Recipe Gumbo Bowl Set of 4- Crawfish Bisque, Duck Gumbo, Red Beans, Bananas Foster
The best way to serve Louisiana's rich and spicy recipes is in these ceramic gumbo bowls that are microwave and dishwasher safe. These bowls contain authentic Bananas Foster, Red Beans and Rice, Crawfish Bisque, and Duck Gumbo recipes on both sides of the bowl. There are 12 different recipes in this collection. 16 oz. each.
The best way to serve Louisiana's rich and spicy recipes is in these gumbo bowls that are microwave and dishwasher safe.
Designed by renowned local New Orleans artist Philip Youngberg, this ceramic set contains authentic Bananas Foster, Red Beans and Rice, Crawfish Bisque, and Duck Gumbo recipes on both sides of the bowl. There are 12 different recipes in this collection, and this is a truly unique gift from our unique city. These are a great addition to your table at any time of year. 16 oz.
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History of Bananas Foster*
In the early 1950's, Owen Brennan decided to name a dessert after his friend and fellow member of the Metropolitan Crime Commission, Robert Foster. At the time, Owen's younger brother, John (Ralph Brennan's Grandfather), was running "Brennan's Processed Potato Company," a produce company with a surplus of bananas. Owen asked his sister, Ella, and Chef Paul Blangé, to come up with a new dessert using these bananas.
What they came up with is now the world famous Bananas Foster. The dish was originally invented at Brennan's Vieux Carré Restaurant on Bourbon Street, across from The Old Absinthe House. Bananas Fosters' popularity did not fully take off until Brennan's began "Breakfast At Brennans' with Fosters as a signature dessert.
Brennan's New Orleans
417 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA. 70130
*from History of Bananas Foster, Brennan's New Orleans