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Some time ago, maybe in the early 2000s, Emeril Lagasse was cooking on Good Morning America. And being that this was the early 2000s, he was using the old shtick; “BAM!,” “Gahhhlic,” you know how it goes. 1,815 more words

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According to Louisiana’s Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, oyster season typically begins on the first Wednesday following Labor Day and ends on April 30. But for those of us who reside in New Orleans and are too lazy to buy a calendar, there’s a far easier way to know the mollusk is ready for consumption: When… 1,313 more words

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Clesi's Crawfish

Were it not for the yearly arrival of crawfish, Louisianians would likely enter a deep depression during the spring. Football season is over and won’t return anytime soon, Mardi Gras has come and gone, and summer is too far away for us to travel in order to forget our worries. 998 more words

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Coquette: No Menu Tuesday

Going out to eat is expensive. Maybe I should refine that statement. Going out to eat at places that are worth going to is expensive. Food is cheap. 1,565 more words

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It’s not news that food culture has changed more in the past five years than it had in the previous 100. Put simply, people care… 824 more words

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Zoës Kitchen Debuts New Menu Items

The beloved Mediterranean restaurant, Zoës Kitchen, has added four delicious new menu items to their already amazing menu. Chef Antonio Iocchi, hailing from Rome, Italy, has mixed his grandmother’s love for fresh ingredients with his passion for the Mediterranean food lifestyle to create four brand new dishes for Zoës with locations in Elmwood, Veterans Blvd., and Old Metairie. 266 more words


Travel Diary: NOLA

I had the BEST time on my trip to New Orleans two weeks ago. I had been planning it with two of my besties for months so for it finally to happen was so exciting! 1,330 more words