Anderson, Brett
January 2009
Gourmet;Jan2009, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p82
The article discusses the development of New Orleans' crazy-quilt cuisine in Louisiana. It is said that the opening of Central Grocery by Salvatore Lupo is a great example of the development of the place. It is also said that there was also a Dooky Chase restaurant, which is famous for its gumbo z'herbes and fried chicken, owned by Leah Chase, the 85-year-old queen of Creole cuisine.


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