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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
une bonne louche of Louisiana music traditional and contemporary and spices it up with music from Acadiana. Gumbo draws from more than 20 different genres. You'll hear jazz from 1917 to 2011, Cajun, Zydeco, blues, C&W, Rockabilly, R&B from the 1950s glory days to today's rockin' Atomic Pilot and Santeria, soul, funk, neo-soul, neofunk, hip-hop, brass bands from 1945 to today's brass-hop Soul Rebels, ska-punk, reggae, and more.
 
Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing by Walt Whitman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 26, 2013.This poem is taken from Book 4 of Leaves of Grass, a collection of poetry which Whitman would continue editing and revising until his death. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
This is a gentle, delightful story of life and love on the bayoux of Acadian Louisiana during the latter half of the 19th century. Bonaventure is a Creole raised among the Acadians. He loves learning, and through his calling as a teacher, and his own unique force of character, comes to have a lasting effect on the people around him. A word of warning: This story has occasional references to Jews and African Americans that the modern mind finds offensive. They are retained here in the interes ...
 
Working at Louisiana Farm Bureau, my coworkers and I get to travel the state telling stories for farmers on our TV show, This Week In Louisiana Agriculture. What we’ve found is that there are a lot of interesting aspects that don’t make it into the finished story you see on the show. This podcast is our way to more fully tell that story. Our hope is that you better understand the issues farmers face every single day, and that he or she isn’t much different from you and I. We want this podcas ...
 
Yee-haw! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time the boys are headed to the canebrakes in the swamps of Louisiana. Of course trouble follows our friends into the swamp, but Chunky will surprise everyone in this book. - Summary by Ann BoulaisPrevious book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in New EnglandNext book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in Alaska
 
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There’s no getting around it. If you want to be a successful chef or bartender, you have to have a consuming passion for food, drink, and hospitality. Especially in New Orleans. But what distinguishes our city from many other dining destinations is the fact that we’re one of the oldest cities in America – with three centuries of history and tales t…
 
400. Part 1 of our interview with Timothy Bartel about Evangeline. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Evangeline was a bestseller in nineteenth-century America, inspiring generations of readers with a heroine who overcomes colonial violence and exile in her romantic and spiritual quest across America. Long ignored by modernist scholars, Evangeline is fin…
 
Cajuns are often associated with seafood, especially the crawfish, but in the prairie areas of south Louisiana, Cajuns are pork eater. Dixie Poche, author of the book the “Cajun Pig,” joins Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life magazine, along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot to savor the pork. Oh yes, they will also discuss the app…
 
John Kennedy Toole's novel A Confederacy of Dunces is internationally revered for having captured the essence and eccentricity of New Orleans — and for introducing readers to its larger-than-life protagonist, Ignatius J. Reilly. On this week's show, we take a culinary look between the pages of the book that, 37 years ago, was posthumously awarded t…
 
399. Part 2 of our interview with David and Ashley Havird. They joined us to read and discuss some of their poetry. The Havirds are poets from Shreveport in North Louisiana. David, Professor Emeritus of English at Centenary, has published several collections of poetry, including Map Home (2013) and Penelope’s Design (2010). His work has also appear…
 
Not only have whiskey and rum long been shipped through the state’s ports but local bartenders have created classics such as the Sazerac and Huey Long’s favorite, the Ramos Gin Fizz. Tim McNally – an expert on cocktail history and the author of a new book about the Sazerac, along with Louisiana Life Magazine Executive Editor Errol Laborde and produ…
 
On this week’s show, we look at New Orleans history through the lens of the city’s material culture.We begin with Jim Bruseth and Toni Turner, who reveal a surprising turn of events that preceded the official founding of New Orleans. Evidently, if the French explorer La Salle hadn’t blundered in his attempt to form a colony here, the city would hav…
 
398. Part 1 of our interview with poets David and Ashley Havird. David and Ashley join us to read and discuss some of their poetry. The Havirds are poets from Shreveport in North Louisiana. David, Professor Emeritus of English at Centenary, has published several collections of poetry, including Map Home (2013) and Penelope’s Design (2010). His work…
 
