New Orleans Magazine - December 2016

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Cookbook: There are few things I love more than a holiday spent eating Cajun and Creole food in a Louisianian’s dwelling. However, I’m usually New England-bound and away from these special occasions and spicy feasts. This year, however, my Yankee…

Taking a Chartered Path

On this past election night, while most of us sat stunned at the presidential election results, a little-watched vote tally toward the bottom of the ballot had a big impact – at least in New Orleans – and could eventually…

Best of Dining

Mike Gulotta Chef of the Year /////////   Native son Mike Gulotta seems to making a habit of surprising people. Zigging when a zag is anticipated by everyone else. Early on in a chef’s career, the expected path would be…

NOLA ChristmasFest

Bob Johnson, President of the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, discusses this year’s fest

Hangover

Epidemiology of a New Orleans staple

Christmas of ‘89

I was at a Christmas party on Wed., Dec. 22 when someone commented about the weather, which was cold even for Christmastime, and added that a heavy freeze was on the way. She wasn’t wrong. But the next morning an…