Monthly Archives: April 2018

Gumbo for 300

I’ve celebrated a 1976 bicentennial, a 1986 sesquicentennial, a 2013 quincentennial, but the “tennial” that really excites me is this year’s tricentennial of the City of New Orleans – 300 years of delicious food. Well, 296 years if the legend … Continue reading

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East Texas Gumbo:  Memorable Recipes from a Mellow Voice

I’ve only known two people named Horace, and one I didn’t really know, but his mellow, deep Texas twang filled my home every morning while I corralled three boys for school and he read the Farm and Ranch News for … Continue reading

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The Frying Pan Revolt – A New Orleans Culinary Legend

New Orleans is turning 300 this year and the travel industry is celebrating.  American Airlines featured the Crescent City’s birthday in its March issue of American Way, the slick magazine tucked in the back of the passenger seat.  Along with … Continue reading

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