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Farm to Table: Easy Taco Salad Made With Local Ingredients Farm to Table: Easy Taco Salad Made With Local Ingredients
Farm to Table is a movement dedicated to locally sourced food and local ingredients. One expert shares his recipe for taco salad that utilizes local ingredients.
3:06
By: WGNO
Drink of the Day: Apple Pie Drink of the Day: Apple Pie
Today's drink of the day is Apple Pie.
0:42
By: WGNO
How To Make a Watermelon Cucumber Crush How To Make a Watermelon Cucumber Crush
Muddle 4 pieces of watermelon 1 ½ oz. Pearl Cucumber Vodka Splash of simple syrup Splash of agave nectar Splash of lime juice
0:44
By: WGNO
How To Make A Bananas Foster Martini How To Make A Bananas Foster Martini
1 oz. vanilla vodka ½ oz. butterscotch schnapps ½ oz. banana liqueur 1 oz. White Godiva
0:49
By: WGNO
How To Make An Uptown Streetcar How To Make An Uptown Streetcar
Muddle 4 pieces of watermelon 1 ½ oz. Pearl Cucumber Vodka Splash of simple syrup Splash of agave nectar Splash of lime juice
0:39
By: WGNO
Favorite Game Day Treats Under 300 Calories Favorite Game Day Treats Under 300 Calories
Football season is kicking into high gear, which means tailgating and football parties at home. WGNO has four easy options that are delicious, nutritious, and all under 300 calories.
3:59
By: WGNO
Perfect Tailgate Foods: Healthy Sausage Options Perfect Tailgate Foods: Healthy Sausage Options
Football season is kicking into high gear, which means tailgating and football parties at home. And grilling up sausage is one of the simplest and most popular fan favorites.
3:34
By: WGNO
3 Ways to Eat More Kale 3 Ways to Eat More Kale
Kale is a great source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but it may not be your favorite thing to eat all on its own. Here's three ways to incorporate kale into foods you already love.
3:00
By: WGNO
How to Make a Roux How to Make a Roux
Roux is a ritual, a foundation of flavor, and a commitment.
2:36
By: Southern Living
Uncorked: What You Need to Know About Red Blends Uncorked: What You Need to Know About Red Blends
Wine expert Adam Acquistapace explains why you shouldn't stick your nose up to different types of wine.
2:14
By: WGNO
Drink of the Day: Green Parade Punch Drink of the Day: Green Parade Punch
Today's drink of the day is Green Parade Punch.
0:58
By: WGNO
Drink of the Day: Bloody Barcadian Drink of the Day: Bloody Barcadian
Today's drink of the day is the Bloody Barcadian.
1:13
By: WGNO
Drink of the Day: Mardi Gras Purple Punch Drink of the Day: Mardi Gras Purple Punch
Today's drink of the day is the Mardi Gras Purple Punch.
0:55
By: WGNO
Drink Of The Day: Mid City Sunrise Drink Of The Day: Mid City Sunrise
Today's drink of the day is the Mid City Sunrise.
1:04
By: WGNO
How to Make a Traditional Roast Beef Po Boy How to Make a Traditional Roast Beef Po Boy
Cristina Ferrare has The Big Easy on her mind when she shows how to cook a traditional roast beef po boy sandwich. A New Orleans staple, Cristina also shares some of the history of the po boy.
4:44
By: Hallmark Channel
Sicilian Pork Campagnia Recipe Sicilian Pork Campagnia Recipe
Chef Nino demonstrates how to make Sicilian Pork Campagnia.
2:32
By: WGNO
Sunny Anderson's Fake-Out Beignets Sunny Anderson's Fake-Out Beignets
Make a last-minute Fat Tuesday treat with this easy, fake-out of the classic New Orleans beignets. You can use store-bought dough to whip these up in an instant!
3:21
By: The Rachael Ray Show
John Besh's Grandmother's Fried Chicken John Besh's Grandmother's Fried Chicken
The New Orleans chef shows you how to make his family fried chicken for a proper celebration.
3:26
By: The Rachael Ray Show
Drink of the Day: Pretty Run Rumbler Drink of the Day: Pretty Run Rumbler
Today's drink of the day is the Pretty Run Rumbler.
1:10
By: WGNO
How to Make Mambo Meatball Sliders How to Make Mambo Meatball Sliders
Chef Nino in New Orleans shows off his deep Italian cooking knowledge to demonstrate how to makes Italian meatball sliders.
3:33
By: WGNO
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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