Pork, cabbage and black-eyed peas—according to Southern tradition, these are the foods you must eat on New Year's Day to start the year off right. But no one says you have to eat these foods in their most basic forms—or that you can't...
DATE: December 27, 2012 | CATEGORY: (Dine) First Bite
The sweet, floral flavor of a fresh lychee has made it a go-to ingredient in both traditional Asian desserts and in modern applications from trendy cocktails to pork marinades. Lychee lovin' Baton Rougeans normally turn to canned fruit to get their...
DATE: June 28, 2012 | CATEGORY: (Dine) Du Jour
Every native of the South has been asked the same question countless times in diners, cafes and restaurants over the course of their lives. A waiter or waitress poses it at the outset of the meal for the straightforward purpose of fact-finding, but...
DATE: May 09, 2012 | CATEGORY: Spatula Diaries
According to the calendar, the summer is coming to a close. But according to thermostats, the summer heat will be sticking around for a little while longer. And that means we’re still looking for great "cold drinks" in Baton Rouge.
DATE: August 25, 2011 | CATEGORY: 225 Dine
According to the calendar, the summer is coming to a close.
DATE: July 31, 2011 | CATEGORY: News (225)
Southern seafood and the Japanese delicacy of sushi come together in a match made in heaven. Something about our two cooking cultures makes for a tasty combination. And now that crawfish season is under way, our local sushi chefs have an opportunity...
DATE: April 07, 2011 | CATEGORY: 225 Dine
A rare glimpse into the 'back of the house'
DATE: February 28, 2011 | CATEGORY: News (225)
Ichiban opened in 2003 at the dawn of the sushi explosion in the Capital City. Perhaps the quality of the food at this family-owned and -operated restaurant on Essen Lane had something to do with boosting the Japanese trend locally. Consistently...
DATE: November 18, 2010 | CATEGORY: 225 Dine
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