Shrimp Toulouse from Court of Two Sisters Cookbook: New Orleans Creole recipe created and perfected at the Court of Two Sisters restaurant.
Of course we have the cookbook. See it here: Court of Two Sisters Cookbook: With History of the French Quarter and the Restaurant, Mel Leavitt, 1992, 2001
Court of Two Sisters Cookbook: With History of the French Quarter and the Restaurant, Mel Leavitt, 1992, 2001: Cookbook about New Orleans’ restaurant Court of Two Sisters, a restaurant literally named after the courtyard owned by two sisters, Emma Camors Musso (1858-1944) and Betha Camors Angaud Noblet (1860-1944.) Hard cover cookbook with dust jacket. 192 pages. Both dust jacket and book are in as-if-new condition. Published in 1992 by Pelican Publishing Company, Gretna, Louisiana. This copy is from the 2001 printing.
The author of this cookbook, Mel Leavitt, a journalist and an historian, is known as New Orleans’ “unofficial historian.” The first half of his book is a history of the city, the restaurant, the foods, and the sisters. The second half is recipes! Again, as-if-new condition!