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A Spicy, Boozy New Orleans Party Menu

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The biggest football game of the year is in New Orleans: a city of lights, of tipsy streets, of slushees, of fried food and jambalaya. Can you think of a better reason to throw a party this Sunday?

The food of New Orleans lends itself perfectly to (hopefully) celebratory football-watching. So choose a gumbo, an oyster preparation and a spicy cocktail, and invite your friends. You've got an awesome Sunday ahead of you.

Horseradish Vodka Bloody Mary by NWB

Horseradish Vodka Bloody Mary

 

Fried Oysters with Saffron Aioli by Savorykitchen

Fried Oysters

 

Fried Scallop Sandwich by fiveandspice

 

Crab Beignets with Aioli Dipping Sauce by ChefJune

Crab Beignets

 

Brown Rice Jambalaya-ish by healthierkitchen

Brown Rice Jambalaya-ish

 

Barbecue Shrimp: A Down-Home, Messy, Good Meal by Waverly

barbecue shrimp

 

Cornbread with Chorizo by boulangere

Cornbread with Chorizo

 

Shrimp Gumbo by drbabs

Shrimp Gumbo

 

Chili Gumbo by aargersi

Chili Gumbo

 

Bourbon Chocolate Bread Pudding by student epicure

Get ready for game day:

Deep Fry Without Fear

8 Dips and Chips

9 Chili Recipes

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Tags: super bowl, football, new orleans, gumbo, jambalaya, oysters, seafood, south, southern food, mardi gras

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