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Natural beauty and abundant dining reign in West St. Tammany Parish
Louisianians impacting their communities and industry on a local, national, and international level.
Gray is the laidback neutral you’ll want to wrap up in all winter
DIAMONDS (left to right) A classic diamond tennis bracelet is an excellent addition to her jewelry box. Wear it alone or stack it for a cool, playful effect. Lafayette Jewelers. This gorgeously ornate necklace is fit for a snow queen.…
A seductive Twelfth Night Sour inspires winter imbibing
and revelry with an afterglow
In a saturated art scene, Lafayette artist Sam Riehl stands out as a blacksmith
Tee Don Landry of Key of Z Rubboards in Sunset shapes the sound of Zydeco music one instrument at a time
Pont Breaux in Breaux Bridge carries the torch lit by Mulate’s, with a little lagniappe
The prettiest way to catch up or curl up
There was a time when visitors from around the world were drawn to Acadiana for its unique Cajun culinary specialties. That fact remains true, but today what Acadiana’s chefs offer is more a mix of the traditional, the innovative and the international. For the 2017 installment of our Best Chefs feature, we spotlight three chefs who learned the culinary arts in their communities at the elbows of family members and two who bring a special style from abroad. Some obtained their education from formal institutions and others by simply doing. It’s a mixture that still makes Acadiana a unique culinary hub that attracts visitors to our region year after year.