Vacation Rental: The Bourbon Trail Bungalow in Old Lou Sleeps: 7 people Price: $135 per night Why We Wanna Cook Here: We're suckers for the combination of exposed brick and marble.
Hello dear friends! It’s feeling very much like Spring here in New Orleans, with warm days and high humidity and reason enough to go outside and weed the garden.
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This week kicks off what always proves to be a busy month for our family. Between Teacher Appreciation Week and Mother's Day, and hosting out-of-town guests and finalizing summer camps, we have lots of potluck parties, end-of-the-school-year celebrations, book club meetings, and even a weekend away planned in May.
I cook and bake with my two kids regularly, everything from weeknight dinners to the more advanced sugar cookies during the holidays and cakes for their birthdays, but I recently had a cooking-with-my-kids experience that was so revolutionary, so satisfying, and just plain fun that I have to tell you about it.
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Chef Jeremiah Tower may not be a household name like Alice Waters, even in California where he once made history.
It's safe to say that the world has collectively flipped out over Starbucks' limited edition Unicorn Frappucino, but this isn't the first time we've fallen victim to gimmicky marketing campaigns featuring foods with rainbow colors.
"You can't leave until you eat every last bite," Chef Maria Sinskey told the cluster of film and food media converged for her cooking demonstration and lunch party during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival in Manhattan.
(Image credit: Thom Filicia) Open Slideshow Last week we looked at some seriously enviable wine cellars, but where do you keep the rest of your bar bottles?
Although kefir and yogurt are both cultured dairy products packed with probiotics and protein, there are a few key differences that differentiate one from the other.
There's more to throwing a surprise party than hiding behind a couch and throwing confetti at someone.
There are some things in life you have to try at least once. The short list includes, but is not limited to, riding a bike, bomb pops on a hot day, sneaking out of the house after curfew, skinny-dipping, and, of course, making Katy Perry's cherry pie.
"Having the right bar tools isn't about being fancy-shmancy," says Elliott Clark, the mastermind behind Apartment Bartender.
Enchiladas are one of those foods that, when done correctly, you can’t stop thinking about (what’s better than a spicy, saucy, cheesy tortilla filled with meat or veggies?
Open Slideshow Not only has my Instant Pot upped my meal prep routine, but this handy appliance has also been a game-changer on chicken-for-dinner night.
Nice job on math, everyone! Here are the stats, answers, and winners. STATS 5,084 people took the quiz.
I'd be lying if I said I've never gotten drunk or that I've never been hungover. I've done my fair share of partying — hey, everything in moderation, right?
Open Slideshow Chicken Parmesan only needs a few things to go from great to excellent — perfectly golden and still juicy chicken is chief among them.
Green juice has long been a staple of the wellness community, but not everyone can say they actually enjoy the drink.