Louisiana Cookin'

Summer Harvest

ummer is a great time of year for cooking with fresh veggies. Farmers’ markets and home gardens are overflowing with vibrant produce. Two stars of Louisiana’s summer harvest are tomatoes and peppers, and we’ve come up with a few satisfying ways to make the most of them while they’re in peak season. In addition to our beloved Creole tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and plum tomatoes are abundant here and are excellent options for tossing into a fresh salsa (along with a variety of fresh chile peppers) or slow-roasting for a tomato sauce. Charring red bell peppers brings out bold flavors in our versatile romesco sauce. Plus, we show you how to use dried chile peppers in the smoky harissa that accompanies our crispy fried chicken.

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