By popular demand Louisiana Sisters has bottled our olive juice to create the perfect New Orleans Martini.SHOP NOW
Autumn Swamp is a beautiful scene of South Louisiana in the Fall season. Notice how the egret is patiently waiting for his breakfast.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
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
Pepper Jelly is great Southern Appertizer over cream cheese as a snack or used as a glaze (which is my favorite) over chicken, pork and seafood. This Pepper Jelly recipe comes from our Great Aunt Myra who lives in Opelousas, Louisiana.SHOP NOW
Olives can be a nice way to garnish cocktails, hors d' oeuvres, or food dishes. Louisiana Sisters add a little spice to our olives so they tickle your taste buds, so now you have the perfect olive to turn any cocktail, hors d' oeuvres or food dish into acelebration.SHOP NOW
1/2 cup olive oil 1/2 cup red wine vinegar 1 cup pitted prunes 1/2 cup Louisiana Sisters New Orleans Spiced Pitted Olives 1/2 cup capers 6 bay leaves 1/4 cup dried oregano 1 head of garlic finely chopped Coarse Black pepper and Salt to taste 4 chickens, quartered 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup dry white…...more All Recipes
It is the little things in life that can make all the difference.
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.
Did you know that olives were the symbol of peace to the ancient Greeks and that is where the expression ‘to offer an olive branch’ comes from. When the Greeks wanted to make peace they would literally take a branch from an olive tree and offer it to their enemy, who was duty bound to…...more All Blog Entries