Mahalia Jackson was born in New Orleans in 1911. Raised, and taught to cook by her aunt Mahalia “Duke” Paul, 36 years passed before the young Jackson tasted success with her hit “Move Up a Little Higher.” It sold 8 million copies. Continue Reading
The register is an elite group of businesses that have been in operation for a minimum of 50 years and have “contributed significantly to the development of American foods.”
The list is Louisiana-heavy with seven state businesses on the short directory (20 concerns comprise the registry). Continue Reading
RL Reeves Jr reports on the New Orleans Taco Trail
Suffice to say, Frady’s One Stop bested the newcomers and has now advanced to the Sweet 16 round of ‘Beans Madness’
Ethyl and Dorothy (RIP) are smiling down from heaven right now. Those two old gals authored the recipe that has powered Joe Frady’s weekly kettles of red beans and rice for over 40 years.
Maybe we’ll see y’all out this Sunday?
Sunday March 25th
Frady’s vs. Three Muses
Nola Tilth (1312 France St) – 2 to 4 pm
The Ponderosa Stomp guide to eating and dancing in Cajun country is six years old but just as timely as it was the day it was published.
If you’ve ever wondered where to eat and where to shake your tail feathers at just west of New Orleans then please consult their superb guide.