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Pho, a Vietnamese noodle soup, started as a street dish in early 20th century Vietnam. Its popularity spread worldwide after South Vietnamese refugees brought their food and culture with them across the globe after the fall of Saigon in 1975. To get my fill of the well-revered dish, I go to …

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It’s the middle of summer, and even though temperatures are peaking in the 90-degree range, we still enjoy being outdoors. Whether you are packing a picnic lunch to travel to the ballpark or playground, or planning for that Fourth of July cookout, here are a few food safety guidelines from t…

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Onion rings are always a valid reason for choosing a place to eat in Bayou Country. The golden fried appetizer of choice for many had even greater significance on June 22, National Onion Rings Day. 

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Since 2008, locally-owned Bourgeois Smokehouse & Specialty Meat has been supplying quality meats and services to people and businesses in the community. 

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Nicholls culinary professor Chef Nathan Richard taught his Advanced Garde Manger class how to cook using alligator during a class on Tuesday, March 20. Advanced Garde Manger is an in-depth look at the principles of cold and smoked meats, utilizing cuts of meat from products and animals that …