Cajun-style roast chicken is an elegant presentation but easy to prepare even in the dead of winter.
One thing I look for most in a go-to spice rub is versatility and Chef Eddie Adams’ Cajun Flavor Spices packs that aplenty. So far I’ve used it with beef, turkey, chicken, pork, and lamb, with great results every time.
Here’s a concentrated rub that has its origins in Louisiana, where it seems that every home cook has his or her own secret spice mixture for grilled foods.
If you still want Thanksgiving poultry but on a much smaller scale, chicken is a good way to go. Cheap and the easiest meat in the country to find, it’s an excellent choice for just a few people.
This Sunday, August 3rd, 60 Minutes is running a story on the billion dollar hot sauce industry we all know and love. The subject: the most famous hot sauce maker in the world, Tabasco. Here’s a link to a preview clip.
Keith “Boudin Man” Jenkins, a native of Madisonville, LA, moved from his home 40 miles north of the Big Easy to Flint, TX in 2010 and started selling shrimp and crawfish from the back of a pickup truck on weekends. He then opened the “Cajun Bayou Seafood” restaurant offering fresh seafood and what many called “the best boiled crawfish around.”
Pit Boss Grills proudly announced the release of an all-new, robust line of spices and sauces that are sure to enhance an already Bigger. Hotter. Heavier. grilling experience.