Aunt Evelyn’s Virginia Tea Cakes

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Mardi Gras Float

Helen Reporting: While many people are getting ready for the Super Bowl later this week, if you live in New Orleans, another exciting event is Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras comes once a year in New Orleans and includes food, fun, beads, and of course,  huge parades. These parades feature floats that are not only amazing to […]

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Macaroon Angels

Helen Reporting   Macaroons are pale gold coconut confections, half-cookie, half-cake. No one knows exactly who made the first one or in what country, but French bakers were praised for these confections as early as the17th century. Creole Cookery, printed in New Orleans in 1885, calls for two ounces of almonds pounded in a mortar […]

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