Orleans Food & Drink Calendar|
June is the wettest month of the year in New Orleans.
Events include Back to the Beach, International Beer Tasting, the Creole Tomato Festival, and Vieux To Do.
the month with a salute to Creole Mustard, .
Made in New Orleans
Creole Mustard is a found most commonly in the Southeastern region of the U.S., specifically in Louisiana. It is
a staple in New Orleans cuisine, where it is made with coarsely-ground highly-concentrated mustard seeds.
New Orleanians enjoy Creole mustard on po-boys, in sauces,
in dressings, in glazes, and in dips. It may also be used in a marinade as well as being incorporated in recipes such as shrimp
remoulade, stuffed crabs, battered seafood.
Zatarain's Creole Mustard is one of the original products introduced
by Emile Zatarain's in the late 1800s. It is a coarse, stone ground mustard with a uniquely vibrant flavor that has earned
it a place on many New Orleans table and in many a New Orleans po-boy sandwich.