Cajun Celebrity Chef Paul Prudhomme Passes at 75

Paul Prudhomme, a food pioneer who was one of America’s first celebrity chefs, passed away recently after an illness. Prudhomme was famous for creating the iconic New Orleans dish blackened redfish, and his name and likeness are famous to shoppers nationwide because of his line of spice mixes and seasonings. The chef also created the notorious recipe for the turducken, and hosted cooking shows on PBS. He also earned renown for his humanitarian work, especially for his aid campaigns to help New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina

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