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Anything-But-Boring Banana Foster

banana foster

Banana Foster is your favorite fruity dessert topped with a brown sugar and cinnamon sauce often cooked as a flambe dish, but did you know its very origin is our favorite place, New Orleans, Louisiana?

It was created by a man named Paul Blange in the 50s at his New Orleans establishment, Brennan’s Restaurant.  Named after his close friend, this dish has surely stood the test of time as one of the South’s favorite sweet treats.

Drowning in banana liqueur and caramelly goodness, Huck’s banana foster is the perfect taste of the South you need after your main dish.

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