I Spent 12 Hours Eating Everything at a LSU Tailgate
I’m instantly handed sausage, fried soft-shell crab, and a deep-fried Twinkie—which probably shouldn't have shared fryer oil with the crab.
Wild Photos of Louisiana's Rural Mardi Gras Bacchanals
Courir de Mardi Gras gets grittier outside New Orleans.
How to Make Trout Amandine, the Greatest Dish that Smells Like Chemical Warfare
According to John Besh, the scent of "toasted almonds are the first sign of a chemical attack, and if you smell this, you'll probably be dead within 15 minutes."
Classic Pickled Shrimp Recipe
Simple and classic, pickled shrimp are the perfect party appetizer–or bloody Mary garnish.
Disney Posted a 'Healthy' Gumbo Recipe and the Internet Went Berserk
Kale is kale and gumbo is gumbo and never the twain shall meet.
Meet the British Chef Bringing Louisiana Oysters to London
Birmingham-born chef Tom Browne of Louisiana-inspired pop-up Decatur wants to show London diners that Southern American food is about more than mac ‘n’ cheese. “I remember eating these oysters at a friend’s,” he says. “I just tweaked it with pecorino...
Meet the Chef Earning $1,000 Per Plate to Cook for Floyd Mayweather
Chef Q—a.k.a. Quiana Jeffries—is personal chef to world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather. I called her up to find out more about the woman behind the champ—a chef who enjoys cooking for womens’ shelters as much as she does filthy rich, eccentric boxers.
Meet the Woman Who Invented New Orleans' Version of Kosher Cuisine
A Jewish centenarian living in New Orleans recalls her family's adaptation of local flavors, creating a hybrid kosher-Creole cuisine.
Fuck, That's Delicious: New Orleans (Trailer)
Watch a preview of Action Bronson as he and his cousin hit the bayou and eat their way around New Orleans in the next episode of Fuck, That's Delicious. Airing Wednesday October 1st.
Trout Amandine Recipe
John Besh's favorite childhood dish from New Orleans.
Chef's Night Out: Tory McPhail
We headed down to New Orleans to hang with Tory McPhail, chef at Commander's Palace, who showed us that a night out in the French Quarter is best spent drinking whiskey, eating Creole food, and drinking more whiskey.
New Orleans Invented America's First Fusion Cuisine
I was told early on in my cooking career that if you want to be a really great chef, you should move to New York City, but if you really want to learn how to cook, you move to New Orleans. I followed those directions, and have watched The Big Easy...