Good New Orleans seafood restaurants, recipes for Lent

Tired of tuna sandwiches or cheese pizza for Lent? Try these recipes from

Growing up in NOLA, whether you are Catholic or not, the day after Fat Tuesday is Ash Wednesday.  Some chose to get ashes smeared on their forehead, some may not. However, one thing most of us agree on is it is seafood season.

Crawfish, fish, shrimp, crab, tuna, salmon, oysters, scallops, frog legs and now even alligator are more notorious during Lent season. Yes, alligator.

Lent season is for 40 weekdays and ends Easter Sunday.  It is simply a season of fasting, abstaining and repentance.

Click here for the list of restaurants and recipes.

By the way, the photo we used is the finished product of Italian grilled shrimp kabobs. Looks good. Recipe here.

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