One-Pot Blogger of the Week

We are entering the last stretch of our One-Pot Blogger Party, but that doesn’t mean the party has to end. Sizzling Skillets  is now available, so followers of our blogger party can get in on the action! Check out what Emeril’s Test Kitchen chefs have been cooking up.

Today’s featured blogger, Jay Ducote of Bite and Booze, has been whipping up some delicious recipes and has even stepped outside of his culinary comfort zone to prepare a few dishes—and we here at The Secret Ingredient applaud you.      

Jay Ducote is a talented writer, an avid traveler, a philanthropist when he gets the chance, an entrepreneur at times, and one heck of a good guy. He is the author of the food blog Bite and Booze, which chronicles his culinary and indulgent cultural experiences as he eats and drinks in South Louisiana and around the world. He also produces and hosts the Bite and Booze Radio Show, presented by Calandro’s Supermarket, where he interviews local chefs and other food personalities, discusses restaurants and culinary events, and much more. He also co-hosts a radio program called “Raise a Glass” which features history, culture, production, and enjoyment of alcoholic beverages.

Jay is the winner of the Tony Chachere’s Tailgating Cook-off in 2010 as well as the victor in numerous competitive eating contests. In 2011 he was named one of the “Top 100 Amateur Chefs in America” as he competed on the FOX reality show MasterChef with Chef Gordon Ramsay, Chef Graham Elliot, and Joe Bastianich. In July 2011 he accepted the position of Viking Chef at the first ever Viking Cooking School – Outdoors in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Deep Dish Pizza

Red Wine and Port Braised Short Ribs

Shrimp and Asparagus Risotto

Chorizo and Potato Quesadillas with Cilantro-Chile Crema

Chicken and Dumplings

Big Boy Spaghetti and Meatballs

Tuscan White Bean Soup

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9 Responses to “One-Pot Blogger of the Week”
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  3. Attah says:

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  4. Great recipe, i’ll consider it with my spouse for dinner. Hope i get it right! Cheers

  5. Susan Benton says:

    Congratulations Jay! That is wonderful!

  6. Thanks so much! What a fantastic honor!

    • Rohit says:

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