Nola is getting Back To Normal

Hi everyone. Thanks to my brother Brad for helping me get this site back up. I’ve been having technical difficulties of late, mainly having all of my posts reversed. This is why I haven’t been posting, because no one would even notice they were there anyway. Brad upgraded me to the new version of wordpress which has a lot of great features. One of which will allow me to finally take comments out of moderation. There is a plug in which will block the 100+ per day, rat b@stard comment spammers that I’ve had to sort through for the last year or two, to be able to read your much appreciated real comments.

I am still working a few bugs out, mostly getting some of the pictures on my older posts back up.

I have a lot of great stuff on deck, including lots of pics from my recent 3 day restaurant vacation in New Orleans. My favorite was being invited into the kitchen of Cochon to take pictures, great stuff, and one of my new favorite restaurants in New Orleans.

As always I appreciate all of my readers and all of your comments, I’ve met a lot of great people through this site, via email and comments, I look forward to many more great conversations.

9 thoughts on “Nola is getting Back To Normal”

  1. Ha! No Kidding! I just came back from Cochon about an hour ago. Excellent! I’m here for 6 days,and as usual, my goal is to eat as much as I can. :)

    In any case, glad to see you back up and running.

  2. Welcome Back! A thousand fold! Welcome, Welcome, Welcome!

    My next project is sausage and I will use your site as my guide.

    You have saved many a gumbo and other dishes.

    I am unworthy and cower in the flame of your brilliance.

    OK, that may be overboard, but, seriously, guys, you do good stuff and we out here on the Intertube appreciate what you do. Greatly.

    Long live the ROUX!

    All in favor of the flavor?


    Motion carries.


  3. Danno, this site is a Godsend. I was in NOLA in January, to watch the Sugar Bowl and since I’ve been back I’ve had the weekly knack for some NOLA cuisine. I’ve now made several of your recipe’s and they’ve ALL turned out superb! Thank you for sharing your culinary talents and making all of our palates happy! (and our stomachs fat)

  4. I love this site and being a New Orleanian, I can vouch for the authenticity of what you post. I love stopping by. Your recipes are the best! Can you get a recipe for Mosca’s Pineapple Fluff?

  5. I love your website. I found it while looking up recipes for Gumbo on the net, and I stumbled upon your site.

    I have forwarded it to friends and relatives so that we can get Louisiana cuisine right, even if we never make it there to experience the flavors first hand.

    You have really blessed me beyond measure.


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