Gumbo Nachos

October is the unofficial start of gumbo season and as people start to simmer those big pots of stew, Firehouse Grub is putting a new twist on the staple dish. Gumbo Nachos are full of incredible flavor and the perfect tailgating treat with the Holy Trinity, sausage, shrimp, crawfish, Creole seasoning and plenty of cheese.

Pull-Apart Stuffed Creole Rolls

“Pull-Apart Stuffed Creole Rolls are a gorgeous addition to your holiday table and require just 20 minutes of cooking.” ~ Chef Monti Carlo. Filled with sausage, veggies, herbs, butter and Creole seasoning, these rolls are the perfect melt-in-your-mouth appetizer or side dish.

Creole Chicken & Pork Balls

“Tender, juicy meatballs with a creamy gravy you’ll love,” ~ Creole For The Soul. These meatballs combine chicken and pork for the perfect meatball, covered in a flavorful, herb-rich gravy, for the ultimate in comfort food.

Creole Cream Cheese Wonton Cups

These bold, flavor-bursting wonton cups are a must have for any party! Filled with Cajun-inspired cream cheese, topped with a sausage slice, and then drizzled in a tangy, sweet and savory sauce, these cups by Joyous Apron are absolutely irresistible.

Lowcountry Shrimp Boil

As George Motz says, a traditional Lowcountry Shrimp Boil includes just four main ingredients – potatoes, corn on the cob, kielbasa, and fresh shrimp – but this boil kicks up the flavor thanks to ample amounts of Tony’s Supreme Creole Crab Boil, making this one communal meal you won’t want to miss!

Be sure to check out George’s video below!

Dirty Rice Risotto

Kick your rice dressing up a notch! This cheesy and savory Dirty Rice Risotto by Chef Ryan André is an easy and flavorful meal you are sure to make at least once a week.