News for Restaurants in New Orleans
If there are two things New Orleanians cannot resist, they are food and animals. Now, Southern Animal Foundation, the New Orleans non-profit, low-coast veterinary clinic is launching its first calendar, “Culinary Canines,” as a fundraising effort. The full-color calendar features local top chefs with their canine companions, a recipe created by each chef and a suggested wine pairing. The calendar sells for $15, and 100% of the money raised will be donated to SAF to support their Spay Nola program. Calendars are sold at Southern Animal Foundation (1823 Magazine St.); Swirl Wines (3143 Ponce De Leon St.); Partysist (200 Metairie Rd., Ste, 100); and Cork and Bottle (3700 Orleans Ave. #1C in the American Can Company). Featured chefs include Stephen Stryjewski—Cochon; Chip Flanagan—Ralph’s on the Park; Scott Snodgrass—ONE Restaurant & Lounge; and Brian Landry—Galatoire’s. Featured recipes include shrimp and deviled egg gumbo; filet foie gras with shiitake mushrooms and truffle oil demi glace; and coconut shrimp beignets with pepper jelly sauce.
Chef Scott Snodgrass of ONE Restaurant & Lounge updates and enhances his menu more often than most, and every time it is a winner. The chef and partner Lee McCoullough debuted their new fall menu, and back by popular demand are the char-grilled oysters with blue cheese and red wine vinaigrette. Also featured this season is herb gnocchi and escargot with wild mushrooms bordelaise. And those are just appetizers! The main dish selections now include the chef's coq au vin with smoked bacon and grilled chicken sausage, as well as a stellar spicy spaghetti Fra Diavolo with shrimp and chorizo. There is nothing tame about Snodgrass's cooking, but seasonings are always on the mark. ONE is now open for lunch four days a week. ONE Restaurant & Lounge, 8132 Hampson St., New Orleans, LA 70118, 504-301-9061.
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