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Louisiana Eats

On Louisiana Eats! NOLA food icon Poppy Tooker takes us into Louisiana's wide open fields, deep waters, bustling markets, and busy kitchens. Poppy's people are carrying on the traditions of Louisiana's wholly local but universally celebrated food, from farm to table, and sometimes barroom! Poppy roams the State to find the folks whose inspiration and innovation are taking the abundant wealth of Louisiana's food culture into the future. Let's eat!

Serving Up Great Restaurants With A Slice Of History

Serving Up Great Restaurants With A Slice Of History
December 15, 2018

When it comes to historic restaurants, there’s no place like home – if you’re lucky enough to call New Orleans home! On this week's show, we time travel through the storied past of iconic French Quarter landmark, the Napoleon House. Chef Chris Montero gives us a tour of the historic property, from the bar to the cupola and all points in between. As it turns out, in addition to being an accomplished chef,... Read More »

Eat It To Eradicate It

Eat It To Eradicate It
December 8, 2018

On this week's show, we explore the intersections between hunting, gathering, fishing, and our changing environment. We begin at the Best of Bycatch dinner at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum, where a highly invasive fish is on the menu: the Asian Carp.   Then, we travel to the island of Kauai and meet James Sarme, a fisherman who casts about the traditional Hawaiian way.   Next, we attend a wild boar cook-off in... Read More »

Hold The Liquor

Hold The Liquor
December 1, 2018

A growing trend in the craft cocktail movement has bartenders mixing drinks with little to no alcohol, shifting their focus to flavor. On this week's show, we'll explore the new wave of non-alcoholic craft drinks, starting with cocktail vanguards Don Lee and Bobby Murphy, who experiment with non-alcoholic ingredients at the New York City establishment Existing Conditions.   Then, we hear from Ben Branson, founder of Seedlip—a distillery producing non-alcoholic spirits using peas grown... Read More »

Confection Affection

Confection Affection
November 17, 2018

  On this week’s show, we indulge our sweet tooth with the help of some influential dessert makers.    We visit the Swiss Confectionery, a family-run bakeshop that’s been in business in New Orleans for almost a century. Their custom-made delicacies are fixtures at New Orleans weddings, birthdays, and other celebrations.   Then we learn the rich history of Goetz Caramel Creams, which originated in 1895 as the Baltimore Chewing Gum Company. 123 years later, and CEO... Read More »

Quick Bites:  Chasing The Gator With Isaac Toups

Quick Bites: Chasing The Gator With Isaac Toups
November 15, 2018

  Chasing the Gator With Isaac Toups              Chef Isaac Toups has long been a favorite guest on Louisiana Eats! In past episodes we’ve talked hunting rabbits and even had a front row seat on Isaac’s rendition of the Cajun Night Before Christmas!            Isaac has just published his first book, aptly entitled “Chasing the Gator.”  In it he pulls back the curtain on the decidedly Louisiana style “New" Cajun cooking that he serves... Read More »

Angling for the Elusive Salmon

Angling for the Elusive Salmon
November 10, 2018

  Ora King is a sustainably raised salmon from New Zealand with a delicious history. On this week’s show, we travel to three cities to meet three chefs—all finalists in an international competition to create the most inventive Ora King salmon dish.    To begin the judging process, we visit Austin, Texas to meet Chef Mia Li of Lenoir Restaurant and learn about her theory of cooking, which has been shaped by her... Read More »

Mindfulness and Medicine

Mindfulness and Medicine
November 3, 2018

This week, we learn the health benefits of paying closer attention to what we consume and our emotional well-being. We begin with Dr. Ronald D. Siegel, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. A long-time student of mindfulness meditation, he explains the psychology of happiness, and why humans use food and drink as a pathway to achieve it. Dr. John J. Hutchings is a doctor of both psychiatry and gastroenterology in the New Orleans... Read More »

Spooky Eats

Spooky Eats
October 27, 2018

It’s that haunting time of year again, when pumpkins glow and black cats screech, and you can be guaranteed we’re ghost hunting on this week’s show!   To begin, we share a supernatural encounter at Tableau Restaurant on Jackson Square. Suffice it to say, Tableau’s ghosts know how to make the bottles fly better than any bartender.   Next, our tour of restaurant ghosts brings us to the Napoleon House. When Ralph Brennan acquired the Napoleon House... Read More »

Quick Bites:  The Ora King Race To New Zealand  Finalist Jonathan Granada

Quick Bites: The Ora King Race To New Zealand Finalist Jonathan Granada
October 25, 2018

Ora King is a sustainably raised salmon from New Zealand, whose story is almost as delicious as the fish itself. Back in early 1900, two avid fishermen somehow managed to bring live King salmon home to New Zealand from a fishing trip to California. The salmon thrived there and the rest is Ora King history. Ora King is only available to the restaurant trade, where it’s developed a cult following with top... Read More »

Creole Italian Manale's Style

Creole Italian Manale's Style
October 20, 2018

On this week's show, we'll explore the immense influence that Italian foodways had on the development of New Orleans cuisine. We'll time travel through the years of the family-operated Uptown gem, Pascal's Manale. This history, which is now immortalized in Poppy's new book, The Pascal's Manale Cookbook, focuses on two Sicilian immigrant families, the Manales and the Radostas, forebearers of today's Defelice clan, who continue the Manale tradition today. Three generations of... Read More »

Quick Bites:  The Ora King Race To New Zealand  Finalist Yael Peet

Quick Bites: The Ora King Race To New Zealand Finalist Yael Peet
October 18, 2018

Ora King is a sustainably raised salmon from New Zealand, whose story is almost as delicious as the fish itself. Back in early 1900, two avid fishermen somehow managed to bring live King salmon home to New Zealand from a fishing trip to California. The salmon thrived there and the rest is Ora King history. Ora King is only available to the restaurant trade, where it’s developed a cult following with top chefs... Read More »

Listening To The Flip Side Of History

Listening To The Flip Side Of History
October 13, 2018

To tell a truly engaging story, you have to dig deep beneath the surface. When it comes to radio storytelling, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, also known as the Kitchen Sisters, are masters. Through projects like Lost and Found Sound and Hidden World of Girls, the independent producers tell stories for NPR and online "from the flip side of history." On this week's show, we take a journey in sound with... Read More »

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