Enjoy Louis Armstrong's Recipe For Ham Hocks And Red Beans

You know him as the voice of early Jazz, some called him Satchmo while others simply referred to him as Pops. Louis Armstrong was the charming and ridiculously talented Ambassador of the early Jazz scene, the performer of hits like "What A Wonderful World" and "Ain't Misbehavin" which are still beloved to this day, even by folks who otherwise can't stand Jazz.

Louis' sign off in letters read “Red Beans and Ricely Yours, Louis Armstrong” which friends and family found adorable, if a bit odd, until they tried his famous Ham Hocks and Red Beans. Now you can try your hand at making Ham Hocks and Red Beans the Satchmo way with his favorite recipe, perfect for celebrating your in-laws finally leaving town after the holidays, or simply because you like to get down with some down home cookin'!

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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