Freshwater Seafood
Osso Buco of Frog Legs

When the very large frog legs of South Louisiana are too tough and stringy for deep-frying, the braising method, or osso buco style, is perfect.

Camp-Style Garfish Courtbouillon

Garfish is the tribal symbol of the Coushatta Indians. This fish not only symbolizes sustenance and nourishment, but it also plays an important part in tribal customs. The bones are used for jewelry and costuming, while the hide is used for shoes and clothing. This prehistoric fish also symbolizes strength and survival. Cooked long and slow in a black pot, and packed with flavor, this courtbouillon is a great “camp dish”, and a sure hit for any occasion.

Crawfish Ratatouille

Springtime in Louisiana is more than just the typical spicy crawfish boils. Grab a pound of tails and just about every vegetable in your garden for this wonderful, and tasty baked dish.

Silverfin™ Steaks with Fresh Berries

Several species of Asian carp exist, but Silver carp is the most notorious – as a menace and as a jumper when boat motors roar!

SilverFin™ on a Stick Recipe

Asian carp were brought to the United States in the 60s and 70s for use in a government agency and academic research

Silverfin™ Cakes Recipe

The spread of Asian carp into the Mississippi River Basin is likely the result of insufficient controls to contain the fish in the ponds when conducting research. The flooding of the 70s and 90s furthered the invasion

Silverfin™ Almondine Recipe

Asian carp have been farmed in China for over 1,000 years, serving as an ancient food staple throughout Asia.