Where Y'Eat

Where Y'Eat

From WWNO - New Orleans Public Radio

New Orleans writer Ian McNulty hosts Where Y'Eat, a weekly exploration and celebration of food culture in the Crescent City and south Louisiana. Ian gives listeners the low-down on the hottest new restaurants, old local favorites and hidden hole-in-the-wall joints alike, and he profiles the new trends, the cherished traditions and the people and personalities keeping America's most distinctive food scene cooking.More from Where Y'Eat »

Most Recent Episodes

Where Y'Eat: For Jazz Fest Food, Old Favorites Rule the Roost

The food served up around the Fair Grounds each year at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival isn't typical event food. It is specifically Jazz...

Where Y'Eat: 'Charcuterie Of The Sea' Catches On In New Orleans

Prosciutto and salami, pate and terrines, tasso and jerky and cracklin'. These are the staples of meat boards and charcuterie platters now so popular...

Where Y'Eat: Feeling the Slow Burn in Central City

The restaurant Primitivo is turning heads with some very old techniques in the kitchen, making this restaurant writer reassess some assumptions and,...

Where Y'Eat: Carrying a Torch for Blackened Fish

Blackened fish is an icon of an earlier era of American cuisine that has stood the test of time. But it can still be a problematic dish, widely...

Where Y'Eat: For More Fish, Think Slow Fish

Update: Friday's Slow Fish program will be at The Broad Theater at 636 N. Broad Street. Conference only, no public festival. The Slow Fish conference is...

Where Y'Eat: The Seafood Boat Sails On At Old Fashioned New Orleans Eateries

The seafood boat is not a po-boy, and it's different from a seafood platter. It belongs to its own niche. It flies brazenly in the face of modern low...

Where Y'Eat: An Edible Ode To Downtown Diners

Around downtown New Orleans, a small circuit of old fashioned diners and delis give their own particular read at the food life of New Orleans, set to t...

Where Y'Eat: Fried Shrimp By A Different Name

A circuit of Vietnamese and Chinese restaurants in New Orleans serve their own renditions of a distinctive, twice-fried style of seafood that makes a...

Where Y'Eat: Shifting Season, Shifting Cravings

Here's one thing about the seasons in New Orleans: they don't heed the weather. Not in a town where you're likely to be hanging Christmas lights wearing...

Where Y'Eat: The Quest For A King Cake Classic

King cakes have been popular in New Orleans for a long time. But not this popular. Something has changed. King cake has become a cultural statement, one...

Back To Top