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Bayou Eats

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Dec 30th, 2019
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Located inside Fiesta Nutrition Center, Dreaux Coffee is a specialty coffee and tea bar that is “slingin’ beans” and brewing products that aim to bring people together one specialty cup at a time. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK | ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA It seems appropriate that the life-blood of...
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Nov 30th, 2019
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ONE-OF-A-KIND CULTURAL DESTINATION IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MONROE THE ELI IS JAY HOWELL’S VISION AND ULTIMATELY A SHOWCASE FOR SOME OF HIS FAVORITE HAUNTS By Vanelis Rivera For Jay Howell, opening up a business and creating a brand incorporates all the things he loves about art, music, and design. “It’s...
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Oct 28th, 2019
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Georgie and Lea Johnson’s grandson, Toby Traylor, has continued the tradition of delivering delcious food and mouth-watering pies in a casual, down-home atmosphere at the Monroe restaurant. ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA | PHOTOGRAPHY BY PRAJAL PRASAI It all started in 1928 in Lecompte, Louisiana. “Before...
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Sep 30th, 2019
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Monroe’s next-best-thing to abuela’s kitchen is Kahlo Tapas & Tequila. Partners Mario Mata and Cesar Nunez have opened their newest venture that features distinguished Mexican flavors in the form of a tapas and tequilería establishment. article by Vanelis Rivera | photography by Andrew Bailey For...
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Aug 30th, 2019
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Whether you’re drawn to a casual menu, expertly crafted cocktails, a view without an equal, or all of the above, Miro’s is ready to touch all five of your senses and then some. ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA | PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW BAILEY Fort Miro, a late eighteenth-century Spanish outpost named after Go...
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Aug 6th, 2019
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Saluting Home Cooks and Heirloom Recipes article by GEORGIANN POTTS  | heirloom recipe photography by PRAJAL PRASAI The late Louisiana chef, Paul Prudhomme, once said, “You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.” He was a spectacular chef and a very wise man. Fancy linens, sterling silver cutler...
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Jul 29th, 2019
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Southern Mixing Pot taps into the mixed medley of the Louisiana people and culture by way of their playful and savory dishes. article by VANELIS RIVERA | photography by ANDREW BAILEY Culture visibly influences life in every conceivable way, and in Louisiana, the busiest intersection of our vastly ble...
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Jul 1st, 2019
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article by vanelis rivera | photography by andrew bailey LOUISIANA IS NO STRANGER TO NATURE’S BOUNTY. From corn to sugarcane, the boot of the country has been kicking up cash crops since its infancy. Even in the thick of mass production and processed foods, farming remains integral to our health, env...
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May 28th, 2019
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Railway is a fully immersive experience into the complexities of coffee. With three locations open in Ruston, Railway Coffee is bringing out the best in people and coffee. ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERAPHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW BAILEY Five years ago, “native Rustonian” Michael Davis drank bad coffee at work. ...
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Apr 30th, 2019
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Frank’s Has Brought the Love of the Italian Pizza-Making Craft to Louisiana article by Vanelis Rivera photography by Andrew Bailey In the world of pizza masters, the Neapolitan pizza is held to incredibly rigorous standards. Conceived around 1600 in Campania, Italy’s southwestern region, it has achie...