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Bayou Eats

By Meagan Russell
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Nov 11th, 2020
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ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERAPHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Trio’s proprietor Jenifer Johnson, for the last eight years, envisioned the possibility of a second location of one of Monroe’s staple eateries. “We are definitely a neighborhood bar and restaurant,” says Johnson, “we thrive on repeat customer...
By Meagan Russell
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Oct 5th, 2020
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Article by VANELIS RIVERA | photography by Kelly Moore Clark When you name your restaurant after the state dog of Louisiana, you’re not making a subtle statement. The Catahoula Leopard Dog is a short-coated canine, known for its striking appearance of varied coat and eye color patterns, including the...
By Meagan Russell
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Sep 8th, 2020
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Standards govern how we live our lives. They teach us what to expect from each other, and, at times, what we’re willing to put up with. It’s wise to re-evaluate our standards often, so as not to fall into complacency or lose sight of what we value, even if it’s something as habitual as coffee. [&hell...
By Cassie Livingston
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Jul 30th, 2020
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Looking for inspiration from your garden? These delicious dishes from area restaurants feature berry medleys used in flavorful ways. From handcrafted pastries to summer salads, these berrylicious servings will tingle your taste buds. Clockwise, starting from top left: The PlatterA variety of cheeses ...
By Cassie Livingston
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Jul 29th, 2020
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The Medina Market is a convenience store specializing in Latin American food products, some of which you won’t find anywhere else in Northeast Louisiana. article by VANELIS RIVERA and photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK THE AMERICAN DREAM HAS BEEN A LONGSTANDING ETHOS OF THE UNITED STATES, drawing peopl...
By Cassie Livingston
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Jul 2nd, 2020
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This month’s BayouEats feature, SHAW NUFF BBQ, isn’t just a story of good barbecue, it’s a story of service to humanity. Owner and Pit Master, SAM SHAW, hasn’t just made barbecue a meal, he’s made a life out of it. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK | ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA I’m your Michael Jordan o...
By Cassie Livingston
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Jun 5th, 2020
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IN THE SPIRIT OF THE MOST ACTIVE TIME OF YEAR, WE CAME UP WITH A MUST-EAT CHECKLIST SURE TO COMPLIMENT THE LAZY DRIFTING DAYS OF SUMMER. ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERAPHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARKSTYLING BY TAYLOR BENNETT FOR FIFTEEN YEARS, Deborah Callaway’s snowball and ice cream stand has served as ...
By Cassie Livingston
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Apr 29th, 2020
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LOCAL RESTAURANTS OFFER PATRONS CURBSIDE SERVICE AND DINE-AT-HOME OPTIONS ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERAPHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARKSTYLING BY TAYLOR BENNETT In the catastrophic wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many industries have been brutalized. As measures issued by the Centers for Disease Control a...
By Meagan Russell
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Mar 5th, 2020
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FILÉ STEAKHOUSE AND OYSTER BAR IS BRINGING THE FLAVORFUL GOODNESS OF SOUTH LOUISIANA DISHES AND SERVING THEM WITH NORTH LOUISIANA ATTITUDE BY VANELIS RIVERA AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Winnsboro, the Stars and Stripes capital of Louisiana, is a rural American view. Though the word ‘rural’ ma...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2020
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“The Original” Coney Island West Monroe has been serving up diner favorites and continues to do so thanks to a whole lot of stored memories and consistent classic, homey dishes. ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA | PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK There’s not a lot that can compete with a childhood memory, es...