New Orleans is bursting with great food, drinks, music, art, history and more. Here are just a few of our favorite bites from our quick NOLA trip.
Tag: New Orleans
Served warm and with a heavy dusting of powdered sugar, these New Orleans-inspired beignets are the perfect treat with a cafe au lait.
Hailing from New Orleans, this recipe contains equal parts whiskey, Cognac, and sweet vermouth, plus a few ingredients to complete the refreshing drink.
Raw or cooked is the question. When it comes to eating oysters, everyone has a preference. For those who like to eat these beautiful bivalves cooked, try this Rockefeller style recipe.
Filled with cajun spices, crab, bacon, corn, and cheese, these mashed potato croquettes are something special, especially when served with a lemon sauce.
Crawfish season is in full swing and it is time to celebrate the time of year and enjoy an asparagus ragout complete with a white wine-cream sauce.
There are many reasons to visit the vibrant city of New Orleans, but it doesn’t wow anyone quite as much as a foodie with its variety of restaurants.
Fluffy fried dough covered in mounds of powdered sugar. Cinnamon-sugar apples and buttery havarti makes for a delicious twist on these classic favorites.
New Orleans is famous for their restaurants, chefs, and the Creole Cuisine of this region. Learn how to make a chicken and andouille sausage gumbo.
Amber Wilson gives us a delicious taste of her New Orleans and the best places to grab a bite.
Try the famous Swizzle Cocktail from Cafe Adelaide in New Orleans.
Celebrate Mardi Gras with a beet salad from The Ritz Carlton NOLA.
New Orleans Jambalaya, it’s comfort food with a kick and how much kick is up to you.
Even if the name today invokes memories of horror and hurt in New Orleans, this classic cocktail has been called the Hurricane since the 40s
Try this delicious southern inspired omelet from Jennifer Abbott today.
Jessie Chien Bryson makes a trip down to New Orleans, and finds a meaty, cheesy, briny version of happiness in Central Grocery’s muffuletta.
Grillades and grits are one of the two most wonderful things to eat for brunch in New Orleans.
National Geographic’s Andrew Evans went to New Orleans to find the secret to making the perfect Jambalaya.
Spicy shrimp, smoky bacon, and creamy goat cheese, all smashed together in one heavenly sandwich.
Sarah Kenney goes to The Big Easy and comes back with memories of some amazing street food.