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Cooking up Creole tradition in the Old Pueblo

It’s more than just a few letters that distinguish the Cajuns from the Creoles in the Pelican State. While the terms are often used synonymously, the gulf between these two regional Louisiana styles of cooking is as wide as Lake Pontchartrain. So in ... read more

Cooking up Creole, Cajun traditions in Old Pueblo

It’s more than just a few letters that distinguish the Cajuns from the Creoles in the Pelican State. While the terms are often used synonymously, the gulf between these two regional Louisiana styles of cooking is as wide as Lake Pontchartrain. So in ... read more

The Weekly List: 23 Things To Do In Tucson In The Next 10 Days

Children ages 5 and up (accompanied by an adult ... which means audiences could hear the six speakers talk about anything from cultural cooking traditions to providing food for the hungry. Come hungry for fellowship and personal anecdotes, but no need ... read more

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India Dukaan spices up Tucson kitchen

Editor’s note: This story is one in a series the Star is doing on ethnic grocery stores in the Old Pueblo ... up with customer demand. “We try our best to get it in all the popular brands in India,” Ravi said. India Dukaan offers staples of Indian ... read more

Inside a day in the life of candymakers at iconic Pueblo store

"Joe is our cook and he has it down," Connors said. "He has it down to a science." Archuleta works nonstop. He's always moving, whether it's mixing up some ... and old. The store is a staple of Pueblo, and Connors hopes to continue that tradition for ... read more

New Discoveries in Arizona May Be ‘Game-Changers’ in Study of Ancient Culture’s Fate

While the cause — or, more likely, series of causes — remains poorly understood, Dr. Deni Seymour says she has turned up an important ... for Ancient Culture of Cahokia, New Digs Suggest“) In a paper recently published in the Old Pueblo Archaeology ... read more

Food History: Chinese Flavors of Peru

Jorge Salazar wrote in 2002. . . . . . . How many cultures influenced what some inappropriately call the ‘Creole Cuisine’ of Peru? We may never know, but what is certain is that there is an immense number. Together, these many varieties make up ... read more

In every Louisiana cook's kitchen, green recipes

"It's that old small-town culture of ... until ready to use (up to 1 day in advance). Wrap and refrigerate the remaining portion of dough. For the filling: Melt the butter in a large saute pan over medium heat. Stir in the flour; cook long enough for ... read more

Why Tucson Is the Best Food City in Arizona

Ultimately, you’ll be the judge, but several dynamics warrant a closer look at this historic, Old Pueblo-turned-culinary destination ... from the restaurant that hosts pop-up dinners by other Tucson chefs and a cooking school. The city experiences ... read more

15 charming cities in the American South you may have overlooked

With diverse picks ranging from San Antonio and its old Western ... Caribbean-Creole property which has a spot on the National Registry of Historic Homes. Another excellent option to call home is Maison Madeleine, where you can take part in cooking classes ... read more


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