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SoFAB gives foodies a taste of the South

Chasity Pugh

October 21, 2015

Filed under Food, Life & Times

From Creole jambalaya to bananas foster, southern foodies can experience how to create NOLA dishes firsthand by participating in the “Taste of New Orleans” cooking class at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.Presented by the So...

Contemporary Issues in Food & Drink Lecture Series to present Food: Sense or Science?

Mikala Bell

October 20, 2015

Filed under Food, Life & Times

After long classes or a hard work-out, nothing feels better than to dig in to a piping-hot delicious meal. However many wonder what is the purpose of eating: nutrients, emotional elation to both? A part of the 2015 Contemporary...

Cajun vs. Creole

Cajun vs. Creole

October 12, 2015

Fine dining etiquette 101

Fine dining etiquette 101

October 10, 2015

8 Restaurants You’re Missing Out On

Taylor Galmiche

October 9, 2015

Filed under Food, The Wolf

New Orleans is a food town, no doubt. Too many great restaurants and eateries slip through the cracks of bigger names. Consider this your underground foodie list, curated by locals just for you.1. Red’s ChineseRed's Chinese fuses ne...

Nola bites after hours

Nola bites after hours

October 9, 2015

The clean, the passable and the cited

Nick Reimann

October 9, 2015

Filed under Food, The Wolf

New Orleans is world-renowned for its food, fun and festivities, and it loves letting everyone know about it. But something else that New Orleans is equally famous for, yet a little less enthusiastic about advertising, is its...

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