If this year, with fewer people at the table, you end up with more leftover turkey than usual, here's a great way to use it.
Thien Nguyen's love for food began in his childhood when his Vietnamese family would gather at his grandmothers' houses on Saturdays and Mondays for family dinners.
Tickets are on sale for the Holiday Gingerbread House Workshop set for 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 27 at the Young Chefs Academy of Baton Rouge, 7970 Jefferson Highway.
Louisiana-based Waitr is teaming with local restaurant partners to support area food banks, which need donations more than ever before as the holidays approach.
During this age of “corona business,” as my daughter calls it, I've found myself with some extra time. Working from home, I save those minutes I spent commuting and running out for lunch and errands.
Lots of people are holding small gatherings this year, and area restaurants are stepping up to serve those who don’t want to cook a full Thanksgiving meal for only a few people.
Total Wine & More, which bills itself as the nation’s largest independent fine wine retailer, has applied for a permit to open a location in the Siegen Village Shopping Center.
All Baton Rouge area Wendy's restaurants are offering a Veterans Day free breakfast to military veterans from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Chef Peter Sclafani and Kiva Guidroz have signed a lease for the former Rum House building on Perkins Road and plan to open a new restaurant in early 2021.
You won't find any flashy signs pointing the way to Southern Cofé in Scotlandville, and owner Horatio Isadore likes it that way.
Chef Robert Vasquez, of PePe’s Sonoran Cuisine in Covington, was crowned the 2020 King of Louisiana Seafood on Nov. 2 at the Capitol Park Museum to wrap up the 13th annual Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off.
Hogs for the Cause teams are selling barbecue sandwiches and tailgate platters to benefit the Hogs Family Residence at Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital.
In the old days (you know, pre-coronavirus), right now you might be chomping down on a deep-fried Oreo at the fair.
The Cottonport Bank, 6500 Corporate Blvd., is holding Burgers 4 Badges, giving first responders free burgers, chips, drinks and gifts from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 29.
ST. FRANCISVILLE — The Francis Southern Table & Bar is more than a place to get good southern food. It's a destination.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, local blood provider Vitalant and food delivery company Waitr are partnering to launch a two-week blood drive to help Baton Rouge patients through life-saving blood and plasma donations.
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux said it has taken on an Atlanta-based private equity firm as a strategic partner to help the Baton Rouge-based chain reach its goal of opening 150 locations over the next 5 years.
Charles Wilford's grandfather was not going to let him run the streets. And that's how he learned to cook.
Well-known local chef Jay Ducote always puts on a good show, and we're sure it will be no different when the East Baton Rouge Parish Library hosts "Stir the Pot with Jay Ducote" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, on Facebook Live.
If you've traveled to Mexico, you may have enjoyed cochinita pibil, a dish that's made by rubbing a whole suckling pig with warm spices and juice from bitter oranges, then wrapping it in banana leaves and slowly pit-roasting it until it is tender.
The new location of the Great American Cookie Company and Marble Slab Creamery combination store opened today, Oct. 7, in the City Square Shopping Center at the corner of Bluebonnet Boulevard and Highland Road.
The Friends of the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden is putting a different spin on its long-standing fall fundraiser in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Copper Alvarez, executive director of the Big River Economic and Agricultural Development Alliance, has announced her retirement, effective in December.