My Family’s Christmas Cooking Tradition: Chitlins aka Chitterlings with the recipe

Chitterlings are part of my childhood memories my mom and sister both taught me their recipe, my version is a combination of both. The smell reminds me of getting ready to go to my Auntie or my Momo house. Continue reading My Family’s Christmas Cooking Tradition: Chitlins aka Chitterlings with the recipe

Bey Day Brunch table d’hôte at Arnaud’s

Sunday, September 1st, celebrate Queen Bey’s Birthday at Arnaud’s Restaurant with this exclusive Table D’hôte Menu (offered in addition to the Jazz  Brunch Menu) and performances by famous New Orleans drag queens, Laveau Contraire, Debbie with a “D,” and Coca Mesa. In addition to the restaurant’s a la carte brunch menu, guests can enjoy an exclusive, four-course menu, as well as themed cocktail selections. Bey … Continue reading Bey Day Brunch table d’hôte at Arnaud’s

My Nola Life-What I know and may not know about Juneteenth

I wonder why isn’t Juneteenth celebrated on a larger scale in New Orleans, primarily when the city is known to celebrate some of the strangest things. We have festivals for food, a voodoo fest, a Greek Fest, a whiskey fest, and the list of fest goes on. Is it the sensitivity of the issue at hand that has some cringing at the even written word “J.U.N.E.T.E.E.N.T.H? Is it not celebrated as it should, because some think it’s “just for black” as if white people didn’t assist in this life-changing day? Is it hard for some to accept that Slavery did happen and by way of their lineage? Can we stop avoiding “The Talk”about the day African Americans became “real people” to the government? It happened and we need to celebrate days, events such as Juneteenth together to prevent slavery from happening again. Continue reading My Nola Life-What I know and may not know about Juneteenth

My Family’s Christmas Cooking Tradition: Chitlins aka Chitterlings

Chitterlings are part of my childhood memories my mom and sister both taught me their recipe, my version is a combination of both. The smell reminds me a getting ready to go 😆 to my Auntie or my Momo house. Not very ppl eat them anymore but, I will continue to cook them. With all that said who want some??? My Auntie Grace Hollins not here to eat them all. 😆 Dionne Miller Continue reading My Family’s Christmas Cooking Tradition: Chitlins aka Chitterlings

NOLA Kitchen Talk & Pecan Candy “Pralines”

Hello everyone it’s ya girl, women, The Nola Chic, I decided to switch it up a bit and make a video that started out as a Facebook Live stream about 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 lead to the title “NOLA Kitchen Talk and Pecan Candy.” I received lots of great … Continue reading NOLA Kitchen Talk & Pecan Candy “Pralines”