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GoNOLA Recommends: 5 Things To Do In New Orleans This Weekend

Events Things To Do

This weekend in New Orleans offers a whole lot of fun for a good cause, including two fabulous Friday night fundraisers: Emeril Lagasse and Donald Link’s Boudin, Bourbon and Beer and Raise the Roof for The Roots of Music. Get cultured on Saturday at Irish Fest, or indulge in gumbo of all varieties (including vegan options) all weekend long at …

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Boudin, Bourbon & Beer: 10 Dishes You Can’t Miss

Events Food Restaurants Things To Do

Boudin, Bourbon & Beer, a fundraiser for the Emeril Lagasse Foundation co-chaired by Lagasse and chef Donald Link, is just around the corner on Nov. 7. We’re not the only ones who are excited — the top national chefs participating are eager to get to New Orleans and visit their favorite spots. If the concept of creative spins on Louisiana …

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GoNOLA Recipes at Home: Emeril’s New Orleans-style Stuffed Artichokes

Food Recipes

A favorite among the Italian-American community here in New Orleans, stuffed artichokes make a perfect side dish for outdoor celebrations, cookouts and festivals. With a little advanced preparation, this recipe for New Orleans-style Stuffed Artichokes from Emeril Lagasse can be easily made at home and is sure to make you the hit of any 4th of July get together.

Emeril’s…

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GoNOLA Recipes at Home: Emeril’s Slow-Cooked Cochon de Lait Po-Boy

Recipes

While Jazz Fest may be famous for bringing together a diverse array of musical styles and cultural influences, it is also undeniably all about the food. Luckily two full weekends of festing allows for plenty of face-stuffing. One of the most popular Jazz Fest dishes is also one of Chef Emeril Lagasse’s personal favorites: the Cochon de Lait Po-Boy. This …

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GoNOLA Recipes At Home: Emeril’s Holiday Oyster Pie

Food Recipes

As with New Orleans cooking year round, holiday flavors in the Big Easy are a little bit different than your average meal. The holidays bring menus of rich ingredients, and with Reveillon dinners come many dishes with oysters and duck, like this savory and delicious Oyster Pie recipe by Chef Emeril Lagasse, from his cookbook,  “New Orleans Cooking,” written by …

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GoNOLA Recipes At Home: Emeril’s Barbecued Shrimp and Rosemary Biscuits

Food Recipes

New Orleans is known for its incredible cuisine and outrageously talented chefs, and this holiday season, one of our most famous and skilled chefs, Emeril Lagasse, is in the spirit of giving. He has released a free downloadable holiday cookbook, and it is packed with top-notch New Orleans recipes. One of our favorites is his Barbecued Shrimp and Rosemary Biscuits, …

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A Sneak Peek at Top Chef New Orleans With Chef Emeril Lagasse

Food

The day we’ve all been waiting for since Bravo announced they would be filming a season of “Top Chef” in our fair city has arrived. “Top Chef: New Orleans” premieres tonight, October 2, at 9:00 p.m. CST and one of its judges who just so happens to be kind of a big deal in New Orleans, Emeril Lagasse, gave GoNOLA …

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GoNOLA Recipes at Home: Emeril’s Chicken Pot Pies

Food Recipes

I don’t know about you, but to me there’s something so comforting about a good southern dish and nothing says “southern” more than a savory chicken pot pie. Now these are not just any pot pies, these are by chef extraordinaire Emeril Lagasse and I think I’ve previously mentioned, you can ever really go wrong with anything from him. To …

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GoNOLA Recipes at Home: The Muffaletta

Food Recipes

Another New Orleans original – the Muffaletta – is a deliciously harmonious collaboration of cured meat, provolone cheese, olive salad and the imperative seeded, white fluffy bread that is the sandwich’s namesake. We can thank Sicily for the round, sesame bread but the ingenious sandwich is a New Orleans invention. In 1906, Central Grocery, right here in the French Quarter

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New Orleans: My City Is Better Than Yours

About Arts & Culture Food Music Nightlife

I’ve been in New Orleans for long enough to know this place is cooler than any other city in the United States. How do I know? New Orleans oozes culture. Our food, our music, our people and celebrations are colorful, bright, brilliant, and savory. Per pound, this city throws its weight around.

Here are a few of the reasons I …

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King Cake Season Has Arrived!

Arts & Culture Food

The reason the first week of January is so wonderful and exciting is because January 6 marks the beginning of 2011 carnival season. The Mardi Gras balls begin, we get  a chance to dance the night away in fabulous Mardi Gras sparkling gowns as we celebrate all the krewes of New Orleans. Then as we get even closer …

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New Year’s Eve New Orleans Drink Recipes: The Hurricane

Cocktail Culture Recipes

In New Orleans, the word “hurricane” conjures up many conflicting emotions, but when used in conjunction with the words “Bourbon Street,” or “Pat O’Brien’s,” you really can’t go wrong.  So if you want to turn your New Year’s Eve party into a New Orleans Hurricane Party, all you have to do is …

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Thanksgiving Recipes with the Flavor of New Orleans!

Food Recipes

The next best thing to being in New Orleans for Thanksgiving is preparing some of our hometown holiday favorites. With recipes for Turducken from Paul Prudhomme, Pecan Pie from John Besh and Carrot Souffle from Emeril Lagasse, you can’t go wrong!

Turducken by Chef Paul Prudhomme

It’s a lot of fun to let your guests think you’re serving …

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