mandag den 27. juni 2011

Hungry Town & New Orleans Food 5 #ALA11

The new item on the program this year, as I wrote about yesterday is The “What’s Cooking @ ALA” Cooking stage will showcase a variety of chefs and authors. Chefs will be heating up the exhibit floor with fantastic displays of the latest cookbooks. Chefs will be there every day to prepare the hottest recipes and to autograph their latest books. Actually it is a very fun and different idea at a conference like this there are very serious

I have made this little video from the event today:

(a good advice, eat always the same as the locals do)

Famed New Orleans Food critic Tom Fitzmorris uses his bestselling books Hungry Town and Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food to frame the New Orleans restaurant scene and how easily it brushed off the effects of Katrina and the BP oil spill to reach its highest point, in both quality and numbers, in history. He’ll explain how New Orleans food is the last bastion of eating with your heart, instead of with your head, and give examples of great New Orleans eateries. Tom Fitzmorris writes several thousand words a day for The New Orleans MENU Daily, a review of New Orleans dining he began in the 1970s. It’s online at nomenu.com. His radio show airs live 18 hours a week on 1350 AM in New Orleans. A Certified Culinary Professional, Fitzmorris was born on Mardi Gras and he lives in New Orleans still. For more information visit: http://www.abramsbooks.com

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