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Where to eat in New Orleans, according to Emeril Lagasse

Chef Emeril Lagasse is known worldwide for his innovative dishes, award-winning restaurants and overall exuberance. As one of the original celebrity chefs, Emeril has hosted more than 2,000 shows on the Food Network throughout his career. 1,191 more words

Travel

How To Identify Maryland's Venomous Snakes

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Warmer temperatures means that it’s not uncommon to come across some slithery creatures in Maryland.

Most of the snakes found in Maryland are not venomous — like the Northern brown snakes, rat snakes and garter snakes. 209 more words

News

Guilty, or Not

Things are not always what they seem; the first appearance deceives many…

~Phaedrus

You may have noticed some long lapses in my blog posts. These past few weeks have been busier than usual, not so much for work, but for personal reasons – a wedding and honeymoon trip to Yellowstone (more on that soon). 638 more words

Natural History

Snake-Oil Salesman

Begone, Snake-Oil Salesman.
My body has lain in the clear running spring
in these very mountains, and has
risen, the effervescence settling over my skin… 79 more words

Poetry

Kiefer & Rauschenberg

Practice Development : Final Major Project

MA in Photography, Falmouth University, Module 5

Figure 1

Kiefer

My tentacles are triggered by finding artists who work with imagery on ‘solid’ media. 451 more words

Final Major Project

How Americans fell in love with hot sauce

If you were to look for a geographic connection between Buffalo wings, East Carolina barbecue sauce and Texas brisket, you might be surprised to find the thread leading back to Louisiana – or more specifically, Louisiana-style hot sauce. 1,123 more words

History + Culture