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  1. Paul Prudhomme, The Chef Who Brought Louisiana Cooking to the World, Passes AwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2015 | Southern Living

    Before John Besh changed the New Orleans dining scene, Donald Link redefined Cajun cooking, and Emeril Lagasse made "Bam!" a universal catch phrase, there was Paul Prudhomme , one of the country's first celebrity chefs, who passed away today at 75. Thanks to the legendary Louisiana chef, Commander's Palace became a world-renown restaurant and cooks from New Jersey to Mississippi could create Creole and Cajun cuisine at home just by reaching for a jar of his Magic Seasonings blends in their cabinet - his jolly, smiling face on the label cheering them on. During his career he made Louisiana cooking not only a tourist draw by way of his restaurant K-Paul's , but also a national culinary craze.


  2. Cooking For My Family: Chef John BeshRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2015 | Southern Living

    New Orleans chef John Besh is making a batch of his mama's seafood gumbo, dropping in smoked pork, sausage, and blue crab he picks from the bayou behind his house. It's a special dish, and the one he prepares for his annual tailgate party at LSU.


  3. 1508 A. Hays Town AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2015 | Southern Living

    Since 1974, New Orleans' PRC has been revitalizing entire neighborhoods with grassroots restoration work-expanding their efforts with each year. On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Julia Reed checks in on the revitalization of the Holy Cross neighborhood of the Lower Ninth Ward In June 2014, Katie Chosa and Andy Franklin bought their first home -a circa-1900 single shotgun house in Holy Cross renovated by the PRC.


  4. Why We Love National Seersucker DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | Southern Living

    The blazing heat of New Orleans, Louisiana convinced this entrepreneur to turn the then-pedestrian puckered cotton cloth into lightweight, tailored Southern suits. His idea took off in the midst of humid Southern summers, and the classic seersucker suit began appearing on U.S. Presidents, Gregory Peck, and Cary Grant.


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