The Law Farm: Food Law and Policy in the Big Easy

Pepper Roussel is a food law attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana and she was kind enough to take the time ...
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NOLADrinks Show: New Orleans Kitchens in the Civil Rights Movement and News & Notes

On this edition of the NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias, we welcome returning guest, Pepper Roussel of the Culinaria Center, ...
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NOLADrinks Show: Food Policy and Culture with Culinaria – Top Taco New Orleans

On this edition of the NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias, we have two great conversations on tap! First, we chat ...
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Make It Fair: Food – The Butterfly Effect & Sustainable Sustinance

Culinaria Director, Pepper Roussel discuss food deserts, invasive species, environmental issues and toxins, diet change effects... all are multi-sided issues ...
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Walk on the Wild Side

Americans have a curious and often tongue-in-cheek relationship with pigs. We love them! Northerners because the pot belly ones are ...
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Tradition: It’s What’s for Dinner

Did you ever wonder why New Orleans Mondays are inextricably linked to red beans and rice dinner? Tradition. Way back ...
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Why Food Policy?

As implausible as it may seem, nearly all of my conversations somehow involve food. The subject can be as complex ...
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You can’t take the culture out of food…

My absentee father passed away when I was 8 years old, and the only family I knew came from my ...
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Gentrification: Food as Accessory, not Necessity

Dwayne Boudreaux, owner of Circle Food Store, said his old customer base is gone. Re-opened eight years post-Katrina, Circle Foods, ...
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The Case for Eating Asian Carp

Recently I went to a Happy Hour for the ubiquitous “oysters on the half shell” special. I was lured in ...
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What Came First?

Chicken or the egg? It’s an interesting and eternally perplexing question that has been asked in time immemorial not because ...
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“Let them eat … just not cake”

When I was a kid, food stamps were these oddly colored dollar bills that select people used in stores “making ...
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Crawfish … by any other name would still be really, really good!

There are four seasons in Louisiana: Shrimp, Crawfish, Crab, Oyster … and in that order. They loosely correspond with the ...
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Rep. Rick Hansen (DFL) 52A Minnesota pt. 1

In this first part of 3, Representative Rick Hansen from the Minnesota House of Representatives talks with Pepper Roussel at ...
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Soul Food Scholar Adrian Miller Pt. 2

In this part 2 of the GreenPepper interview with Adrian Miller, he continues to drop knowledge like hot buscuits. Listen ...
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