Category: Creole Cooking

Reflections During a Plague Year: a segue from Madame Langlois’ Legacy to Book Three, reading historiography to bridge the transition I was introduced to the work of Will Durant at Christmas of 1977 by a co-worker, she was my secret Santa and gave me one of her old books. Even though it probably was a […]

History & Recipes for your enjoyment and edification What follows below are recipes and a later chapter of the upcoming (Summer, 2020) culinary history of eighteenth century Louisiana and New Orleans. Herein is found the truly Original Creole Cuisine of Louisiana. These foods and recipes are true to the cooking styles and ingredients that are […]

I couldn’t have said it better. The Reviewer was spot on, this is a great read. Enjoy it while sheltering in place. Jon G. -aka Jerry – Laiche Sabina Gabrielli Carrara’s thriller Black Souls welcomes readers to both Ireland and Italy, but you don’t have to live there to enjoy her dark … BOOK… BOOK […]

Seventy Five years ago, the entire world was consumed with the mission of destroying an evil that had almost consumed the world. A catchphrase among the free peoples back then, in response to complaints and inconveniences was, – Deal with it, “There’s a war on!”. The same sentiment can be said to be in effect […]

HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, and a MERRY HOLIDAY SEASON This year – in a gap in my editorial business – I am focused on building my “platform” **** You know, all that marketing junk that comes with being a writer. My website is finally active – you are there now reading this – but far […]

Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!  Let all who have ears, hear. Let all who have eyes, see. Be it known to all these present that CHANGES ARE COMING to the online presence, platform, and literary beingness of The 1718 Project, Technical Support Services, Inc, the new TSSI Editorial Services, The Petticoat Rebellion, Madame Langlois’ Legacy, A Classical […]

As I’ve said before, the Tricentennial is upon us. But there are just 2 or 3 chapters that remain to be completed. Rather that wait around for the print version, I have decided to pre-publish the entire book here online within this blog. Chapter 2 (sans recipes) and the Christmas chapter may already be found […]