Hurricane Ida Wreaks Havoc on Louisiana’s Seafood Industry

Hurricane Ida Wreaks Havoc on Louisiana’s Seafood Industry

This time, the levees around New Orleans held. The reduced flooding in the city after Hurricane Ida helped minimize the catastrophic loss of life following Hurricane Katrina 16 years ago. But some levees in southern parishes didn’t fare as well. And Ida’s widespread devastation, fueled by sustained 150 mph winds, will have long-term consequences for […]

Slow Fish Rises to the Challenge

Slow Fish Rises to the Challenge

The sun shines on Day 4 of Slow Fish New Orleans at Docville Farm in Violet, La, where attendees were treated to tasty seafood (at left) and a boucherie with slow cooked, fire pit pork and lamb (at right) from the local Slow Meat chapter. It’s a surreal, if a bit funny experience to eat […]