January 12, 2012

Hearty Dinner Thursday: Seafood Edition

In the history of Hearty Dinner Thursday, we’ve covered everything from rich meaty casseroles to vegetarian entrees like lasagna. In our review, we have not covered all of the delicious ways that seafood can be used to make delectable and filling meals. Keep reading to see our meal suggestions, and tell us about your favorite seafood. Read the rest of this entry »

April 5, 2011

A Video Interview with Chef Rick Bayless

Here at Chew on That, we absolutely adore Chef Rick Bayless. Editor Hillary actually attended Rick Bayless’ Top Chef Masters Viewing Party in 2009, and she had a blast! So when we found out that we could chat with Rick about cooking, the non-profit initiative Seeds of Change, and get a demonstration of him making his famous chipotle shrimp, we were ecstatic! Check out the video after the jump!

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January 13, 2011

Seafood Round-Up: An Ode to My Favorite Creatures of the Deep!

I’m a seafood nut.  I simply can’t get enough of the stuff!  From calamari and shrimp to oysters and mussels, I love it all and I would eat it every day if I could.  Because I’m obsessed with all kinds of tasty sea creatures, I decided to put together a list of my favorite seafood dishes and all the best seafood experiences I’ve ever had.  Keep reading to check ‘em out! Read the rest of this entry »

May 26, 2010

Paula Deen Supports the Louisiana Seafood Industry


If you thought that the BP oil  spill throughout the Gulf of Mexico didn’t affect the food and cooking industry, you were wrong. But it’s probably not what you think. The misconceptions that Louisiana seafood is now unsafe or unavailable is actually hurting the area’s seafood industry more than the actual oil spill itself.

Luckily, world renown chef, Paula Deen, the queen of southern cooking, and John Besh, a cookbook author and a celebrated chef of New Orleans, are joining together to garner some excitement for the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience which begins today, according to an article in the Associated Press.
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