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The New Orleans Kitchen

OU MAY NOTICE a common theme running through a number of chefs’ cookbooks, one that could be described as “philosophy of life.” Consider Justin Devillier, well-known New Orleans restaurant chef. In his new cookbook, (Lorena Jones Books, 2019), Justin ostensibly focuses simply on food. But read between the lines and you’re likely

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Taste Of The Sea
OYSTERS ARE MUCH MORE VERSATILE than you might think. With their sweet, briny flavor and plump texture, they are nearly perfect served straight from the shell, dressed with nothing more than a squeeze of lemon or a splash of hot sauce. But for those
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Super Snack
AMID ALL THE INDULGING in king cake and other treats during Carnival season, it’s nice to have something light to snack on. Hummus is a delicious and crowd-pleasing appetizer, and in this recipe, we blended in roasted beets, garlic, and lemon for ext
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Piece of Cake
MAKES 10 TO 12 SERVINGS Transform canned cinnamon rolls into a beautiful king cake with this simple recipe. 2 (17.5-ounce) cans refrigerated cinnamon rolls with cream cheese icing*Yellow, green, and purple sanding sugars 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Line