Wanderlust: New Orleans

By Mac Malikowski | April 3, 2013

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New Orleans

I thought I had New Orleans pinned. In my mind it was always just the Southern metropolis party city that serves chicory coffee twenty-four hours a day. I love to travel and I have always wanted to visit New Orleans but I had never expected the city to challenged me the way others cities did. I thought I had it figured out, until I actually went there. Read More


Celebrating Mardi Gras With King’s Cake!

By mahir | March 7, 2011

King’s Cake is a centuries-old Mardi Gras tradition – covered with colored sugar of the three kings, yellow, green, and purple, a little toy Baby Jesus or a crowned king usually hides inside this cake as a surprise for a lucky individual! Read More


A Nutty Nutritional Boil – Food Thoughts with Sheryl Estrada

By mahir | November 11, 2010

A visit to the Stuart Green Market in Stuart, Fla. on a Sunday means it’s boiled peanut time. I do partake in the fresh produce offerings. But, for me the highlight of this small market is Barbi’s Boiled Peanuts.

When you walk up to Barbi’s Boiled Peanuts stand, she first asks whether or not you have ever eaten them. If not, she offers a sample of her three varieties resting in crock pots: Cajun, spicy or regular. She explains how to open the shell without crushing the peanut, has a bowl for the shells when you’re finished and a towel handy so you can wipe your hands.

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