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A Hint of Green in New Orleans’ French Eateries

A Hint of Green in New Orleans’ French Eateries

A former French colony and home to a distinctive creole culture, New Orleans has been cooking up some of the nation’s best traditional and contemporary French food for centuries. Now, several French chefs in New Orleans are using local and sustainably grown vegetables, fruit, and meat in their dishes to both enhance flavor and promote sustainability in the restaurant industry.

Food Tank talks about some of the best sustainable restaurants around New Orleans, including Chateau du Lac pictured above.

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