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In the center of the busiest corridor of one of Louisiana’s largest cities lie hundreds of acres of fields, forests and remnants of a lifestyle from an earlier century. LPB, the Burden Foundation, LSU and the LSU AgCenter present Burden Museum & Gardens: A Family’s Gift. This program takes us on a journey that begins in the 1800’s where we meet the family whose heirs would eventually make an extraordinary gift for future generations.
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The preview of Chef John Folse's new 13-part series featuring fish and seafood recipes. An exciting, fun look at Chef Folse's new cooking series based on his popular cookbook with the same name. Hooks, Lies and Alibis focuses on this area's gift of being one of the best fishing regions in the world. From saltwater fishing in the gulf to freshwater bass fishing at Toledo Bend, Louisiana is truly The Sportsman's Paradise.
Redfish/Snapper - Caminada Pass
In this episode, John explains the different varieties of tasty gulf fish species we have off our coast. John introduces to local seafood experts from Tommy Vidrine, champion gulf fisherman, who specializes in catching Speckle Trout… to Leah Chase, famous Creole Chef from New Orleans, who describes how Creoles used Red Snapper to adorn their holiday table. John cooks a tasty Red Snapper Mardis Gras Style with good friend Buckley Kesler. Back on John’s White Oaks landing dock, he cooks Redfish with Captain Ryan Lambert, who owns a fishing and hunting lodge in Buras, LA. Then John makes a Creole Boulliabaisee with LA outdoors writer and host of his own outdoor show. Then John and both his guest relax with a little Southern Hospitality sipping a Caribbean Sunset on the dock at White Oaks.
Crabs - Louisa, LA
John visits St. Mary’s Seafood & Marina. He makes Fried Soft-Shelled Crab Po Boys with Frank Randol of Lafayette, owner of Randol’s Restaurant. John and Chris Lusk, Executive Chef from Café Revolution in New Orleans, make Ultimate Crab Cakes and French Fried Frog Legs. Plus John mixes a drink called the Havana Cooler.
Tilapia - Scott, LA
In this episode, John Folse travels to Scott, in south central Louisiana, and learns about all natural aqua farming of Tilapia. Brian Gotreaux and his family raise tilapia without the aid of any chemicals which they say gives their product a fresh, natural taste. Utilizing the farm-raised tilapia, John cooks with EBR Diosce Bishop Robert Muench and makes two tasty dishes. In their first recipe together, John shows the Bishop how to steam tilapia with an Asian flavor. And later, the two make Storm Night Soup; a perfect spring evening dish. And, John recounts his trip to Israel and roasting Tilapia on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.
LPB's Charlie Whinham travels to North Louisiana to celebrate the 300th birthday of the oldest town in Louisiana and the first French settlement in what later became the Louisiana Purchase. It was also the site for the hit movie Steel Magnolias. 2014 marks the Tri-Centennial for Louisiana's picturesque and timeless community of Natchitoches. Settled in 1714 by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis, Natchitoches is the oldest permanent settlement within the territory of Louisiana Purchase. Natchitoches and surrounding areas include French, Spanish, Creole and native American influences that still exists today.
Situated on the banks of the Ouachita River just north of Monroe, Louisiana, in the heart of the north delta lies a barn where people from all ages and walks of life come together to celebrate their distinctive culture. The North Delta Ramble is a series of barn parties whereby each event has a distinguished chef, band, and visual artist, who all come together to create the perfect "gumbo" of a party. Through food, music, and art, we are able to break barriers and bring people together to enjoy one thing we all have in common --- LIFE.
Swapping Stories: Folktales from Louisiana and Mon Cher Camarade together in Our Cajun Culture Gift Pack!
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