Featured photo: The March pizza of the month at Pietro's, which I was too busy eating to write down the name of, apparently. Recently, I found myself getting re-acquainted with my old friend Giuseppe Filippazzo. One-half of ...
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Click here to view or download Eat Here: A Food Lover's Guide to Shreveport-Bossier. If there's one aspect of life in Louisiana that attracts more attention than any other, it's probably the food. The friendly folks at the ...
Sometimes, when I have a really terrific dining experience at a place where I didn't expect to have one, I think: "Maybe I just caught these folks on a good day." My recent experiences at
Filipino food, local beer and “more farmers than ever”: Looking forward to the 2015 Shreveport Farmers’ Market
Photo Note: A shopper browses at the Shreveport Farmers' Market in 2011. There's an old saying that "the only thing that is constant is change," a statement that definitely applies to the Shreveport Farmers' Market
Wine Country Bistro and Bottle Shop's annual whole hog barbecue and wine tasting party, Wine & Swine, will host what organizers are calling its "79th Edition," 3-6 p.m., Sunday, April 12. While we're pretty ...