Seafood has always been a tradition on Gulf Coast holiday tables. The “Picayune Creole Cookbook,” first published in 1901, suggests a Thanksgiving menu that included oysters on the half shell, baked red snapper a la Creole, and roasted turkey with oyster stuffing.
Seafood has always been a tradition on Gulf Coast holiday tables. The “Picayune Creole Cookbook,” first published in 1901, suggests a Thanksgiving menu that included oysters on the half shell, baked red snapper a la Creole, and roasted turkey with oyster stuffing. The L.J. ‘Joe’ Scholtes Collection/Southern Possum Tales
Seafood has always been a tradition on Gulf Coast holiday tables. The “Picayune Creole Cookbook,” first published in 1901, suggests a Thanksgiving menu that included oysters on the half shell, baked red snapper a la Creole, and roasted turkey with oyster stuffing. The L.J. ‘Joe’ Scholtes Collection/Southern Possum Tales

Give your guests a taste of the Coast with these vintage holiday seafood recipes

November 21, 2017 05:00 AM

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