The road to the ‘Final Fork’ has been paved with large amounts of red beans. Over the past few weeks, throughout New Orleans, some of the best restaurants competed against each other in a head-to-head competition to see who has the best red beans. The fundraising event, which is organized by the Red Beans Parade … More The FINAL FORK in the Bean Madness Tournament has been set!
Jay Ducote is a chef, writer, speaker, entertainer and hugger based out of Baton Rouge, LA. He’s got a long bio, but to keep it short, he was a finalist on Food Network Star in 2015 and does big things in the food and beverage world. He runs a culinary media company called Bite & Booze … More How Do You Red Bean, JAY DUCOTE?
The Southern Food and Beverage Museum (SoFAB) has just introduced its spring lineup of cooking classes including the brand new Taste of Louisiana: Cajun Cuisine – an exploration of the cooking and foodways of Louisiana’s Cajun culture. These unique three-course lunch demonstrations offer an in-depth look into how to create delicious traditional dishes that … More AROUND NOLA: The Southern Food and Beverage Museum Announces New Spring Cooking Classes
At Grand Isle Resturant in New Orleans, Executive Chef Ryan Haigler has created a haven for seafood options. As an example, for appetizers, you could go for the Creole Tuna Tartare with preserved lime creme fraiche; or the PEI Mussels in a saffron wine-chili broth, served with malt vinegar aioli and olive salad crostini; or … More Grand Isle Fisherman’s Homestyle Stew