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    Featured News
  • Recreational greater amberjack season to close from January 27 through the end of June

     
    Recreational greater amberjack season to close from January 27 through the end of June
  • Reminder: LDWF Commercial Fishing Licenses To Be Available At Field Offices (LDWF)

     
    Reminder: LDWF Commercial Fishing Licenses To Be Available At Field Offices (LDWF)
  • Louisiana Seafood will be proudly sponsoring Bayou Country Superfest 2018

     
    Louisiana Seafood will be proudly sponsoring Bayou Country Superfest 2018

These 9 Restaurants Are What Louisiana Cuisine Is All About

 
June 23, 2015

From focused and perfected classics like meat pies and crawfish to the very best the top chefs in Louisiana have to offer, if you manage to eat at each of these restaurants, you’ll have had a true taste of our state.

Boustany’s Bill to PROTECT Louisiana Seafood Passes House

 
June 15, 2015

Congressman Charles W. Boustany, R-South Louisiana,, supported passage of his bill, the PROTECT Act, which was included within H.R. 1907, the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act.

The History and Culture of a Louisiana Backyard Boil

 
June 1, 2015

On a given spring or summer weekend, many Louisiana residents will head to the backyard and turn on the propane under a seafood-stuffed pot instead of firing up a grill. The seafood boil has moved beyond tradition to become part and parcel of our fair weather schedules. 

For the rest of the country, however, the boil remains an exotic Louisiana custom. In this Wall Street Journal story, an out-of-towner recounts her experience with a true Louisiana seafood boil while outlining some of the history and culture that surround this beloved culinary experience.