9 Mardi Gras Recipes To Try This Week
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Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday”, is an indulgent “last hoorah” of sorts, centered around enjoying one last day of eating rich, fatty foods before the religious obligations of the practice of lent kick in. Across the U.S., it has been widely adopted as a celebration for both religious and non-religious types alike, participating in festive parades and partaking of traditional celebratory food and drink. We’ve rounded up a few recipes to help you celebrate in style: whether you plan to participate in lent or not, you’re going to want to indulge!
Skinny Hurricane Cocktail
Cafe Brulot Cocktail
Fully Loaded Cajun Bloody Mary
Shrimp Po’ Boy
King Cake Bites
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