Leftover Fried Chicken–yes I can almost hear you say, “Is there such a thing?” It was for hubby and me the day after Mardi Gras. Believe it or not it, Mardi Gras day is the only day of the year
In November of last year, I had the honor of judging the World Food Championship dessert category while attending the World Food Championship Blogger Summit in Orange Beach, Alabama. I was part of a lucky selective few. Lucky for so many reasons: one,
I can almost hear you saying, “White beans in the summer, you’ve lost your mind!” I know white beans are not exactly what many would consider summer fare, but something I’m sure most of us, especially in the South, have a
Grillades, pronounced gree-ahds, for those of you who don’t have the pleasure of indulging in them just about any day of the week at local restaurants. Grillades, is a Creole dish of meat–veal, pork, beef, or just about anything hunted
This past weekend, I had the pleasure of doing the Cooking Demo (Video live & uncut) at the Red Stick Farmers Market in Baton Rouge with Chef Celeste Gill. Since I was wearin’ green just a few days before for St.
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
It’s FALL y’all! That means football and gumbo here in Louisiana. While it would be better if it was a little cooler considering it is almost the first of October, Fall is a good enough reason to make a pot
Maque Choux, pronounced, “Mock Shoe”, is a classic Southern dish. The dish is said to arise from the Native Americans influence of the Acadians (Cajuns)–fresh corn and tomatoes turned into an entire meal. For me, Maque Choux is a sweet