An evening alternative joins line-up of local farmer’s markets. By Nancy DeVille
Have trouble waking up early Saturday mornings? Can’t make it in the wee hours on Tuesdays either? Well fear not, all you late risers or otherwise incapable morning market patrons, for there is now an alternative.
Bas Clas is headed back to Lafayette for a pair of gigs and its first ‘real’ recording session in more than two decades. By Walter Pierce
If you’re from South Louisiana and are of a certain age — say, 40 to 60 — and if you care not for the Top 40 Pablum that has long oozed from the radio like bland porridge, you probably remember Bas Clas. At Grant Street and the old Jefferson Street Café in Lafayette. At Mother’s Mantle in Baton Rouge. The Maple Leaf in New Orleans.
When it comes to landing the perfect job, dinner table etiquette could count for more than you might think. By Sue Schleifer
When I volunteered to be a table host at a recent etiquette dinner sponsored by the UL Lafayette Career Services and Moody College of Business Administration, I had no idea that I would feel compelled to talk with a student about personal space.
A Delta chef turns Southern cuisine on its head, and writes a couple of books along the way. By Anna Purdy
Ask Martha Hall Foose which of her experiences made her a chef of note — and the highest honor: a favorite of other chefs — and it isn’t her James Beard Award, her culinary studies in France or even her travels. It’s growing up on the Mississippi Delta.
The sno-cone machine is a Louisiana invention, and there is no shortage of choices in Lafayette to beat the heat and paint the tongue. By Anna Purdy
Snowballs, snoballs, snow cones, sno-cones or the adult version: drive-through daiquiris. Whatever you want to call it or however you spell it, it’s needed in a Louisiana summer.
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