Louisiana Cookin'

The New Orleans Kitchen

OU MAY NOTICE a common theme running through a number of chefs’ cookbooks, one that could be described as “philosophy of life.” Consider Justin Devillier, well-known New Orleans restaurant chef. In his new cookbook, (Lorena Jones Books, 2019), Justin ostensibly focuses simply on food. But read between the lines and you’re likely

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Vive la Boucherie
EVERY WINTER, my brothers and I looked forward to the boucherie, a social event that gathered neighboring German, African American, and Cajun families to slaughter several hogs. This laborious task provided fresh meat as well as smoked and salted mea
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Super Snack
AMID ALL THE INDULGING in king cake and other treats during Carnival season, it’s nice to have something light to snack on. Hummus is a delicious and crowd-pleasing appetizer, and in this recipe, we blended in roasted beets, garlic, and lemon for ext
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Piece of Cake
MAKES 10 TO 12 SERVINGS Transform canned cinnamon rolls into a beautiful king cake with this simple recipe. 2 (17.5-ounce) cans refrigerated cinnamon rolls with cream cheese icing*Yellow, green, and purple sanding sugars 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Line