At Hoffman Media, we’re always coming up with new events and ways to interact with the community. So next Tuesday, September 23, in conjunction with the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association, we’re presenting a Louisiana Takeover, an evening where Birmingham diners will have the opportunity to experience the culinary trails of Louisiana. Seven chefs from Louisiana will be placed at restaurants, allowing diners to receive a unique Louisiana dining experience right in their hometown. See the full list.
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Do you have a favorite restaurant in Louisiana? Or perhaps a favorite native dish?
http://www.louisianacookin.com/recipes-home The link with fantastic treasure of recipes!
This entry was a delight! I followed the links to the home pages of Taste of Louisa Magazine site! A treasure of recipes! I have had the good fortune to visit New Orleans with the fondest of memories! Looking forward to creating some of the seafood recipes to share with my friends! Will celebrate Mardi Gras next year with Mardi Gras Pasta Salad! So grateful for your starting and sharing this blog. Thank you for bringing so much joy to my days!
Taste of Louisiana Magazine!
Surely a feast for “foodies” ! I wish I lived closer …
Perhaps this event could be featured in an upcoming issue of “Southern Lady” ?
I love the diversity of all cuisine and this looks amazing !
Too far but it sure sounds like fun!!!!!!!!!!!!
I don’t know if it’s still there, but back in the early 70’s there was a restaurant in New Orleans called Mosca’s that served a wonderful oyster dish with a tomato base sauce. While we lived there, I loved getting fried oyster po-boys and bread pudding.
Mosca’s is still there — in Westwego
wish I was close + I would go! xxpeggybraswelldesign.com