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NOLA Kitchen Talk with Neauxla Chic: Cooking Pecan Candy & Spilling the Tea

Hello everyone it's ya girl, well woman Neauxla Chic and I decided to switch it up a bit and make a video, well actually it started out as a Facebook Live stream which includes talk about pecan candy, breaking down the lyrics to I.N.D.E.P.E.N.D.E.N.T by Weebie, and announcing my friend Polo NOLA's exciting news, which … Continue reading NOLA Kitchen Talk with Neauxla Chic: Cooking Pecan Candy & Spilling the Tea

Louisiana food stamp program threatened with shutdown

BATON ROUGE -- Louisiana will end the food stamp program that helps almost one in five residents by January unless lawmakers add more money to next year's budget for the social services agency. The Department of Children and Family Services is set to take a cut of about $34 million. The Legislature adopted the budget, … Continue reading Louisiana food stamp program threatened with shutdown

Tee-Eva, New Orleans Queen of Pralines has passed away

Tee-Eva of Tee-Eva Famous Pies & Pralines on Magazine St., passed away yesterday at University Medical Center. She was 83.. My condolences to her family. ⚜ The death was confirmed by Geannie Thomas, Mrs. Perry's close friend and co-founder, along with Antoinette K-Doe, of the Ernie K-Doe Baby Dolls. Eva Louis Perry, founder of Tee-Eva's … Continue reading Tee-Eva, New Orleans Queen of Pralines has passed away

Real life Ratatouille cartoon movie scene captured in a NOLA French Quarters restaurant

First of all I am terrified of mice, rats, hamsters, gerbils and all rodents and I'm creeped out typing about this. I can't look at any of the pics or videos, I had my niece download the pics to add on here. I'm sorry, but this is one area NOLA Chic hates to even speak … Continue reading Real life Ratatouille cartoon movie scene captured in a NOLA French Quarters restaurant

One of my favorite restaurants, best gumbo in NOLA, The Half Shell On The Bayou

THE HALF SHELL ON THE BAYOU Oyster Bar & Grill The best gumbo in New Orleans is at the Half Shell on Bayou Rd! No need to try to convince me otherwise,because it taste just like my Momo's and she's was the best, but passed away. I have tasted a many bowls since Hurricane Katrina … Continue reading One of my favorite restaurants, best gumbo in NOLA, The Half Shell On The Bayou

Affectionately dubbed ‘Old Sober’, the little-known New Orleans dish called yakamein is said to right even the worst symptoms of fun.

On a recent Sunday afternoon, Frenchmen Street was relatively tranquil. People still were sleeping off the night before or finishing up late-day brunches to quell any lingering after-effects. Strains of jazz – an accordion, clarinet, tuba – leaked onto the street. Rainbow-bright clapboard houses competed with the brilliant blue of the sky. But the most … Continue reading Affectionately dubbed ‘Old Sober’, the little-known New Orleans dish called yakamein is said to right even the worst symptoms of fun.

Come boogie at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo

"Come boogie at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo, New Orleans’ best free festival that’s put together by its community, for its community." About This Festival Come by the Bayou Every year, tens of thousands of people gather at Bayou St. John in New Orleans for one of the city’s most highly anticipated events, the Mid-City Bayou … Continue reading Come boogie at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo

Anthony Bourdain hits up Lafayette Popeyes — 3 times in a row: report

    By Todd A. Price tprice@nola.com, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Anthony Bourdain, the celebrity traveler and bon vivant, came to Cajun country last February to film an episode of his CNN series "Parts Unknown." Where did the former chef eat? Popeyes. Three times. Bourdain, however, didn't head to your average Popeyes, reports People magazine. He went to … Continue reading Anthony Bourdain hits up Lafayette Popeyes — 3 times in a row: report

It’s May aka ‘May the 4th be With You’Month #GeekiestMonthoftheYea

Hello my NOLA Family,  I'm pleased to share with you "Geek Out NOLA" who happenes to be a friend and fellow blogger. We are in collaboration with all things for the betterment of all and I will use my platform to share her Geek Out NOLA events that she feels are worth attending. You will … Continue reading It’s May aka ‘May the 4th be With You’Month #GeekiestMonthoftheYea

Nola F.A.M.E Food Mart Good Eats

I feel really bad bcuz I wld pass up this cornerstore and would patronize the competition, because there was way to much traffic in such a small place with no option to move around in the store, plus I'm clostraphopic. Im a shopper and I like to look at what I buy, touch it even … Continue reading Nola F.A.M.E Food Mart Good Eats

A lunch date with Nola Chic at Cafe Degas

I treated myself to a solo lunch after a stressful morning meeting at one of my favorite restaurants in the city. Cafe Degas is located at 3127 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans. Cafe Degas is a ovely cozy, romantic tree house feel for a french restaurant. An actual tree runs thru it, which is pretty cool. … Continue reading A lunch date with Nola Chic at Cafe Degas

I finally can say I had the best Eggs Benedict at Jimmy J’s Cafe in New Orleans

I stopped at Jimmy J's late in the afternoon after attending early morning sessions hosted by New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, that's another blog, but I had cravings for Eggs Benedict and I couldn't think of my fave stop that offers it. I knew Jimmy J's offerings would cure my tastes buds but I was in … Continue reading I finally can say I had the best Eggs Benedict at Jimmy J’s Cafe in New Orleans