Classic Hamburger with a Cajun flair

Classic Hamburger  with a Cajun flair

This week is National Hamburger week . And I am traveling to favorite place in Lafayette to enjoy a classic hamburger done right. And this burger has not changed on the menu for 70 years--even in a middle of a pandemic. you can buy one Lisa When Judice Inn opened in 1947, brothers Marc and [...]

National Visit a Museum Day

National Visit a Museum Day

Museums are still closed here but you can visit them virtually. Filled with great art , music and more they have something for everyone. Lisa Stroll through the art galleries—or at least feel like you are—when you take the 360-degree virtual tour of the New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans’ oldest fine arts institution, which [...]

St. Landry Tourist Center

St. Landry Tourist Center

Today in my virtual classroom we are on a Field Trip : The St Landry Tourist Center The Center is an award-winning example of how sustainable practices can and should be incorporated in the design and function of a building as well as a state certified welcome center. From its orientation on the property to the [...]

Louisiana Dewberries

Louisiana Dewberries

1 qt ripe berries1 c water1 c sugar2 Tbsp butter or margarine2 Tbsp flour (to thicken)SELF CRUSTING COBBLER1 c flour2 tsp baking powder3/4 c sugar3/4 c milk In a saucepan, heat berries, water, sugar and butter. Add flour to thicken. Simmer on low heat, until desired thickness. Do not scorch.In a large mixing bowl, sift [...]

Monday : Project Life

Monday : Project Life

Hello : Welcome to March ! First week of March Project Life : Monday's post : I share photo and tidbits of everyday life and what's coming up this week. Staying close to home this week we are all fighting the flu /cold and with the crazy weather trying to stay well. Days go from [...]

Mardi Gras in Cajun Country

Mardi Gras in Cajun Country

Welcome to class : today a little Louisiana history and traditions. So come with me across the Miss River to Cajun Country : The center is a unit of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, and is located in Eunice, Louisiana. The only one of its kind, the center tells the story of the Acadians who settled [...]

Natchitoches Lights Festival * Celebrate The Christmas Season‎

Natchitoches Lights Festival * Celebrate The Christmas Season‎

This Monday we are in Natioches ,la for the Christmas lights: Named after a Native American tribe, Natchitoches (pronounced Nack-a-tish ) is the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase Territory. Since 1927, we are home to one of the oldest community-based holiday celebrations in the country. Starting as a one-day festival, the Natchitoches Christmas [...]