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Preview: Keep Cookin': Friends of Louisiana Cookin' Magazine

Keep Cookin': Friends of Louisiana Cookin' Magazine

The weblog of a grassroots effort to support Louisiana Cookin' Magazine during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the flooding of New Orleans.

Published: 2006-01-10T10:05:05-06:00


Still Cookin'


From Country Roads Magazine: Still Cookin’: From makeshift quarters, Louisiana Cookin’ carries on

Keep Cookin' With Louisiana Cookin' Recipe CD


New subscribers to Louisiana Cookin' can look forward to a bonus with their upcoming issue: A CD of all the magazine's 2005 mouth-watering recipes. From cajun crawfish rolls to zydeco grit cakes, the flavor of Louisiana is just a click...

Food, music and culture in Big Easy are priceless


Eric Cormier is a freelance writer for Louisiana Cookin' and sent us this article he wrote for American Press: Food, music and culture in Big Easy are priceless For all the talk about what it will take to rebuild southeast...

Slowly, but surely


Ken Wells of the Wall Street Journal finds some good news (free feature): "The cooks are coming back to New Orleans." Quote: Ellen Harris, a freelance writer, photographer and producer, is one of the waitees (at Bacco on Chartres Street)...

Advertising Opportunities


Advertising Close is approaching. Opportunities to reach 150,000 readers nationwide who are passionate about Louisiana cooking and culture are red hot. Louisiana Cookin’ Advertising Sales Manager Liz Ferguson has had a heck of a time since Katrina hit. She evacuated...

Camellia beans in demand


(From the Baton Rouge Advocate) "In Louisiana, Camellia Brand is synonymous with dried beans, in particular, red kidney beans. This explains, in part, why in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, grocery store shelves were stripped of Camellia Brand beans. It...

Dine for America - Oct. 5th


On October 5, 2005, restaurants across the country will band together in a "Dine for America" day, a national fundraising effort to support the American Red Cross and help those affected by Gulf Coast hurricanes. Sponsored by the National Restaurant...

Grounds for Hope in New Orleans


BusinessWeek Online reporter Stacy Perman recently interviewed Chris Morocco, president of PJs Coffee, in Atlanta, and Randy Hollingsworth, PJ's vice-president of operations, in Jefferson Parish, La., about their efforts to help rebuild both the community devastated by Katrina and the...

Viking Cooking School classes to benefit hurricane relief


CAJUN COOKING FOR A CAUSE Viking Cooking Schools across the country will donate proceeds from their New Orleans-themed cooking classes, "Big Easy Hors d'oeuvres" and "Cajun Christmas" to the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. For more information, e-mail:

In New Orleans, Cooks are Stirring


From the New York Times, "In New Orleans, Cooks are Stirring" Quote: "PEOPLE here just have to cook. They can't help themselves. That's why on Monday Kathleen Horn - Kappa to most people - laid a few pounds of bacon...