food

NolaVie
12:17 am
Fri December 19, 2014

Making Groceries At The French Market

Crescent City Farmers Market offers fresh, locally produced foods to NOLA communities.
Credit Crescent City Farmers Market

Kathryn Parker has been at the helm of the Crescent City Farmers Market for just one year. Taking over from the organization's original leader, Richard McCarthy, who went on to become the Executive Director of Slow Food America, Kate says it’s been a year that has flown by so quickly, one with a never-ending learning curve.

“I thought I knew a lot about growing seasons,” she says. “But the more time I spend with the market, the more I am learning."

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Food
4:55 pm
Thu December 18, 2014

Where Y'Eat: When Wintry Cravings Trump Temperature

Muriel's Jackson Square wearing its holiday finery during a season of hearty food cravings in a subtropical city.
Ian McNulty


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WRKF
4:21 pm
Mon December 15, 2014

Food Bank Asks: On a Scale of 1-to-3, How Nutritious is that Donation?

Originally published on Thu December 18, 2014 10:58 am

Second Harvest Food Bank is the largest in Louisiana, serving over 200,000 people each year. Three quarters of clients at the pantries Second Harvest supplies say they regularly rely on the food they get there to make ends meet. In the same survey, over a third of pantry clients say they have a family member with diabetes. So Second Harvest is starting to pay closer attention to the nutrition of the food they distribute.

 


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Louisiana Eats!
5:00 am
Sat December 13, 2014

Why I Decided To Keep The Family Business Alive

Liam Callahan, right, separates the curds from the whey in a 400 gallon vat of Carmody cheese at Bellwether Farms in Petaluma, California.
Credit Brian Streeter

At one point in their lives, each of our guests had to choose whether or not they would inherit a family business. The answer didn't always come quickly, and most of them had to change the business to make it their own, but each decided to carry their family's tradition to the next generation.

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Food
3:26 pm
Thu December 11, 2014

Where Y'Eat: Molly's At The Market, Now From The Market

A spectrum of greens, and many other vegetables, are the basis for a unique market-to-pub bar food menu at Molly's at the Market.
Ian McNulty


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WRKF
7:45 am
Tue December 9, 2014

History Matters: Fruitcake's checkered past begs historical context

First published in 1885, this was the first Creole cookbook ever printed, and it includes a recipe for fruitcake.

Fruitcake is one of the most ridiculed holiday traditions, but for many families, it is one with a rich history. Marilyn Joiner has graciously shared two of her go-to fruitcake recipes. 

Splendid Fruitcake

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Food
11:26 am
Fri December 5, 2014

Where Y'Eat: The Ever-Expanding Tortilla Wraps Around New Orleans

A trio of tacos from Del Fuego Taqueria in New Orleans.
Ian McNulty


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Louisiana Eats!
5:00 am
Fri December 5, 2014

From Kitchens To Cocktails — Entertaining Louisiana Eats! Style

A couple gathers together at an office party in 1957.
flickr/Seattle Municial Archives

With so much to do during the holidays and so little time to do it, they often don't feel like "the most wonderful time of the year." But if you pocket a word of wisdom from our guests, perhaps you'll be able to go about the next couple weeks breathing easier. 

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Community
7:26 am
Tue December 2, 2014

VEGGI Farmer's Cooperative Creates Jobs By Growing Healthy Food

Thanh Nguyen is one of the farmer's at VEGGI Farmer's Cooperative
Eve Abrams

VEGGI is a community member owned and operated farmer’s cooperative based out of New Orleans East, Louisiana. VEGGI Farmer's Cooperative is dedicated to empowering growers in the Greater New Orleans area, starting in New Orleans East, in order to create sustainable, high quality jobs that enhance the quality of life of communities through increasing local food access and promotion of sustainable agriculture. 


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Louisiana Eats!
2:00 pm
Wed November 26, 2014

Gratitude And Giving: Thanksgiving 2014

Credit Marjory Collins

The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is the oldest Orthodox Church in America. For 150 years the members of the church have passed down their traditions bit by bit, day by day. But now that our culture has changed and fewer people have extra time on their hands, the culture could be in jeopardy of being lost. This week on Louisiana Eats! we'll speak with the women of the church as they prepare finikia to hear their thoughts about community, family and heritage. 

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