For native New Orleanians, eating gumbo is a way of life. When I was growing up, the only gumbo we had was seafood gumbo. Then, in the 1970s, a Cajun chef named Paul Prudhomme came to town. Cajun food took the city by storm from that point on.
Joe’s Stuff is the New Orleans School of Cooking’s original season blend. We find that it’s the perfect mix of spices to add flavor to any dish. It’s used in most of our recipes here at the school, and we especially love it for Joe’s Stuff Dip. Use this dip recipe for holiday parties, tailgates, or any other event.