Bread Pudding Souffle at Commander's Palace
The Dish: Creole Bread Pudding Souffle
The Story: New Orleans is known for many things ... and for culinary aficionados, Commander's Palace is definitely one of them. Chef Tory McPhail offers all sorts of inspiring Creole and Louisiana cuisine on his benevolent Bayou menu. This Bread Pudding Souffle -- the "Queen of Creole Desserts" -- may take the proverbial cake though. It comes out of the oven puffy, gooey and with a warm whiskey sauce that's served table-side. Don't forget to leave 20 minutes for preparation.