The restaurant industry veteran behind the “Make Oxtail Cheap Again” hat was born in Shreveport, and has fond memories of Freeman and Harris Café.
Watch Chris Jay’s presentation on paranormal restaurant lore at the 14th annual Louisiana Studies Conference, made possible by Patreon patrons.
It’s not that Natchitoches meat pies are bad. It’s just that there’s a lot better stuff to eat in Louisiana’s oldest city.
The 42nd Annual Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival, coming up on Saturday, July 23, celebrates Louisiana foodways that often slip through the cracks.
As the Ross Lynn Foundation’s 2020 Artist-in-Residence, Konrath sensitively documented the work of farmers and chefs across North Louisiana.
An outstanding new restaurant in downtown Leesville reflects the changing flavors of small town Louisiana.
If you’ve participated as a contestant in any cooking contest in North Louisiana, then you have likely been judged by Meg Davenport.
A Cook’s Tour of Shreveport is probably the most popular community cookbook ever produced in North Louisiana, with something like 175,000 copies in circulation. Meet the women who made it happen.
On the occasion of your one-thousandth day of Tweeting that Shreveport needs a Pluckers, I wanted to take a moment and celebrate you.
Gary Montcalm grows what many consider to be the hottest peppers on earth 25 miles south of Shreveport in De Soto Parish.