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The Beat Goes On
Welcome to Tremé: the historical neighborhood where the seeds of New Orleans’s culture were sown more than 200 years ago—and where those roots held fast through Hurricane Katrina, anchoring the city during a decade of rebuilding.
The Queen of Creole Cuisine: Louisiana’s Leah Chase
At ninety-six, Chase has served her famous gumbo to everyone from Martin Luther King Jr. to Barack Obama. Her New Orleans restaurant was once a meeting place for civil rights freedom fighters, and her life inspired the character Tiana in Disney’s The Princess and the Frog.
Creole Catfish Stew
Hearty but not too heavy, this vibrant fish stew—inspired by one from Food & Wine magazine—is welcome any time of year, but especially on early-spring evenings when homegrown offerings are limited. It’s quick to assemble, and leftovers freeze well.