using this book over 10 years ago. I wore out the first book and purchased another. Read morePublished 17 days ago by MD
One of my husband's all time favorite books and now we can use the Ipad and not keep so many books! The Lori Taylor cookies are to die for, but so is everything else!Published 19 days ago by Marla D. English
Very informative if you want to cook authentic (and I do mean authentic) Cajun food.Published 1 month ago by Jay Zee
I already have this book. I am buying another copy because our family has used the one we one so much. It is THAT good. A classic.Published 1 month ago by Angela Fresquez
Excellent!!!! if you like easily explained recipies for authentic Cajun cookin.Published 2 months ago by geo
bought this as a gift but I have one that I have used for sometime. Great food. I love it. Definitely not low calorie for great tastePublished 2 months ago by honest