Louisiana Cookin'


BORN AND RAISED IN THE CRESCENT CITY, Tom Fitzmorris knows a thing or two about its famously thriving culinary culture. Not only a lauded New Orleans food critic, Tom is also radio host of The Food Show in addition to authoring guides to experiencing New Orleans and several cookbooks, including Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food (Abrams, 2018).

When it was originally became an instant favorite for cookbook collectors and devotees of the cuisine. Last year, the book was revised and released with fresh, new color photography, depicting classics such as Barbecue Shrimp (which Tom thinks is the book’s best dish) and Crescent City favorites such as Drago’s Char-Broiled Oysters.

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