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Taste of Tremé

By Todd-Michael St. Pierre

Down-home recipes celebrating the flavors, culture, and spirit of the most vibrant and historic neighborhood in the Big Easy

 

Bordering its touristy French Quarter twin, the Treme neighborhood is the true birthplace of New Orleans jazz culture. From its earliest days as a neighborhood for free people of color, it has long been famous for its distinctive architecture, creative music and flavorful cuisine. Now, Taste of Treme captures this vibrant district with an authentic collection of its most mouth-watering dishes and tasty cocktails.

 

From scrumptious Po’ Boy sandwiches, spicy Creole Gumbo, and colorful Mardi Gras Pasta Salad to incredible Shrimp Creole, flaky beignets, and King Cake Cupcakes, this book includes everything that makes Treme a one-of-a-kind foodie destination.

 

Unequaled for its depth of soul and legendary appetite for life, the Treme neighborhood has recently gained national attention from the critically acclaimed HBO show of the same name. With the recipes in Taste of Treme, fans of the show—or anyone else who craves the most deliciously satisfying soul food—can create authentic Big Easy cuisine that laissez les bons temps rouler.

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AUTHOR

Todd-Michael St. Pierre

Todd-Michael St. Pierre is a Cajun and Creole foodie and New Orleans native. He has served as a judge for the Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Contest and has developed recipes for Cooking Light magazine. Todd-Michael’s books have been featured in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Denver Post and on AOL Food. His work can be seen at ToddStPierre.com.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: October 2012

ISBN-10: 161243097X
ISBN-13: 9781612430973

Hardcover
6.5" x 9"
208 pages

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