It’s no secret that in New Orleans, Louisiana, cuisine is king. Home to a rich blending of cultures and flavor influences, the Crescent City is a foodie paradise. And what better way to take home some of the city’s most famous eats than with a cooking class in the French Quarter?
When Nita Duhe opened Crescent City Cooks in 2009, she found a way to turn her passion for Creole and Cajun cuisine into a career. “After seeing how you can lose everything in a day with [Hurricane] Katrina, I decided to take a chance and do what I love,” Nita says.