Quick Bites: Bean The Change You Want To See In The World

Quick Bites:  Bean The Change You Want To See In The World

In this Louisiana Eats Quick Bite episode, we travel to Denver, Colorado for Slow Food Nations with our friends from Camellia Brand beans. With the theme, “Food For Change,” Slow Food USA gathered together many of the world’s greatest thinkers and influencers to further their goal of good, clean food for all. For three days in July 2018, Denver’s Larimer Square was the hotspot for tasting and talking – from the Taste Marketplace to panel discussions and cooking demonstrations, we’re taking you there!

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Quick Bites: At the Fish Camp with the Landrys of Don’s Seafood

Quick Bites: At the Fish Camp with the Landrys of Don’s Seafood

When it comes to family, the Landrys of Don’s Seafood are as authentically Louisiana as it gets.  In this Louisiana Eats Quick Bite we travel down to Port Sulphur to fish and cook with Donny, Mike and Tracy Landry of Don's Seafood and honorary Landry family member, Eric Mulina who runs the day to day operations and started at Don's Seafood as a server at just 24 years old. Not only do we get a fish fry lesson, but they also share the secrets about catfish, crawfish and chicken in a bag.

 

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Quick Bites: The Science of Water with Eliot Sherman

Quick Bites:  The Science of Water with Eliot Sherman

On this week’s episode, we’re diving into the tempestuous depths of global water issues. Here in Louisiana, we know quite well that living with water can be a constant struggle. Elsewhere, Americans are dealing with the opposite problem, experiencing annual droughts and wildfires that cause other serious hardships. With a look towards the future, today we’re going to turn to an expert on the subject

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Quick Bites: To Beef Or Not To Beef

Quick Bites:  To Beef Or Not To Beef

In May 2018, Dickie Brennan hosted Italian butcher, Dario Cecchini at his New Orleans steakhouse and Tableau on Jackson Square for a meaty and amazing demonstration of deliciousness. Dario’s visit was prompted by the hospitality he’d extended to Dickie’s son, Richard III, during his apprenticeship in Panzano, a little village in Italy’s Chianti region.

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Quick Bites: George Graham

Quick Bites:  George Graham

From the cities to the swamps, Louisiana’s Cajun Country is known for its food, culture, and joie de vivre. Author and blogger George Graham calls Acadiana home, and has made it his mission to preserve and promote Cajun and Creole culture through stories and recipes. He blogs about his food adventures weekly on AcadianaTable.com and is author of the book Acadiana Table: Cajun and Creole Home Cooking from the Heart of Louisiana.

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