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Amy , Dan and Avery, my favorite guests from Neveda requested our recipe for praline bacon. This is sooooo good! I serve this with sweet potato and pecan waffles. The key ingredient is Steen’s Cane Syrup. Since 1910, five generations … Continue reading
Reveillon is a French word meaning “awakening”. In the Creole days of New Orleans it described a meal, which was served on Christmas Eve following midnight mass. Early settlers of New Orleans were Catholic, and the entire community emerged to participate in the ceremonies. After … Continue reading
One of my fond memories of Christmas were the tins that were filled with my Mom’s homemade candies. She would start weeks ahead to fill them with divinity, chocolate and peanut butter fudge and of coarse those melt in your … Continue reading
New Orleans is celebrating Christmas! An endearing tradition is the Christmas concert series at the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square in the heart of the French Quarter. Enjoy jazz, gospel, classical and traditional music performed by some of our … Continue reading