New Orleans Jazz Fest and Crawfish Talk Today is the last day of Jazz Fest 2014 [http://nojazzfest.com/], and I did not go this year. Just too much on my plate, I
Dandelion: A Healthy Green of Spring On my recent Food Meets Faith pilgrimage to the Holy Land [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/food-meets-faith-in-the-holy-land-magdalena-restaurant] , I had the pleasure of spending a day in Jericho, which
“Best Chefs” Fête to Benefit Children’s Hospital & Culinary Scholarships Children’s Hospital [http://www.chnola.org/] and the American Culinary Federation – New Orleans [http://acfno.org/] will honor 30+ top Louisiana chefs
An Early Holiday Gift Idea I’m not much for Christmas music, Christmas commercials, and the onslaught of Christmas advertising before the month of November even starts. Actually, I would prefer to celebrate
Modern Day Alchemy: A Chef’s Perspective on the Sweet Science of Creole Cooking In the September / October issue of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture magazine, Chef Anthony Scanio of Emeril’s Delmonico shared his
Fr. Leo Joins Us on Around The Table Food Show On Friday, June 7, Fr. Leo Patalinghug of GraceBeforeMeals.com joined us as a guest on the Around The Table Food Show. Fr.
Discovering Heirloom Tomatoes – A guest post by Elizabeth Bernard Higgs Meet the Paul Robeson Tomato [https://www.google.com/search?q=paul+robeson+tomato&hl=en&rlz=1C1TSNO_enUS496US496&source=lnms&tbm=isch&
A Blood Orange Martini? There’s something about blood oranges. Something almost… dangerous? I remember the first time I saw and ate a blood orange. It was in Milan. 1993. I went to
Drago’s Seafood Restaurant Is Open For Business Drago’s is open again. At least the downtown location is. It opened just two days after Hurricane Isaac hit New Orleans. The original location
You’ve heard that soup is good food, right? Well, this Chicken Tortilla Soup is really good food. The mix of chicken, cheese and tomatoes in this soup is truly a beautiful thing.
Chicken stock is an absolute necessity in our house. For years I bought cans of chicken stock at the grocery store. Then I discovered how easy and inexpensive it is to make a
Gluten Free? I never thought I would make a gluten-free gumbo. As a matter of fact, I never thought that I would think about making a gluten-free gumbo. 😉 So, what happened? Recently, I’