Leah Chase Remembers Edgar 'Dooky' Chase, Jr.

Leah Chase Remembers Edgar 'Dooky' Chase, Jr.

Edgar "Dooky" Chase, Jr., the patriarch of the Chase family who passed away at the end of 2016, helped in making Dooky Chase’s Restaurant the landmark establishment it is today. Here, his wife of 70 years, Chef Leah Chase, shares memories of her husband, his life as a musician and the quiet role he played behind the scenes in the Civil Rights movement.

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Louisiana Eats: Lady Legends In Their Own Time

Louisiana Eats: Lady Legends In Their Own Time

What turns an ordinary woman into a legend? On this week's Louisiana Eats!, we attempt to answer that question by taking an in-depth look at four inspiring women who have conquered life's challenges and become legends in their own time.

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Louisiana Eats: 10 Years After Katrina, Part 2 — Evolution And Expansion

Louisiana Eats: 10 Years After Katrina, Part 2 — Evolution And Expansion

The food scene of New Orleans has grown tremendously since Hurricane Katrina. On this week's Louisiana Eats!, we complete our two-part series on the storm by taking a look at the changing face of the city's food scene over the past 10 years.

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Louisiana Eats: 10 Years After Katrina, Part 1 — Tragedy To Triumph

Louisiana Eats: 10 Years After Katrina, Part 1 — Tragedy To Triumph

As the 10th anniversary of the storm approaches, the echoes of Hurricane Katrina and resulting levee failures continue to affect individuals and businesses within the food industry. On this week's Louisiana Eats!, we begin our two-part series on the storm with stories about the aftermath of Katrina on local bars, restaurants and facilities; and learn how the community has come back in a big way.

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Investigating Health Care In Louisiana's Restaurants

Investigating Health Care In Louisiana's Restaurants

This week's edition of Louisiana Eats! investigates health care in the restaurant industry from an insider's point of view. We'll hear about life in the kitchen and the toll it takes on the workers who prepare our food. Join us for conversations with Molly Kimball, Chris DeBarr, Ben Thibodeaux, and Leah Chase.

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