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Paul Prudhomme

  1. RIP
    Famed New Orleans Chef Paul Prudhomme Has DiedThe legendary man behind K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen was 75.
  2. Slideshow
    A Look Back at the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival 2012The city’s best chefs united with national names on a hot weekend filled with eating and drinking.
  3. Slideshow
    What You Missed At Wolfgang Puck’s AWFF 2010Jose Andres made decadent tacos, Spago roasted an entire goat, and Nancy Silverton wore a funny inflatable hat.
  4. Openings
    New Orleans, New York, New RestaurantNew Orleans, New York: They both start with the word “new.” But recently, there seems to an even greater affinity between the cities. Earlier this week, we mentioned the (now booked) Southern Foodways Alliance party happening Thursday night at 5 Ninth, where N.O. chefs will team up with our own Zak Pelaccio for a free-that’s-right-free culinary blowout. Last night, meanwhile, Brooklyn welcomed a new Louisiana-themed restaurant, NoNO Kitchen, to Park Slope. Greg Tatis, a veteran of Paul Prudhomme’s kitchen, opened the place just blocks down from the N.O.-themed Two Boots on Seventh Avenue — close enough for the untethered tots that crowd the latter to wander on down and check out former before their parents even look up from their bloody Marys. But we digress. NoNo will serve a limited menu until Monday, when they roll out the gumbo, jambalaya, étouffée, and other bayou standards. NoNO Kitchen, 293 Seventh Ave., nr. 7th St.; 718-369-8348