Author: Lorin Gaudin

Hair Supplement Science

As a culture, we tend to prize a full, lustrous head of hair. Excepting those who rock a beautiful bald head, by choice or heredity, most people work hard to keep what they have or look to products and potions…

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Spring Rollin’ Two new Vietnamese restaurants have appeared on the scene. Vietnam Cuisine on Veterans Boulevard in Metairie has been opened by a team of sisters and their mom. The food is more on the American side of the Asian…

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Spring has sprung and while this will not be the year I bust out at Jazz Fest (or anywhere) in a bikini, I will continue to plow through New Orleans’ culinary landscape; always willing to take one for the team…

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THE TACO TRAIL It seems there are a never-ending number of taco trucks, stands and taquerias all over New Orleans. Raves are rampant for El Gato Negro in the French Quarter and I can’t go one week without a stop…

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February food and drink is so obvious – King Cake, chocolate, snacks from the Carnival carts along the Avenue and of course, delectable dishes from the restaurants … THE KING OF CAKES Everyone has their favorite and I’m personally missing…

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I’ve started the New Year hungrier than ever and with this resolution: to enjoy as many of New Orleans’ restaurants as possible in the coming year. There’s always time for exercise … later.SMOKIN’! To me, a good weekend breakfast has…

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Lately I’ve been feeling particularly nostalgic – looking for and feasting on food or experiences that remind me of when I was very young. Here are some of the places and dishes I’ve been craving … BITTE BABY – German…

BEST IN DINING

One way that New Orleans has not suffered in recent times is in the quality if its restaurants. Our annual exercise of determining the best in local kitchens has left us totally encouraged about the talent in this city. Selections…

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So much to say, so little space… Soul Searching Mike Collins, right, (Executive Chef of the Windsor Court’s New Orleans Grill) has been checking out the local food scene and making hook-ups with vendors at the Crescent City Farmers’ Market…