In case you missed it, here are some of the top news stories about red beans and rice from around the country for March 2022. We’re spilling the beans! If you have a news story about red beans and rice, be sure to contact me and share the link!
FOX 10 and Rouses Market Make Red Beans and Rice On-Air
(March 11) The In The Kitchen segment on Fox 10 Mobile, AL puts together an amazing-looking pot of red beans and rice. <WATCH THE VIDEO>
Texas Food Blogger is Cooking with Soul
(March 16) Fort Worth Magazine catches up with food blogger, Scotty Scott of CookDrankEat, and chats about his new cookbook. He talks about what he does with his leftover red beans and shares an amazing-looking corn recipe. <READ THE ARTICLE>
Popular Food Truck Brings Back the Beans
(March 17) From WMGT TV-41 in Macon, GA: Perry’s Food Truck Friday returns for the 2022 season. According to the article, John Staurulakis, the General Manager and Executive Chef for Orleans on Carroll and Orleans on Wheels, said that there will be red beans and rice and more. <READ THE ARTICLE>
Author Shares Red Beans and Rice in New Book
(March 17) Shreveport Times tells the story of how Louisiana memories inspire new fiction series by author Susan Sands. She includes some red beans and rice in the new book, “Home to Cypress Bayou”. <READ THE ARTICLE>
Monday Night Music with a side of Red Beans and Rice
(March 22) The Michael Foster Project plays at the Red Stick Social in Baton Rouge, LA and they are cookin’ up the red beans and rice on Monday nights – for free! <READ THE ARTICLE>
Krewe of Red Beans and Others Help Neighbors after Tornado
(March 24) WWL Eyewitness News reports the story of members of the Krewe of Red Beans and Camellia brand beans helping those in need after the tornado hit New Orleans and Arabi. <READ THE ARTICLE>
iHeart Radio Lists the Most Famous Food in Louisiana
(March 30) iHeat Radio shared a story listing what is the most famous food out of each state. This is Louisiana’s. What do you think? Did they get it right? <READ THE ARTICLE>
New Restaurant in the Dallas Area Serves Up Red Beans and Rice
(March 31) The Dallas Observer gives us an inside look at Bongo Beaux’s Bourré Palace and Cajun Kitchen. It looks amazing! <READ THE ARTICLE>
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Eric Olsson is the food blogger of RedBeansAndEric.com. He publishes new recipes and interviews weekly. He has developed recipes and written articles for the famous Camellia brand in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been mentioned in Louisiana Cookin‘ magazine and has had recipes featured in Taste of Home magazine – with his Creole Turkey recipe being runner up in their annual Thanksgiving recipe contest. He lives outside of Detroit, Michigan, with his wife and four children.