Think you are not a fan of salmon? This recipe will win you over.
Do you often find yourself too busy to cook but still want to put a home-cooked meal on the table? One of the best timesaving tips I know is to make-ahead and freeze.
Mardi Gras season is upon us. There are parties to attend and dishes to bring to help celebrate. There’s also a super big football game (we shall not speak its name) this weekend. In short, there is another wave of party food headed our way.
Inspiration for your next big party is as close as Alvin Kamara. Last year, in his rookie season, the Saints running back sensation told Sports Illustrated, in colorful language not suited for a family newspaper, that he took his signing bonus, pu…
Well-cared-for-cast-iron skillets are the backbone of Louisiana cooking. From stove top to oven, they can cook just about anything.
This is my new go-to dip when company pops over to watch the big game — Buffalo Chicken Dip. It has all the flavor you crave without the mess.
“Everyday Slow Cooker: 130 Modern Recipes, with 40 Gluten-Free Dishes and 50 Multicooker Variations” by the Editors of Cooking Light, $24.99, Oxmoor House, 304 pages, paperback
When hearty dishes and dark days threaten to overwhelm the appetite and spirit, winter salads add brightness. Citrus, savory green things and root vegetables can be combined endlessly.
With a chill in the air, nothing warms me up quite like a bowl of soup. These one-pot meals are hearty, satisfying and, best of all, an easy cleanup.
It looks like a bowl of brown, with white beans and turkey or chicken bobbing in the broth. But the depth of flavor in this White Chili belies the appearance of the simple dish.
When you give a gift of a sweet treat or a home-cooked meal, what you're really giving is the gift of time. And, as we get older, we know there's nothing more precious.
Citrus season is in full swing here in south Louisiana. The limbs of fruit trees are weighed down by beautiful globes of juicy sweet fruit, and farmers markets are overflowing with the harvests.
You're probably too busy with Thanksgiving to read a column about leftovers today, but save it for later so you won't miss out on why a James Beard Award-winning chef thinks leftovers from this traditional meal taste better.
“Everyday Dorie: The Way I Cook” by Dorie Greenspan, Rux Martin Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 356 pages, hardcover, $35
Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve were slow at Commander’s Palace when she was a kid, said Ti Martin, co-proprietor of the restaurant in New Orleans' Garden District.
The holidays are a magical time of fun and festivities with parties and events at every turn. But, before you know it, they can turn into one of the busiest, most stressful seasons making your to-do list longer than ever.
The weather is finally starting to cool off just as football season is starting to heat up. And we're on that downhill slope that has us rapidly careening toward the holiday season.
Thank you for such a warm welcome! When my column debuted in The Advocate last month, I was surprised and grateful to get so many nice comments and emails from readers. Thank you for sharing your ideas, cooking tips and recipes. I appreciate them all.