Article by: Ann Maloney, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Original article and source: NOLA.COM
The summer dining deals in New Orleans just keep coming. This week, we added four more new deals to our growing list. We started with just 15 summer dining deals in New Orleans, and now we're at more than 20.
We've deleted one that ended and added these: There is an appetizer, dessert and wine special at Rue 127, a lunch special at Kingfish, a dinner special at Broussards and "wing fest" at Barcadia. Most last through August, but call the restaurants
by Broussard's | about 3 weeks ago
by Broussard's | about 2 months ago
As part of Eater's salute to the new real estate and design-focused Curbed New Orleans, here's a walk through the last three years of Stone-Cold Stunner finalists for The Eater Awards.
Original Article: Three
by Broussard's | 5 months ago
Article by: Jacque | MIXPLOROLOGY.com
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There are many great things about New Orleans but my favorite trait is the rich cocktail history. A few weekends ago I took a short weekend trip to celebrate my brothers 21's birthday with the family. It was my first time to the city so I of course did some extensive research on what this city was all about. To sum it up quickly this city likes to drink! Now that's my kind of city! So today I am giving you a New Orleans cocktail bucket list. Where to go and what to order when you get there!
I took my family on this tour and my dad and I had a blast enjoying all of the different
Hermann Grima House could hardly contain the abundance of love at Teale and Nic’s garden wedding in New Orleans. After exchanging personal vows in front of friends and family, the whole gang took to the streets of the French Quarter to celebrate
Article by: Ian McNulty | The New Orleans Advocate
For many, Lundi Gras is a groggy workday between parades. For others it’s a frantic flurry of preparations before Fat Tuesday. And then there are those who seem to have figured things out.
For them, Lundi Gras means making time for a decadent brunch or a lunch gathering, perhaps followed by a good frolic through the French Quarter
Lately, more New Orleans restaurants are making their mark on this old New Orleans dining tradition. This year, that brings up the possibility of a modernized Carnival tea, an all-you-can-drink brunch and even a 1980s themed “Hair
Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts
served more than 7,000 meals to people in need through 2015. The group — which includes Bombay Club, Broussard's and Kingfish, among other restaurants — is working with Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and the New Orleans Mission to provide 10,000 meals in 2016.
by Broussard's | 6 months ago
Article by: Ian McNulty | The Advocate
New Orleans restaurant news unfolded in 2015 at what’s become its normal pace, which is to say relentless.
But between all the restaurant openings and closures, the chef changes and expansions, the New Orleans food world also produced some stories that marked departures from the script, and each spoke to something bigger.
These stories showed new perspectives on familiar facets of both the business and pleasure of dining, and in a city often portrayed as being in thrall to tried and true tradition they were examples of the innovation and changes that go into keeping our food culture vital.
Article by: Ian McNulty | The Advocate
Photo by: Elsa Hahne | The Advocate
As the year whittles down to its final days, people everywhere are making good on those pledges to get together again over dinner. In New Orleans, this often calls up a Reveillon, those multi-course menus served this month at a circuit of restaurants around town (see our earlier story on diverse flavors running through this year’s crop).
But not all the special dining event this season fall under the Reveillon umbrella. Here are a few unique dinners, special menus and Christmas-themed events for your calendar.
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NEW ORLEANS (WISH) – A chef from New Orleans has this year’s number one Thanksgiving dish in America.
At Broussard’s in New Orleans the Turkey is the talk of the restaurant and it’s getting some star studded attention from Food Network.
Food Network dubbed Neal Swidler’s Creole Roast Turkey the number on Thanksgiving Dish in America.
The recipe is a long list of not-so-secret ingredients. All that goes into Chef Neal’s
Article by Wild Bill Wood, WGNO
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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) - It beat out the mac and cheese from Virginia.
It beat out the chocolate cream pie from Alaska and the mashed, fried and stuffed potato from New York City.
It's the Food Network's number one Thanksgiving dish in America.
It's creole roast turkey. And you can devour it only at Broussard's in New Orleans.
Broussard's is a restaurant with French elegance. But it's down to earth. And out of this world Chef Neal Swidler is the genius behind America's number one Thanksgiving dish.
WGNO News with a
Article by: bizneworleans.com
NEW ORLEANS – It’s going to be a Happy Thanksgiving for Broussard’s in the French Quarter. The Food Network just released their Top Five list for Best Thanksgiving Dishes in America and they ranked Broussard’s Creole Smoked Turkey entrée #1.
The Food Network said, “At Broussard's in New Orleans, you'll find French elegance without pretense, all highlighted with Creole flavor. Chef Neal Swidler brines his turkey for eight hours, then rubs it with a secret Creole seasoning blend before he roasts it for four hours over pecan and oak woods. It's served with haricot verts sauteed
Article by: The Food Network
At Broussard's in New Orleans, you'll find French elegance without pretense, all highlighted with Creole flavor. Chef Neal Swidler brines his turkey for eight hours, then rubs it with a secret Creole seasoning blend before he roasts it for four hours over pecan and oak woods. It's served with haricot verts sauteed with applewood-smoked bacon and shallots, sweet potatoes with ginger and cinnamon, smoked andouille sausage gravy, and a Southern classic: spoonbread.
Source and full article: foodnetwork.com
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Article by: Sue Strachan | NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
A stylish soiree, such as the Encore Shop's Fall into Fashion benefit, requires an equally chic setting. Patricia and Vernon Brinsonopened their stunning home on Tuesday (Oct. 20) for this Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra Volunteers benefit. Patricia Brinson and Alix Rico, both well-known decorators, were the event co-chairs (husbands Vernon Brinson and Paul Ricowere on hand for co-hosting duties), welcoming orchestra supporters to this event. Darleen Carlisle (with help from husband Jerry Carlisle) originally began the benefit to help women
by Broussard's | about 9 months ago