Learn to Make Shrimp Creole from Southern Food & Beverage Museum Founder Liz Williams
October 4, 2021
The Southern Food & Beverage Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana has provided Wild American Shrimp with a video on how to make authentic, New Orleans-style Classic Shrimp Creole with wild-caught shrimp made by the museum’s founder, Liz Williams!
Williams’ recipe is loosely based on one found in the cookbook “Talk About Good II: A Toast to Cajun Food,” found HERE on Amazon.
The Southern Food & Beverage Museum is a museum dedicated to the discovery, sharing, and celebration of southern foods, drinks, and culture. They host cooking classes, camps for children and are a part of the National Food & Beverage Foundation. They are open to the public Thursday through Monday from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM CST.
Visit the Southern Food & Beverage Museum’s website HERE! If you’d like to donate to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum to support them in the production of new exhibits, programs, special projects, the preservation of culinary culture and more, visit their Donation page HERE!
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