Oak Street Po-Boy Festival
That noise rising from the Riverbend neighborhood Nov. 3? That’s the sound of thousands of po’boy fans munching on more than 60-plus variations of the city’s signature sandwich. From the traditional (hot sausage, fried shrimp) to the not-so (escargot, smothered rabbit,) to the way-out-there (pork belly-deviled egg, duck debris with goose-fat fried duck skin), there’s something for every appetite.
Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival
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The Best Part Of The Intermittent Fasting Diet Fad? Breaking It.
It’s hard to imagine not eating in New Orleans. That said, the nationwide diet craze, intermittent fasting (IF), means no food for an extended period of time (12-20 or more hours). Sounds outlandish, but IF (along with low carb, plant-based, vegan and gluten-free) is a thing. True story: A certain food writer (me) has been doing IF for months, and is always hunting restaurants with cool menus, late lunch hours and great food to end the fast.
Words To Eat By
Ok, full disclosure: The first book listed below is my new cookbook. Yes, it’s cheeky of me to list it here and to write about myself, but I’m really proud of this book. I’m also extremely happy to give press to three friends—and now, fellow authors—who also have recently released cookbooks. I highly encourage any food/cooking collector to add these to their shelf.
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Fall Food Fests
Thanksgiving may be the big November meal, but you’ll find lots to chew on around town in the weeks leading up to Turkey Day.
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Ultimate Crescent City travel guide.