Louisiana seasons are not defined by the weather or whether leaves are on trees. They are rooted in our culture and the events that celebrate our joy of life. Football season takes the place of fall. Each new year begins with Carnival season. And of course, there’s crawfish season. When the mudbugs start swimming around
Cajun Crawfish Bread - Just mix, spread, and bake until brown and bubbly and melty on crispy French bread! - They didn't have crawfish at the store, so I ended up making this with lobster. It was Ah-Mazing!
It’s Mardi Gras time, and so it’s time for crawfish. Crawfish Cornbread is a recipe I have seen in many Louisiana community cookbooks. No idea if this is a traditional Cajun recipe, or started it’s life on the back of corn bread mix box. This version is packed with crawfish. Use frozen crawfish tail meat. This cornbread is lovely beside a bowl of Red Beans and Rice. Hearty enough to serve with a nice green salad for a meal. http://therunawayspoon.com/blog/2013/02/crawfish-cornbread/