Maria Davidson is the Program Manager for Large Carnivore species with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and she joins us to talk all about the Louisiana Black Bear on this episode of The Louisiana Bowhunter Podcast presented by Relentless BoatsBởi Kyler Mopper, Locke Wheeler, Maria Davidson
 
What is it like to own a plantation estate? Well, instead of worrying about the sugar harvest there is more concern about the tourist arrivals. It also helps to have a good eye for architecture, design and style. Kevin Kelly the owner of Houmas House and Gardens in Ascension Parish joins Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life magazine, a…
 
Stick a fork in it! 2020 is done – well done in fact! While this has been a year filled with unparalleled trials and tribulations, there has been much to inspire, uplift, and downright laugh about! On this week's show, we hear from New Orleans activist Devin De Wulf, who inspired his Krewe of Red Beans to make a significant difference in the lives …
 
397. Part 2 of our interview with Katy Shannon about her book on L'Abeille. The New Orleans Bee contains extensive excerpts from the first year of publication of the city’s most influential French-language newspaper. It captures this diverse city in its formative years authentically and with an immediacy that can be provided only by a primary sourc…
 
Most of us who have done any last minute travel know how if feels when you stop at a hotel for the night only to see the sign in the window blinking “No Vacancy!” So imagine how Mary and Joseph must have felt when they came to Bethlehem and she was about to have a baby and there was no room at the inn. That was not the only time that Jesus has come…
 
2020 has been a tumultuous year filled with loss – and the toll on our hospitality industry continues with many restaurants having to shutter their doors after decades in business. One of New Orleans' most significant losses came in July when K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen closed permanently. Chef Paul Prudhomme and his wife Kay opened the restaurant i…
 
396. Part 1 of our interview with Katy Shannon about her book on L'Abeille. The New Orleans Bee contains extensive excerpts from the first year of publication of the city’s most influential French-language newspaper. It captures this diverse city in its formative years authentically and with an immediacy that can be provided only by a primary sourc…
 
We are joined by members of the Thistlethwaite, Patrick and Lawrence, for an in depth discussion all about Thistlethwaite WMA, leased to the state by their family. On this episode of The Louisiana Bowhunter Podcast presented by Relentless Boats.Bởi Locke Wheeler, Lawrence Thistlethwaite, Kyler Moppert, Patrick Thistlethwaite
 
395. Part 2 of our interview with Hans Sternberg & James Shelledy. We Were Merchants. The words “Goudchaux’s / Maison Blanche” conjure up a wealth of fond memories for local shoppers. At this landmark Louisiana department store, clerks greeted you by name; children received a nickel to buy a Coke and for every report-card A; families anticipated th…
 
395½. We talk with our friend Lamar White, Jr., about the 2020 election in Louisiana. Lamar has written a biography of Carlos Marcello entitled Big Daddy of the Big Easy. Lamar is also the founder and editor of Bayou Brief. "We are Louisiana's first and only statewide, non-profit, member-supported, and digitally-focused news publication. The Bayou …
 
Louisiana has a new Seafood King! The Northshore’s very own, Chef Robert Vasquez of Pepe’s Sonoran Cuisine in Covington handily won the 2020 crown with his red snapper, crawfish sofrito. On this St. Tammany Taste Quick Bite, we zoom in with Chef Robert to learn all about this year’s competition and just how the Southwestern native came to win this …
 
To the great debate about which is more appropriate to accompany gumbo – sweet potato or potato salad? – Stanley Dry offers a great alternative, sweet potato salad. Dry is the Food Editor for Louisiana Life magazine. He had also written for Food & Wine, Travel & Leisure, The New York Times, The New York Times Book Review and is the author of "The E…
 
Sometimes, making a change means having difficult conversations. The What's Next Louisiana Podcast leads an important discussion about diversity, equity, and inclusion and the student experience across Louisiana's Community and Technical Colleges. A special thanks to Damian Glover for leading this live discussion with our panelists representing stu…
 
Today we will take a look at two of the greatest hymns ever written–Elizabeth’s Hail Mary and Mary’s The Magnificat. Both of these hymns have found there way into the Catholic liturgy as a part of their worship of Mary, but as we will see today these songs were never intended for that purpose. Instead, they were given to honor Mary, and more import…
 
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