“One thing about it, we’re not going nowhere,” Young affirmed. “In New Orleans, we don’t die, we multiply. This culture is gonna get bigger and better. There are more up and coming artists. We’re gonna continue to thrive. But I’m very happy to see this program in college. I never thought I’d see the day. Oh my goodness, I know my mother is so happy right now.”
To celebrate the holidays, Le Pavillon Hotel’s signature restaurant, Bijoux, is hosting an à la carte Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 28 from 1-10 p.m. Bijoux welcomes guests to pick […]
Thanksgiving Cooking & Girl Talk with NOLA Chic & DaTwist Mastr: New Orleans Stuffed Bell Peppers & The No’s of Potato Salad
I know some of yall Old School Cooks have your tables set🍽, pies and cakes 🥮🥧in the oven, seasonings chopped, turkey 🦃soaking in a brine or injected with some flavorful […]
Felton Hurst Sr., their son, worked as a skycap before he stepped into the lead cook role in 1994. Now seventy-six, he arrives six days a week before seven to […]
If you’re looking for a new spin on Sunday Brunch location I highly recommend that you head to one of my favorite hotels in the city to dine at Seaworthy – the oyster bar and sustainable seafood restaurant set in a classic Creole cottage from executive chef Justin Koslowsky [previously […]
Winn-Dixie and Port Orleans are teaming up this October to raise money for Ochsner Cancer Institute, and we invite you to join us for a series of Happy Hour events to bring more awareness to this amazing cause, and more “HAPPYness” to this special community! · Special Port Orleans Beer Tastings · Delicious Tailgate Food Samples · Mystery Gift Card Giveaways · Special Guests, Entertainment and MORE…
The specific lot of half gallons was produced on August, 26, 2019 at the Sylacauga, Alabama plant. The ice cream was distributed to nine states; Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
The recalled product has the code “082621222” labeled on top of the lid. If this matches the ice cream in your fridge, Blue Bell says to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
I’m so happy Louisiana wasn’t affected or my favorite flavors. It’s a must that I have my Butter Pecan and Wedding Cake available at all times in case of a foodie emergency.
What I love about the history of cooking Red Beans and Rice is that is was about survival, making something taste good out of a little of nothing. You can feed a family of 4-6 people with one bag of red beans and the parts of meat what was known as throw away parts back in the days of slavery and segregation.
link.medium.com/r7Adsqxpz0 The lawsuit is a reminder that St. Roch was built, strategically, upon the bones of an old public market. Donaldson wrote that he still sees the vendors as part of that tradition, entrepreneurs who serve the community.
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The organizers of the 4th Annual Beignet Fest presented by French Market Coffee have released the following information for people attending the event on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds. Tickets General Admission is […]