Holiday traditions, from decorations to special food and drink, is what makes a holiday a holiday. One “tradition” that seems to go with Thanksgiving is leftovers. Turkey Day’s feast always seems to be larger than our appetite to consume it at
Large cast iron pots or kettles full of jambalaya and cooks armed with paddles are a common scene in Louisiana, especially when there is football to be played or money to be raised. Tailgating can be a delightful sensory experience,
Come with me and take a step back in time. Last weekend I had the privilege to “take a step back in time” with my friend Connie. Connie grew up in the restaurant business with her parents, two brothers and a sister. Her parents
Let’s talk soup again. Vegetable Beef soup. This recipe idea to use the last cup of Vegetable Beef Soup came to me when I came across an old recipe. A recipe stuck inside a cookbook belonging to my mother. (She
Cooler temperatures have finally arrived in South Louisiana. Sometimes this means sniffles and sneezes and the dreaded winter cold. What is best to combat a cold than a piping hot bowl of chicken noodle soup. The aroma seems to calm the sniffles and sneezes almost
Thanksgiving is behind us and the leftovers are before us. My favorite part of Thanksgiving. I always make extra just to have leftovers…imagine that? Loving leftovers the way I do, I also get gifted with leftovers neighbors do not want.
Thanksgiving is over. Today is the day full of dishes to do because everyone was too tired after a day of napping and football cheering! Today is a day full of rituals, too. Is it crazy shopping, movie watching or