Food

Light Up Your Grill

Jun 19, 2020

This week, we bring you grilling inspiration with Chef Yia Vang of Minneapolis' Union Hmong Kitchen. Yia talks about the strong Hmong grilling tradition that fuels his work and leaves us with an amazing marinade recipe. Raleigh Chef Ashley Christensen of Poole's Diner is famous for her way with vegetables and her grilling ideas for them are pretty extraordinary.

Ian McNulty

My dad cooked breakfast a lot when I was growing up. Pancakes were big, but no matter what he made the meal usually included a little baloney, and I don’t mean the sandwich meat.

Ian McNulty

Change, uplift, expression. Some ideas now coursing through this moment in history are the same that inspired the transformation of a once-familiar spot in the Marigny. It’s one black entrepreneur's vision at the convergence of art, literature and civic interaction, balanced by a nice cocktail or two.

On this week's show, we’re celebrating the 10th anniversary of our show's debut!

We've dug through our archives for some of our favorite moments over the past decade, with an emphasis on Louisiana culture and cuisine. The first episode of Louisiana Eats broadcast on June 9, 2010. That year also marked the 125th anniversary of New Orleans’ streetcar line. We look back at our very first field piece, when we took a streetcar ride with the late, great historian Michael Mizell-Nelson.

An Hour with Yotam Ottolenghi

Jun 5, 2020

This week, Francis spends the hour with the charming Yotam Ottolenghi, author of multiple best-selling books including Ottolenghi SimplePlenty, and his forthcoming Flavor. Yotam talks about the reality of feeding family while in quarantine, the excitement around reopening his restaurants in London, and answers your questions about exploring international markets, taking tahini beyond hummus, jazzing up your bowl of oatmeal, and keeping your wild children off the top of the table during dinner.

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