Spring in NOLA: K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen

As food pictures and travel logs keep piling up so fast in my crazy life, I’ve decided to let my pictures do more of the talking for me, especially since eating is most of what we did in NOLA anyway! Hee hee! Enjoy!


K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen – Legendary Chef Paul Prudhomme’s famous restaurant on Chartres Street. Classic and authentic New Orleans’ flavor, spice, and soul.

Fried Green Tomatoes with Shrimp Caper Dill Remoulade
Never had this version with a creamy Shrimp saute but it made the dish luxurious.

Chicken and Andouille Gumbo
Classically comforting – a milder version.

Crawfish Etouffée
Doesn’t get any more authentic than this. Deep layers of slow-cooked flavor in a buttery peppery brown sauce. Super fresh crawfish tails shrewn throughout. My first true taste of a NOLA classic.

Blackened Twin Beef Tenders with Debris
It takes two days to make Chef Paul’s famous and secret Debris sauce. So of course, I had to try it and I’m glad I did. It elevated what is not my preferred cut of meat to a sophisticated savory height. I highly recommend lapping up all remaining sauce with some warm cornbread.

Although we sadly had to pass up dessert given we’d licked each of our plates clean through dinner, what better treat than making some new friends!

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