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America’s Next Top Fried Bird?

In honor of National Fried Chicken Day, which occurred this past July 6, I decided to investigate other fried birds. Though I have tried deep fried turkey and duck, I […]

Noshin’ on Buffalo

New Orleans has been home to mini-burgers, otherwise known as sliders for generations. Until a few years ago, the best place to find sliders in the city was either Tastee […]

Loco Por Tacos

Food trucks have been around for years, first gaining popularity in New York City, and recently expanding to cities throughout the United States. Los Angeles adopted this mobile food distribution […]

Music and Food: Passions That Sell

I can’t remember who said this to me, but I always thought it was ironic. A friend came to my house and noticed that I have a huge cookbook collection, […]

Swedish Meatballs Recipe

This is almost unfair, but I’m going to do it anyway. I’m going to share my recipe for Swedish meatballs. I’m also going to make a prediction about what’s going […]

Burn, Brûlée, Burn!

The best brûlée in town is definitely at Café Degas, but between visits, it’s nice to know that there is temporary relief, such as crème brûlée pie. The pie route is […]


On our way up First Street the weekend before Mardi Gras, we ran into chickens promenading around a Garden District mansion. Today, I spotted chickens on Louisiana about a block […]

Tit for Lunch

Okay, not really tit. It’s probably spelled thit, but either way it’s the tit that puts the pork in the Vietnamese po-boy. After trying one made by the church ladies […]

Impossible Pie

We had some friends over for dinner last week and the discussion turned to pie. So I had to revisit our Katrina story. After the storm, my darling homeless husband […]

Pairing Food and Wines…

…isn’t something I do that often, mainly because I guess I’m not a wine connoisseur. I know what I like, sort of. So last night I attended one of the […]