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Viva Cuba!

Cuba and New Orleans are tied together in many ways, from our Creole flavors to our laid back attitude – but maybe most of all, in our music. Back in December of 2015, Louisiana Eats host Poppy Tooker had the opportunity to join the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on their landmark visit to Cuba for…

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Gelato Cocktail

When you’re starting a new business, every consultant will tell you, rule number one is – make sure your business solves a problem that people want solved. That last part of the sentence is considered to be vital. If you don’t have a product that people are looking for, you’ll never sell it and your business…

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What’s The Buzz? – Louisiana Eats – It’s New Orleans

The humble little honey bee is one of the most important players in our ecosystem. On this week’s show, we circle the globe in pursuit of a honey of a tale. We begin right here in our own backyard at the Audubon Zoo. While more exotic creatures may be what draw the crowds, both native…

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Tammany Taste Quick Bite: David Blossman – Louisiana Eats – It’s New Orleans

David Blossman is a man ahead of his time. Long before it was legal for him to drink, David was experimenting with home brewing, making small batches of beer as a hobby. At 17 years old, he invested his teenage savings into what would become the Abita Brewing Company. Over 30 years later, he’s now…

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To Ignatious With Love: A Culinary Tribute To: A Confederacy Of Dunces – Louisiana Eats – It’s New Orleans

John Kennedy Toole’s novel A Confederacy of Dunces is internationally revered for having captured the essence and eccentricity of New Orleans – and for introducing readers to its larger-than-life protagonist, Ignatius J. Reilly. On this week’s show, we take a culinary look between the pages of the book that, 37 years ago, was posthumously awarded…

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Personal Finance and The Public Record – Out to Lunch – It’s Acadiana

Until a few years ago, if you wanted to know what’s going on in the world or in your backyard, you had to buy a newspaper. Today we primarily get our news online. In this information society we expect information to be free. That trend has led to the well-documented demise of the daily paper….

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Flavors Of The African Diaspora – Louisiana Eats – It’s New Orleans

On this week’s show, we speak with three James Beard Award-winners to explore the history and culture of African American cooking and learn how African flavors are inspiring new dishes today. We begin with soul food scholar Adrian Miller, who describes his book, Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, as love-letter to…

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Keto, Carbs & Cocktails – Louisiana Eats – It’s New Orleans

Whether your dietary concerns are based on weight loss, muscle gain, or heart health, there’s so much information and professional advice out there that it’s hard to know who to believe or what to eat. On this week’s show, we hear from the experts on everything from the current diet du jour, keto, to omega-3…

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Change The Channel, Please – Louisiana Eats – It’s New Orleans

Reality food TV may be a boon for networks, but what happens to local chefs and restaurants after the cameras stop rolling? On this week’s Louisiana Eats, we talk to people who have participated in food TV in its various forms, with varying results. We begin with Helen Freund, restaurant critic and dining editor at…

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Sight Sound and Sales – Out to Lunch – It’s Acadiana

As humans, we have two ways to communicate. Sight and sound. We started out beating on wooden logs and scratching figures onto the walls of caves. We’ve evolved to where we are today – talking to a hand-held device and telling it to play music or movies. The biggest part of those millions of years of artistic…

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