My Latest Recipes 23
  • Christmas In Summer Root Beer Glazed Ham from deltadarling in Metairie, LA.
    This is withuot a doubt the most popular Cajun way to do a ham Be sure your ingredients are xactly like I say and your fa...
  • Simmered Veal chops ala Delta from deltadarling in Metairie, LA.
    This dish is the go to dish for Veal. Ilove veal as a chngeof pace from Beef i think ou all willl love it too...
  • Chicken Ala King from deltadarling in Metairie, LA.
    This my go to eas chicken dish. Its so easy I feel bad I don't have more to do but hey its saeasy dish for those f...
  • Deltas Creole Chicken Oh La La from deltadarling in Metairie, LA.
    Chicken simmered in delicate gravy coked with the flavor of New orleans...
  • Baked Corn Beef Ala Delta from deltadarling in Metairie, LA.
    Simple method to cook a delicious Corn Beef with out the water...
  • Chicken Bonne Femme from deltadarling in Metairie, LA.
    Bonne Femme is french for good wwoman but herei it applies to the dish Good woman;s chicken and Brabant potatoes...
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  • frankieanne 1 year ago about Buttery Potato Crusted Fish
    I had .6 ounces of cod that I cut into three pieces so I halved the other ingredients except for the pepper. That seemed like too much pepper for my taste. I had lots and lots of potato flakes left over! I used Cajun seasoning instead of Creole. I've never, ever found Creole seasoning here. I found the instructions a tad confusing, but perhaps that is just me. I didn't want to cook this on high on my gas stove. I felt I would have a burned dinner so I cooked it on medium high for three minutes each side. I liked the little bit of spicy from the Cajun seasoning. I added a picture and a thread in IMI 5/23/14
    Buttery Potato Crusted Fish
  • mjcmcook 6 years ago
    I am so pleased that You accepted my invitation
    to be my 'Food Friend'!
    I look forward to more conversation & recipe-sharing!
  • mjcmcook 6 years ago
    I just viewed and rated one of your delicious recipes!
    After reading your 'Bio' I know that You & I
    have several things 'in-common'~
    I have lived both in New Orleans(Uptown) and
    also Metairie!
    I hope that You will be my 'Food Friend'?
  • mjcmcook 6 years ago about Buttery Potato Crusted Fish
    "Bring IT On~New Orleans Style"!
    This is a wonderful "5"FORK!!!!! recipe that reflects
    the Flavors of my "Heart-Home~New Orleans"~
  • mystic_river1 6 years ago
    The clam recipe is sauteed so they are cooked...I cannot figure out about raw oyters but give it a try and let me know.
  • slogan 6 years ago
    Dear Deltadarling..........thanks for the kind words and will do my best to put up some good and fast dishes.......look forward to see more of your recipes also.........bye
  • wynnebaer 7 years ago
    Thanks so much for the lovely comment you left for the Roasted Eggplant Soup...:)
  • capedread 7 years ago about Deltas Creole Chicken Oh La La
    hmmm sounds good
  • capedread 7 years ago about Okra Stew
    I like the slime, we used to call them slimy Jacks when I was a kid, nice post though will try this soon
  • notyourmomma 7 years ago about T The Real Deal New Orleans Seafood Gumbo
    Very nice. LOVE the flavor explosion!
  • pat2me 7 years ago
    Thanks for the great comment on the Bruschetta...I really hope you like it!

  • deltadarling 7 years ago
    Thanks Greekgirl I just came back from the grocery but I will pickit up next ime

    Its not cheating to short cut its the way we have tolive

    My Mohter had days to concock her recipes and then never wrote them down. So I had to start from scratch. I thnk I am a genius for discovering frozen seaonsnings blend, Tony chachere's Roux mix and his creole sesoning .I use them all more and more
    So go girl go


  • greekgirrrl 7 years ago
    The greek seasoning on the Trailer Park porkchops:

    Normally, you can get this at any grocery store.. It's in the spice aisle usually where all the Mrs. Dash is. It's got oregano, garlic, parsley, basil and some other stuff all ground into a very fine powder. I use it all the time. My mom says I'm a cheater when I use it! LOL Good luck!
  • nikki85 7 years ago
    is really inspiring to see your positive attitude after what musta been horrific for you! hope u enjoyin the site and am lookin forward to tryin your recipes soon x
  • cajunspices66 8 years ago