Leah Chase

Louisiana Eats!
5:00 pm
Fri December 6, 2013

Investigating Health Care In Louisiana's Restaurants

Credit flickr/Erix!

This week's edition of Louisiana Eats! investigates health care in the restaurant industry from an insider's point of view. We'll hear about life in the kitchen and the toll it takes on the workers who prepare our food.

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Food
9:58 am
Fri May 24, 2013

A Seat At The Table With The 'Queen Of Creole Cuisine'

Transcript

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Martin Luther King, Jr., Thurgood Marshall, Sarah Vaughan, Duke Ellington. That sounds like the guest list of a party you wish you'd been invited to. And in a way, you were, because all of these famous names were regular visitors to one of New Orleans' best loved restaurants.

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Food
4:25 pm
Thu May 23, 2013

Where Y'Eat: Raising A Glass To Honor An Icon

The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience is underway across the city.
Courtesy of NOWFE.

When the New Orleans Wine & Food Experience honors Leah Chase this weekend, it will be using a potent symbol of hospitality to toast one of the city's enduring examples of what hospitality is all about.

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Latest News
2:02 pm
Mon December 31, 2012

Top Chefs to Toast Creole Cooking Icon at Gala

Top New Orleans chefs will be cooking up some of their finest fare in a salute to one of their own — the city's queen of Creole cuisine, Leah Chase.

Chefs John Besh, John Currence, Susan Spicer and John Folse will be cooking at a Jan. 5 gala celebrating Chase's 90th birthday and the launch of the Edgar "Dooky" Jr. and Leah Chase Family Foundation. The couple's granddaughter, Tracie Griffin, says the foundation's goal is to promote their work in the culinary arts, music and social reform.

Louisiana Eats!
5:00 am
Wed December 26, 2012

2012 Year in Review

This past spring, Terrance Osborne designed this year's official New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival poster.

As we look back at the past year we'll listen to some of our fan favorite interviews on Louisiana Eats!, including Leah Chase, Terrance Osborne, and Aaron McCargo.

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Louisiana Eats!
5:52 pm
Wed April 18, 2012

Canvases & Crabs

One of Gustav Blache's painting on display at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

On this week's Louisiana Eats! we'll be joined by painter Gustave Blache to talk about his portraits of culinary icon Leah Chase. And then Rusty Gaude speaks about the new sustainable status of the Louisiana blue crab.

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Louisiana Eats!
11:07 am
Thu January 26, 2012

Leah Chase Makes 89 and Joe Baker Makes Tea for Two

Chef Leah Chase celebrated her 89th birthday with Louisiana Eats.

On this week of Louisiana Eats we'll spend the day with New Orleans' culinary icon, Leah Chase, to celebrate her birthday. Plus Poppy speaks with Longue Vue Gardens' Joe Baker about their Two for Tea event.

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All Things New Orleans
7:41 pm
Thu December 29, 2011

Kermit Ruffins, Leah Chase, and the residents of the New Orleans batture

On this year-end edition of All Things New Orleans we highlighting some of our most interesting stories from 2011. We'll hear from Kermit Ruffins, Leah Chase, and the residents of the New Orleans batture.

Jack Hopke is your host for WWNO's weekly news magazine.

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Notes from New Orleans
4:34 pm
Thu September 15, 2011

Dooky Chase's Art Collection

One of the paintings by Elizabeth Catlett at Dooky Chase restaurant.

New Orleans, LA – WWNO, in collaboration with Nolevie.com, brings you "Notes from New Orleans," a peek inside the unique life and culture of our region. This week Sharon Litwin is visiting Dooky Chase restaurant to satiate her appetite. However, Litwin isn't longing for the food this time around.

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Louisiana Eats!
6:01 pm
Wed April 20, 2011

Dooky Chase Traditions - Past and Present

Chef Leah Chase

Fried Chicken a la Leah Chase

Serves 4 - 6

1 whole chicken, cut into pieces
Salt and pepper
Flour
Oil for deep frying

Rinse the chicken piece thoroughly and pat dry. Liberally season the chicken with salt and pepper, then dredge in all-purpose flour. Heat the oil to 350 degrees and add the chicken to the hot oil making sure not to crowd the pot with too many pieces at one time. Set a timer for 20 minutes and when the timer rings, remove the chicken from the oil and drain on a rack. Serve immediately.

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