Louisiana seafood


Happy Fat Tuesday from New Orleans Chef Tenney Flynn of GW Fins!

Chef Tenney Flynn isn’t a New Orleans native, but after more than 20 years in the Big Easy, he’s not necessarily a tourist either. When he’s not serving up the city’s finest seafood dishes at GW Fins during Mardi Gras, Chef Flynn is watching the action from his French Quarter balcony. What’s been happening at [...]

Diners with Food Allergies Put Chefs to the Test; Bartending Behind Closed Doors in Utah; Memphis Wants to Be the New New Orleans; Ozersky on Food Criticism

Dining and restaurant news from around the web… * Chefs developing allergies to diner allergies. When you’re handed a laminated card, is it time to 86 diners who could die by your hand? [InsideScoop SF] * Hey! You’ve got to hide your booze away. Utah’s liquor laws make it difficult for restaurant operators to tend [...]

Notes from NOLA: A Jazzy Brunch at the Legendary Commander’s Palace

It’s no secret that brunch at Commander’s Palace is a New Orleans tradition. Actually, any meal at Commander’s Palace is a New Orleans tradition. And the Louisiana Seafood Blog Masters attendees were happy to honor that tradition with a jazzed up meal on a warm Sunday morning. Chef Tory McPhail, who put on a cooking demo [...]