Food

Where Y'Eat
2:58 am
Thu March 18, 2010

Now That's Regional Italian!

Food is at the heart of many St. Joseph's Day celebrations in New Orleans, though now the city has a much wider range of Italian eats available.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, LA –

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Where Y'Eat
1:47 am
Thu March 4, 2010

A Seafood Penance of Plenty

New Orleans, LA –
It's impossible to live in New Orleans without noticing the surge in local seafood consumption this time of year. Lent sets the pace, when more people embrace the Catholic custom of meatless Fridays.

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Where Y'Eat
3:31 pm
Sat February 27, 2010

Field to Fork: Chef Matt Murphy at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel

New Orleans, LA –

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Where Y'Eat
4:45 pm
Thu February 25, 2010

The Call of the Crawfish

New Orleans, LA –

You can divine the coming spring in longer days, in warmer nights and even in blossom-spiked breezes perking up. But to me, another sure harbinger of the season is something akin to litter.

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Farmers Market Minute
3:37 pm
Sat February 20, 2010

Farmers Market Lenten Fare

Where Y'Eat
3:42 pm
Thu February 18, 2010

The Taste of Tet

Traditional Vietnamese food, like banh mi sandwiches, are a centerpiece of the local Tet celebrations.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, LA – Traditional food assumes a central role during holidays. And one celebration many New Orleanians will share this weekend is no different -- only instead of turkeys and stuffing, the cornucopia at this holiday gathering will feature aromatic beef broth soups, bundles of noodles and shrimp wrapped in rice paper and batter-fried bananas by the truckload.

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Where Y'Eat
9:46 am
Sat February 13, 2010

Valentine's Flowers from Farmers Markets

New Orleans, LA –

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Where Y'Eat
2:26 pm
Thu February 11, 2010

A Different Slice of King Cake

Where Y'Eat
3:13 am
Thu February 4, 2010

A Chicken for Every Route

New Orleans, LA – It's been said that the four seasons in Louisiana aren't really winter, spring, summer and fall. Rather, for seafood lovers, the phases of the year are ordered as oyster, crawfish, crab and shrimp.

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Where Y'Eat
3:37 am
Thu January 28, 2010

A Chef's Second Chance

Matt Murphy, chef and namesake for the Ritz-Carlton's new M Bistro.

New Orleans, LA –
Last summer, New Orleans chef Matt Murphy was on death's door, brought to the very limit of his fortitude by a rare and extremely severe blood condition. Now, the 41-year-old is training to run a half marathon. He's there for his family of five children, which includes an infant and two-year-old quadruplets. And he's opening the doors to a new restaurant, M Bistro, which is named in his honor.

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