When I was typing the title to this post, all I could think about was, “Give peas a chance”. A great slogan I saw on a t-shirt at the Asheville VegFest this year. I think peas deserve a chance, especially
I was recently in New Orleans for the annual International Food Bloggers Conference, always an amazing three days of learning, networking, and, of course, eating. It is, after all, a food blogger conference. Long days requiring lots of coffee to
Walking to New Orleans, “it’s time I’m walkin’ to New Orleans, yes. I’m walkin’ to New Orleans”, get that classic Fats Domino song in your head and come along with me. “New Orleans is my home, that’s the reason why
Take a tour around Louisiana and you will find stuffed bread, also known as pistolettes, on many menus, from fancy restaurants to truck stops. There are so many varieties of stuffed bread. The stuffing can range from Cajun specialties like
Green Onion Madness, that is what I called my latest TV Segment. It was a fun morning talking all things green onion, yes, who knew green onions could be so much fun! Green onions remind me of Jack and the Beanstalk.
For every food blogger, chef, and recipe developer there are test days in the kitchen. Test days in my kitchen are my favorite, except for the countless dirty dishes that seem to accumulate every time I turn my back.
Stuffed Jalapenos or jalapeno poppers as they’re often called. It’s hard to believe there was a time not too long ago when they were not around. Now they “pop ” up on menus and grocery stores everywhere. Some are
Not only is it Father’s Day weekend, but the first official day of summer is close behind. The time for grilling parties and BBQ’s is here! In South Louisiana I’m not sure why the grilling season has to be during
Lately, the papers have been filled with Father’s Day advertisements. There’s always at least one worth a good chuckle, like the ad showing a dad dressed up in a tie standing over a hot grill. One year I saw an
I want to say it’s hot, but considering it’s just the first day of June in South Louisiana, I know better. For I know a day will come in August, when I will be wishing for this 90 degree day.