Food

Louisiana Eats!
12:02 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

Tales Of The Cocktail Inspired By The History Of Drinking And Dining

Each July, the Hotel Monteleone becomes the epicenter for Tales of the Cocktail, an internationally attended event in celebration of the cocktail.
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Tales of the Cocktail has been shaking up the international cocktail scene since 2002. We'll speak with founder Ann Tuennerman for a retrospective of the annual event, and find out her plans for the future.

Then, we'll continue our spirited discussion by talking with the King of Cocktails, Dale Degroff. Dale outlines his involvement in the cocktail scene and discusses its return to popularity in the past decade.

Finally, we'll hear about a new collaboration between the Leidenheimer Baking Company and Tableau, a new restaurant in the French Quarter.

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Louisiana Eats!
7:38 pm
Sun June 30, 2013

Why Do Louisianians Invest In Culinary Expertise?

Students at the Louisiana Culinary Institute had their professional and personal lives taped for an entire semester for a new reality television show called "The Freshmen Class."
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The Tulane University Center for Culinary Medicine has found a new home on Broad Street. We'll be joined by the movers and shakers of the program on this week's Louisiana Eats!, including Dr. Gourmet and the country's first medical school chef.

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Food
4:31 pm
Thu June 27, 2013

Where Y’Eat: New School Po-Boys

A barbecue chicken po-boy with Korean kimchee and coleslaw from the Sammich.
Ian McNulty

While the classics endure, some chefs are turning their attentions to the po-boy and coming up with something altogether new between the bread.

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Food
4:23 pm
Thu June 20, 2013

Where Y'Eat: Getting Filipino Food At Milkfish

A preparation of milkfish (aka bangus) at the Marigny restaurant Milkfish.
Ian McNulty

New Orleanians don't have many local opportunities to try Filipino cooking. But after a chef staged a pop-up to showcase the jungly fusion of flavors from her homeland, the concept quickly blossomed into a full-fledged restaurant in the Marigny. 

Where Y'Eat: Getting Filipino Food At Milkfish

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Louisiana Eats!
5:00 am
Thu June 20, 2013

'Table Talk' From The Delta And 'Good Eggs' From The Bay

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Many people within the culinary scene of New Orleans are not originally from here. Leah Chase calls them "foreigners." We'll hear from several of those "foreigners" on this week's Louisiana Eats!

Writer Julia Reed joins us to talk about her early years in the Mississippi Delta, her travels around the world, and her home in the Crescent City. We'll also hear about a new program coming to New Orleans called Good Eggs, which connects people together online so they can source their food locally.  

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Food
4:30 pm
Thu June 13, 2013

Where Y'Eat: Keep On (Food) Trucking

Vendors and customers gather for a recent food truck event in Central City.
Ian McNulty

When it comes to finding a food truck in New Orleans, social media is usually the preferred method. But lately just checking local event listings has been a pretty reliable tool, too.

Where Y'Eat: Keep On (Food) Trucking

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Louisiana Eats!
5:00 am
Thu June 13, 2013

Let's Hear It For The Boys

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In honor of Father's Day we're chatting with the boys on this week's Louisiana Eats!.

Chocolatier Tariq Hanna joins us to discuss what inspires his work at Sucré and how cakes have brought him to the White House. Then we'll hear how Jay Bentley, a very masculine chef from Montana, imports the flavors of New Orleans to Big Sky country.

We'll also be joined by Ian McNulty, who tells us which town in Louisiana has the most mouthwatering balls — boudin balls, that is. And we round out the show with a discussion about the "chill" attitude of Louisianians from culinary heavyweight David Chang.

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Louisiana Eats!
2:11 pm
Fri May 31, 2013

Natural Food Advocates Share Their Tips For Healthy Living

Eliminating processed food from your diet does not mean you have to compromise flavor. For example, fried sage can bring a new dimension to some of your favorite dishes.
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We're cutting out processed foods on this week's Louisiana Eats! First we'll speak with Loretta Barrett Oden about the pragmatic culinary heritage of her Native American people. Then Penelope Dane joins the conversation to talk about gluten-free living. Finally, we'll wrap things up with a conversation about the different vegan dining experiences across the country.

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Food
4:25 pm
Thu May 30, 2013

Where Y’Eat: A Pair Of Pizzas Worth Some Facetime

A New York-style pie at Pizza Delicious.
Ian McNulty

Two very different restaurants at opposite ends of town are giving local afficionados of the various pizza arts plenty to chew over.

A Pair of Pizzas Worth Some Facetime

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Louisiana Eats!
12:39 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Know Your Fisherman: Louisiana Direct Seafood Mends A Forgotten Relationship

A series of technological advancements in the past decade has allowed Louisiana fishermen to sell their catches directly to the public, thereby eliminating middlemen and putting more money in their pockets.
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On this week's edition of Louisiana Eats! we hear about a new program developed by LSU that allows consumers the opportunity to buy fresh catches directly from our state's fishermen.

Then we'll visit the kitchen of GW Finns to speak with Chef Tenney Flynn about safely handling seafood before it hits the pan.

And you’ll want to hear about the secret ingredient Ryan Hughes received from one of his hip friends in California. Here’s a hint: it had to be sent through the mail in an airtight container.

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