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As the temperature increased over the past weekend, it became even hotter in the kitchen as the award winning female chefs of New Orleans: Toya Boudy, Melissa Hinton, legendary Hip Hop icon Mia X, and television’s “Chopped” contestant Ashley Jonique, better known as “Let Dat Girl Cook!” put their wrist to work, while giving inspirations and insights on how they keep their food so spicy and soulful. On Wednesday, June 28 at the 1st Annual Lady Chef Awards held at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum in New Orleans, LA, these dynamic African-American women were honored and kept it real.…

For the Duncan family, business is a way of life. Omar and Gina Duncan have raised their kids: Justin, Austin, and Kaitlyn, to think out of the box and never limit their creative minds. Perhaps thinking ‘out the box’ gave them the idea to build a restaurant out of shipping boxes. Their family project is not only a new business but they just may have created a new trend. The Duncans took two shipping containers (the big carts you usually see on the back of diesels), and made two cafes in the New Orleans 7th Ward. They called their new location……

Every year one of the biggest Festivals in North Louisiana happens in the Spring. Winnsboro, LA, a small town maybe one hour from Monroe, hosts the Annual Catfish Festival each year. People drive there from all over the region. The Festival is filled with different seafood samples and catfish dishes. Local chefs and cafes sell their food to visitors to show up the taste of Winnsboro, LA. One of the best highlights of the Festival is the opportunity for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners to sell or showcase their products. Debra Neal drove all the way from Dallas, TX to participate…

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