Smalls Sliders, the hyper-focused cheeseburger slider drive-thru concept backed by Walk-On’s founder Brandon Landry and former NFL Quarterback Drew Brees, broke ground on a second Baton Rouge location in the Bluebonnet Village Shopping Center at 7…
If you've ever watched a cooking competition on television, at some point a contestant is going to try to make risotto, even though he or she knows they don't have enough time.
Fruits and vegetables are the stars of Louisiana Public Broadcasting's new digital-first series, "Louisiana Harvest of the Month."
Nearly 16 years after opening its doors in Mid City Baton Rouge, Bistro Byronz has moved just down Government Street to a new location in the former White Star Market.
L D Sledge, 86, is a veteran, retired attorney, cancer survivor, writer, poet, artist, chef and native Louisiana son. Now he adds cookbook author to his resume with the publication of "Cajun Delectables."
PJ’s Coffee has partnered with Ochsner Health and Ochsner Cancer Institute’s All In Against Cancer initiative to raise funds for medical treatment and new cancer therapies and research.
It’s technically cozy weather season, even though it doesn’t feel like it yet in south Louisiana. Honestly, I haven’t whined this much about the heat and humidity since that summer the air conditioning broke in my station wagon.
Tickets are on sale for author Kat Pigott's "Rougarou Stew" book signing, along with a children's cooking event from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at Red Stick Spice Co., 660 Jefferson Highway.
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers will continue its support for Kidd’s Kids, the life-changing charitable program started by legendary radio host Kidd Kraddick, by donating $1 per Box Combo sold throughout the day on Sept. 28.
The summer season is winding down, leaving us with a bevy of squash to make sides and soups for the early, yet still warm, fall days.
The third annual Farm Fête fundraiser will be held Sept. 29-30 to benefit the Red Stick Farmers Market and other programs of the Big River Economic and Agricultural Development Alliance, or BREADA.
A tropical cocktail lounge called the Lotus Lounge will be opening this fall in Soji: Modern Asian, 5050 Government St.
On Sept. 21, 10% of sales from Torchy’s Tacos, 3658 Nicholson Drive, will be donated to the American Red Cross, benefitting Hurricane Ida relief efforts.
Baton Rouge restaurant operator Stephen Hightower said he hopes to open Proverbial Wine Bistro in the Long Farm Village within the next month.
In response to the catastrophic toll that Hurricane Ida had on communities throughout south Louisiana, Walk-On’s is opening a relief kitchen at 1977 Prospect Blvd. in Houma.
Red Stick Social, 1503 Government St., is hosting a Hurricane Ida Benefit Concert with ReGeneration and The Southdown Souls + Chris LeBlanc at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17.
Churchill’s Wine and Cigars plans to move from its Jefferson Highway location into a space in the Acadian-Perkins Plaza currently occupied by Claitor’s Law Books.
Hurricane Ida and the aftermath reminds us once again that sometimes it's rough living in this little patch of paradise called south Louisiana.
Residents in the Baton Rouge area who rode out Hurricane Ida are looking to restock their fridges or get a hot meal from a restaurant.
Jennifer Brown came up with the concept of plant-based cookie dough, but her 5-year-old daughter Leah gets credit for the sprinkles.
Hannah Q Smokehouse, which got its start several years ago serving meals out of a tent, is planning to open its third location in early 2022.
Summer crops are about played out at local farmers markets, but there are still plenty of delicious ingredients to be found there. You just never know what you'll discover.
Tin Roof Brewing Co. has released its new Juke Joint Special Edition IPA called Amarillo By Morning and is planning coming-out parties for two others in the series.
Since it doesn’t look like I’ll be swirling authentic Italian pasta around my fork in Italy anytime soon, I’ve decided to make my own.