Cabbage Rolls' South Louisiana Cousin: Easy boudin filled collard leaves with luscious Meyer Lemon Beurre Blanc.

Collard Rolls with Boudin and Meyer Lemon Beurre Blanc

Collaboration is a beautiful thing. Bringing together different skills to a shared goal is rich and fulfilling. Families should endeavor to do this as much as possible. Marriages within this framework are gratifying and life-affirming. So it is with the menu this week. Harris’s garden continues to produce: Meyer lemons, collard greens, broccoli, and green […]

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Slow, slow oven roasted spareribs with honey, siracha, and orange.

Honey Sriracha Spareribs and Braised Greens with Bacon

My Saturday morning routine includes visits to two great Lafayette farmers markets. First I go to the Oil Center to the Lafayette Hub City Market for milk and cream from Hill Crest Creamery, and vegetables and chicken from Gotreaux Family Farms. I can buy many of my weekly staples here. It’s super easy to park and shop, and there’s […]

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Shrimp and okra, dashi and smoked sausage: gumbo goodness!

The Shocking Truth about Okra

Okra is delicious and doesn’t have to be slimy! There. I said it. And we’ve had a whole summer of okra abundance, cooking it up at least twice a week in different guises. My husband Harris always plants okra, but until we got married, I never cooked or ate much of this vegetable. Like most […]

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