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Mixologists unite at tales of the Cocktail
From 16 to 21 July, bartenders and drinks enthusiasts will have a week long opportunity to immerse themselves in the
Celebrate King Cake Festival in New Orleans
Take your pick of the best king cakes in town at this celebration of the colourful sweet pastry.
Cajun Dirty Rice Is The One Recipe You Have To Master
Take your pick from a classic Cajun dirty rice recipe and an alternative version for raw vegans. You'll love this classic New Orleans dish.
Beignets: The Easy Recipe You've Been Looking For
Bring a taste of New Orleans home with this easy recipe for beignets - a deep fried pastry dusted with sugar that is simply irresistible.
Massimo Bottura Will Open Food for Soul Kitchens in The U.S.
Massimo Bottura will expand his Food for Soul organisation into the United States thanks to a grant from The Rockefeller Foundation.
James Beard Awards
Zachary Engel: "We Want to Express Our Heritage"
Zachary Engel, James Beard Rising Star, talks about how modern Israeli cuisine in America is becoming one of the most exciting new food scenes in the country.
Fried Oyster Po Boy Sandwich
How to make fried oyster po boy recipe, a delicious alternative to the traditional Louisiana sandwich usually prepared with fried shrimps or roast beef.
Looking for new sandwich ideas? Try an easy muffuletta sandwich recipe, a traditional dish from New Orleans prepared with salami, mortadella and pickled onions.
Chicken Po Boy
An easy recipe for chicken po boy, a delicious alternative version of the traditional Louisiana sandwich usually prepared with fried shrimps or roast beef.
Jambalaya is an iconic Louisiana dish: try this delicious shrimp jambalaya recipe, a tasty alternative to the traditional one with chorizo and jumbo shrimps.
Po' Boy Shrimp and Coleslaw Sandwich
How to make a classic fried shrimp po boy recipe, traditional sandwich from Louisiana served with coleslaw: an easy recipe for a yummy sandwich!
Not Just Cajun: Top New Orleans Restaurants to Try
New Orleans was once famous for Creole and Cajun cuisines, but it's added to its culinary repertoire with some of the most exciting tables anywhere in the USA.