The art of smoke, ten years later, at Bobbie Que's Rib Shack.
I had red beans and rice with an excellent smoked sausage at Kojak's deli last Monday. Red beans and rice on Mondays is an old New Orleans tradition. It comes from a time when ham was commonly served for Sunday dinner and Monday was laundry day. The beans would simmer on the stove with the ha ... More >>
This is the new late-night place to be if you like poor boys, grits and gravy, and breakfast in the middle of the night.
At 2:45 P.M. on Fat Tuesday, 2009, Pableaux Johnson, New Orleans food writer and raconteur extraordinaire, sent Houstonians this message: "Whatever you are doing, stop it right now and take the rest of the day off. It's Mardis Gras people! You have a whole lot of drinking to do if you hope to ... More >>
Should you find yourself hungry and thirsty in between Mardis Gras parades in New Orleans this weekend, try Liuzza's at 3636 Bienville in Midtown. Louisiana food writer Pableaux Johnson introduced me to this traditional New Orleans Italian spot. First, he ordered us a couple of Liuzza's famous gia ... More >>
The newest Gulf seafood joint in town is knocking them dead with cheap oysters and awesome gumbo
“Under no circumstances will you be required to open a can of Cream of Mushroom soup.” - Pableaux Johnson Pableaux Johnson clearly is having fun in this cookbook as a sample of some of his recipe titles --“Keg of Nails Beer Batter Bread,” “Goal-Line Mash-Up Guacamole” and “Laura’s ... More >>
Don't let the upscale decor at the new Cyclone Anaya's trick you into ordering the lobster enchiladas
Call it Cajun, Creole, zydeco or whatever you want, it's all good at Soul on the Bayeaux
Plus: Shoe Scuff, Stand Up, Broiler Steam
Floridita has a cute concept. Is there anything wrong with that?
Live dangerously with the Double Dumbass Combo at Gilhooley's Raw Bar
Cajun, New Orleans Creole and African-French Creole are three distinct cuisines.