NolaVie Presents : Food


A sampling of stories about the many flavors of New Orleans.

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Meet: Milkfish -- the restaurant. After months and months…and more months, former pop-up MIlkfish has opened the doors of its standing restaurant (125 N. Carrolton). The joint that prides itself on its irrefutable reputation as “the only Filipino food ... Read More »

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Meet: Seed. Eating at a vegan cafe in NOLA is like seeking out a pizza parlor in Beijing. Right? Needless to say, in new Orleans, vegan menu options have been notoriously limited and vegan restaurants have been, well, ... Read More »

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A Sugerman's bagel with Laura Sugerman's home-sured salmon.

  Recently, much to the dismay of local bagel lovers, Artz Bagels suddenly shuttered. So where else can mourning bagel fans get their fix? Don’t worry, we have a solution. This week NolaVie and My House NOLA sat ... Read More »

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Meet: The Theo's food truck. Finally, we can stand/walk/wander when we eat our pizza. Riddle me this: In a city that loves to drink and wander at odd hours of the night, why is it that we have street tacos, ... Read More »

Shortall's Rectum Rocket recipe

Shortall's Rectum Rockets

Our behind-the-barbecue glimpse of Shortall's BBQ left our mouths watering, so we naturally wanted a way to bring Shortall's into our own kitchens. Owner Chris Shortall shared his recipe for BBQ Rectum Rockets a kicked-up play (involving BACON!) ... Read More »

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Sliders at Shortall's BBQ

Before forming his barbecue venture -- Shortall’s BBQ, a Texas-style barbecue pop-up located at Twelve Mile Limit in Mid-City -- Shortall attended University of North Texas and earned a degree in hotel management. Read More »

Food Porn: Of love and sno-balls

This is what heaven would look like if it were piled into a plastic cup.

When Hansen's Sno-Bliz opened earlier this month, it was hardly what you'd call "sno-ball weather."  The day was lugubriously gray, damp and chilly, the kind of weather you'd expect to find in Oregon rather than in New Orleans ... Read More »

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