There are so many wonderful ways you can enjoy Louisiana Sisters New Orleans Spiced Pitted Olives each and every day.SHOP NOW
By popular demand Louisiana Sisters has bottled our olive juice to create the perfect New Orleans Martini.SHOP NOW
Louisiana Sisters is reaching out this holiday season to aid you in your Christmas Gifts that are uniquely Louisiana. If you have friends and family that are fond of Louisiana, our products will bring them home to the state they love. Our Christmas Gift Box is $20.00 each. With a purchase of 10 or more we will discount the boxes to $17.00 each. These prices do not include shipping. If you have specialty items of your own to add to the gift box, we can accommodate your needs.SHOP NOW
Louisiana Sisters Bloody Mary Mix is a great combination of flavor and spice to start any celebration. When you pair our olives with our Bloody Mary you have the perfect flavors of New Orleans tickling your taste buds.SHOP NOW
Change your dry martini to a kicking martini when you add Louisiana Sisters New Orleans Spiced Whole Olives.SHOP NOW
Louisiana Sisters Pepper Jelly is great over cream cheese as a snack or used as a glaze (which is my favorite) over chicken, pork and seafood.SHOP NOW
Aunt Joan is at it again. She has created a Louisiana Flur de Lis Christmas Card.SHOP NOW
Louisiana Sisters Bloody Mary platter is one of 3 platters that have been created by our in house artist, Joan Tuminello. These platters are great for serving your favorite appetizers or using as wall decorations.SHOP NOW
2 pound Chuck Roast 3 tbsp Vegetable Oil 1/4 cup All Pourpose Flour 2 tsp of Creole Seasoning 12 cups of water 1 Bottle of Louisiana Sisters Bloody Mary Mix 1 large Onion diced 3 Stalks Celery sliced 1 tbsp Parsley 1/2 head Cabbage 2 large Potatoes 1 large Turnip 1 large bag frozen Mixed…...more All Recipes
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Our goal has always been to create an explosion of flavors. Our gourmet products are not too hot, just full of wonderful spices that are a party for your taste buds.
We use fresh ingredients that we bring to life with a combination of Louisiana spices.
Doubloons, beads, cups (otherwise known as New Orleans “to go cups”) and stuffed animals are the throws of today! The throwing of trinkets to the crowds was started in the 1870s by the Twelfth Night Revelers, and is a time-honored expectation for young and old alike. In 1827, some students, returning from their studies in…...more All Blog Entries