Category: Community

Try These Recipes At Your Annual Final Playoff Game Party

Multi-ethnic group of football fans, friends at home watching the game on television. They are cheering. Snacks.
For football fans, February means one thing. It’s time for the annual final playoff game. Because this is such a big deal, why not invite close friends or family members over to watch the game? However, whether you host a get-together or go to someone else’s house, you’ll need to... [read more]

How To Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

New year resolutions 2023 on desk. 2023 resolutions list with notebook, coffee cup on table.
Because they’re so hard to keep, a lot of people don’t make New Year’s resolutions. However, if you want to change some things in 2023, there’s no reason you can’t. These tips will show you how to stay on track with all your goals for the new year. Why Make New... [read more]

Tips For Beating The Post-Holiday Blues

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Usually, around June, people begin to plan for the upcoming holidays. That means, for six months, they’re already buying Christmas gifts, stocking up on kitchen staples, and creating lists of guests to invite to dinner. Combined with the hustle and bustle of each event, it’s no wonder that they feel... [read more]

Get A Taste Of Italy At Cristiano Ristorante

Big dinner table with italian food, pizzas and pastas, appetizers and wine, banner size
Regardless of the time of year or occasion, Italian food always tastes amazing. However, it seems just a little better during the holidays. After all, the dishes are robust and comforting. For the ultimate dining experience, it’s important to choose the right restaurant. In Houma, Louisiana, that’s Cristiano Ristorante. Unique, Rustic,... [read more]

Bake Delicious Holiday Cookies

Family baking together
While people make cakes and pies during the holidays, cookies are always on everyone’s list of favorite baked goods. When stored properly, they’ll taste great for weeks. However, they’re best hot out of the oven. This year, surprise your family with these amazing holiday cutout cookies. Ingredients You’ll love this easy-to-follow recipe... [read more]

Holiday Travel Tips

Every year, people travel during the holidays. Due to the pandemic, the volume of travelers who plan to drive dropped to around 33% in the U.S. alone. Even so, hundreds of thousands of people will share the roadways. In addition, a lot of people fly. Regardless, consider these helpful tips... [read more]

Get Ready For Christmas Early This Season

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For most families, a lot of effort goes into the Christmas holiday. That includes shopping for gifts, preparing guestrooms, baking cookies, and making a delicious feast. However, if you’re like most individuals, you wait until the last minute to get some or all of these things done. Here’s an easy... [read more]

Find Seafood Favorites At Big Al’s

Photo of fried soft-shell crab sandwich served at a restaurant for lunch. This sandwich comes with cole slaw. The sandwich is made with bread, a whole soft-shell crab, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise. This is a common summer seafood in Maryland.
  Whether you live in Houma, Louisiana, or you plan to visit, there’s only one place to go for excellent seafood. The restaurant, Big Al’s, fondly referred to as “Home of the Crawfish King,” won’t disappoint. You can enjoy your meal in the dining room or have the restaurant provide catering... [read more]

Try This Oyster Dressing This Holiday

Homemade oyster cornbread stuffing in a Southern-style cornbread dressing made with red bell pepper, celery, onion, herbs, crumble cornbread, cubed white bread and oyster served for a traditional Southern Thanksgiving
Even if you’re not a big fan of Thanksgiving dressing, you’ll love this recipe. You can find many different options for oyster dressing, but none of them compare to this. The flavors will enhance every dish you place on the table. You can make something for your family this year... [read more]

Taste Cajun Fare At Boudreau & Thibodeau’s

A Deliciously Prepared Mahi-mahi filet of fish Cajun Style topped with shrimp, crawfish and a white wine lemon butter sauce with a side of dirty rice
Boudreau and Thibodeau are folk heroes who mess up and make mistakes but are still lovable and funny. And at Boudreau and Thibodeau’s Cajun Cookin’, you get tasty food and that sense of fun and play. In fact, a visit to this restaurant can feed both your stomach and your... [read more]