Fried Shrimp Po-Boy
— Looking for something delicious to eat while watching your favorite team? This is it!
Hot Sausage Po' Boy — One of New Orleans' greatest specialties, the Po' Boy Sandwich, can be made with such humble ingredients as fried potatoes, or with elegant fillings like fried oysters or soft-shelled crab. Some of the best are made with chaurice, or "hot sausage" as it's called in New Orleans.
— The traditional New Orleans muffaletta is magically transformed into a delicious breakfast sandwich.
— In New Orleans the two best Muffulettas — bar none — can be had at Central Grocery or at Napoleon House on Chartres Street. Not only can you use this Olive Salad as a dressing
for Muffuletta Sandwiches, it also makes a delicious addition to tossed green salads, pizzas, and is a great relish to spread on crackers.
New Orleans Barbecued Shrimp Po' Boys
— Looking for flavorful classic dinner? Then check out these grilled barbecued shrimp sandwiches that are ready in 30 minutes. This sandwich was inspired by a dish that was featured at Uglesich’s, a restaurant where New Orleans’s chefs lunch. Po’ boys are large sandwiches named for their original price: Sold for a nickel at New Orleans streetcar stops, even a “poor boy” could buy one.
Pot Roast Po' Boys — This is quite possibly the ultimate in recipe simplicity. Basically you heat the Dutch oven, you season and brown the meat, you pour the soup mixture over the top, and you slow roast the roast in the oven until it's ready to fall apart. Sounds easy, huh. Here's how it's done step by step.