I know it's bordering on blasphemy to go looking for healthy-ish food in New Orleans restaurants, but I have a hard time believe there isn't a single upscale restaurant in town with lighter, american/continental cuisine as its focus. Where is it??
This Creole classic was actually designed for the dried kidney bean—an inexpensive staple that could simmer away while Monday’s wash gets done, with a hunk of pork or sausage from Sunday night’s supper.
Many folks feel that mussels are a restaurant dish—something to order off the menu. But they’re surprisingly affordable at the market and quick and easy to cook at home. They’re also a great option for those looking for sustainable seafood choices.
Butter has been eaten for thousands of years. Yet, spreadable butter wasn't available to consumers until the early 1990s. Spreadable butter keeps a soft texture even during refrigeration. It's perfect for breakfast items like toast.