March 26, 2021

Going meat-free for Lent? Check out these local spots

As we continue with the Lenten season, abstaining from meat on Fridays starts to get a bit monotonous. Never fear! There are some amazing meat-free options […]
March 17, 2021

Houma CVB launches Bayou Country Crawfish Trail with 38 local stops

It’s time to hit the trail! The Bayou Country Crawfish Trail, that is! The Houma Area Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (HACVB) has announced the launch of […]
February 26, 2021

8 Lenten Dishes Sure to Satisfy

The second Friday of Lent is upon us. As a Catholic, this means I stick to a Lenten diet of abstaining from meat on Fridays. Living […]
December 28, 2020

Quizine Quarters has taste

Many restaurants can find themselves not producing the highest quality of dishes when they try to cover a wide range of selections.  But for one of […]
September 25, 2020

Let’s Eat! Lafourche Parish Offers Delectable Deals on Memorable Meals

Throughout October, Lafourche Parish will host its first-ever “restaurant month.” Dubbed Bayou Feast and coordinated by Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou Tourism, the goal of this new marketing […]
September 8, 2020

Conquering the ‘Best Burger in the Galaxy’

A beef patty on a bun in its simplest form, the hamburger is one of the most popular menu items in the world, with an estimated […]
July 11, 2020

‘Cookin’ with Roz’ encourages young children to give cooking a try

What’s cooking? For local 12-year-old Rozzie Hubbell, whose Facebook cooking channel “Cookin’ with Roz” now boasts over 500 followers, it’s just about everything.   With the […]
June 27, 2020

Chips, dip and good times at your new favorite local restaurant

Let’s be honest: there’s hardly a better feeling than gathering around a table at a restaurant with your family or closest friends to stuff your face […]
May 25, 2020

The Cajun Ninja brings Louisiana cooking to over 100,000 YouTube subscribers

Houma native Jason Derouen joined the YouTube community as an outlet for entertainment, but four years since his first video went viral, the “Cajun Ninja” has […]
May 17, 2020

Why are store shelves empty? AgCenter experts explain

Walk into any grocery store in February and there were aisles of well-stocked shelves with dizzying choices of packaged meats, vegetables, grains, fruits, snacks and treats. […]
May 8, 2020

The Drunken Noodles brings Flavor, Reminds Me of What I was Missing

That’s me in the above image on March 27, 2020 — the day Song Phi Nong Thai Restaurant announced via Facebook it was temporarily closing its […]
April 13, 2020

Stretching your supply between grocery visits: Which produce lasts longest?

When frequent trips to the grocery store are not ideal, shoppers might want to focus on produce that lasts the longest, and the chart on produce […]
March 26, 2020

8 Tips to Stretch Your Food Dollars

The COVID-19 public health emergency can be a tough time for those with limited food dollars. Some are now in situation where their income has been […]
March 21, 2020

Local entrepreneur starts support fund for employees, encourages citizens to support local businesses

In response to the Louisiana Governor’s recent order to close the dining rooms of all Louisiana restaurants earlier this week due to COVID-19, local entrepreneur, Grady […]
March 2, 2020

Off The Hook Fights Coastal Land Loss With Two New Coastal Restoration Partnerships

Off The Hook, a quick-casual restaurant in south Louisiana, announces partnerships with Restore or Retreat and Restore the Mississippi River Delta. With its passion for the […]