With Thanksgiving in the books, and a little nip in the air, that can only mean one thing: it's soup weather.
Like many of you, I’m sitting here wondering how it’s November already, not to mention only a week before Thanksgiving! But here we are, sliding into the holidays like butter on a hot griddle.
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Because the main component of this dish is green beans, I would like to say it is healthy. It is not. It is, however, delicious.
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.
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."
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.
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.
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.
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.
Claudia Fowler penned a recent "Human Condition" column for the paper where she mentioned how fig preserves tend to be one of those love 'em or hate 'em kinds of food.
Figs — in all shapes, colors and sizes — are ripening all over the South. And what memories these oh-so-delicious fruits bring to mind.
Fourth of July weekend is here, which is truly my favorite holiday. It’s close to my birthday, there is a big hot dog eating contest which always gives me a good laugh, and it looks like the fireworks are back on in most places.
You can still find Louisiana strawberries at farmers markets and local grocers, so scoop some up to make this Strawberry Basil Jam.
Sometimes your mom wants you to make a fuss on Mother’s Day. Sometimes she just wants a simple meal and the luxury of a quiet house all to herself.