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Surround yourself with the tastes, sights and smells of New Orleans' famous culinary delights during this 2-hour cooking class. On a Louisiana-style culinary adventure, learn recipes, tips and cooking skills from a local chef, a veteran of the well-known restaurant The Old Coffee Pot. Come hungry and prepared to eat a traditional New Orleans dish, Fleur-de-lis Chicken, accompanied by the city's famous jambalaya. Take home recipes and instructions to recreate the dish at home in your own kitchen.
2-hour cooking class at the Old Coffee Pot in New Orleans' French Quarter
Led by a local chef
Learn about the history of Cajun and Creole cuisine
Eat a typical regional dish made from chicken, shrimp and crab cakes
Make your way to the Old Coffee Pot, located in New Orleans French Quarter.
Sit back and prepare to be schooled by one of New Orleans' local chefs on how to prepare and cook a classic New Orleans dish: Fleur-de-lis Chicken. This interactive experience allows you to ask questions, take photos and even participate when asked. As the chef prepares the dish, listen to your host's commentary on the culinary history of Cajun and Creole food in the region. Learn about typical seasonings, recipes and cooking techniques that make this genre of regional cuisine so special.
When the cooking is done, dig in to your own dish: a chicken breast topped with Louisiana crab cake and Gulf shrimp, served with green bean casserole and The Old Coffee Pot’s jambalaya.