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Part of today's Creole red bean recipe calls for "trinity ... stews and sauces. The regional cuisine of Louisiana combines onion, celery and bell peppers, the base for standard recipes such as étouffée, gumbo and jambalaya. The traditional ratio ... (Sun Sentinel)
The Creole Wild West plan to share the importance of celebrating the heritage and culture of a rare Louisiana tradition at UNSCENE!, the event series that brings national, regional and local artists to explore the Shreveport Common neighborhood. (News-Star)
Melba was born in Lucy, Louisiana. She was a devote Catholic and prayed to the Sacred heart every day prior to her illness. She had a great talent for Creole cooking. Her specialties included the best ever biscuits, lost bread, meat daube and baked ... (nola.com)
A New Orleans restauranteur, whose namesake restaurant is famous for its fried chicken and Creole dishes, has died. The Advocate reports that Edgar “Dooky” Chase died Tuesday at 88. Chase owned and operated Dooky Chase’s at 2301 Orleans Ave. (Sun Herald)
If you live along the Mississippi Gulf Coast or surrounding areas, a good Creole cookbook is essential. There are dozens out there, but I have a few favorites. Creole and Cajun cooking differ substantially. For instance Gumbo can be made in Cajun or Creole ... (Sun Herald)
The stages of grief are well known. Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance It's helpful to know the stages if you've lost a loved one through death. Understanding the stages assists in healing and is beneficial in understanding that the feelings you may be experiencing are normal. Some pe...
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