Gulf South Physicians Group's medical staff performs primary-care and wellness services to help patrons to reach their health-related goals, whether cosmetic or medical. In addition to performing medical procedures such as hormone-replacement therapy to help to relieve anxiety and depression and treating health conditions, the staff also executes cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections and alphabetizing the blood cells.
Bozo's Restaurant's familial owners fill a traditional New Orleans–style menu with mouthwatering seafood dishes made using recipes passed from generation to generation for more than 80 years. Immaterial taste buds care nothing for pearls as they descend upon six cornmeal-battered oysters ($13.75). The stuffed crab brims with flavors and spices ($10.95), and Des Allemands's catfish arrives at tabletops individually pan-fried for each diner ($12.95). Broiled shrimp smuggle a house-made crab dressing past toothsome borders ($20.25), and the seafood platter assembles an entire cast of oysters, shrimp, catfish, and crabs to fill stomach vacancies and appease literal fat cats ($27.95). All entrees are accompanied by a choice of side dish to achieve full-fledged appetite cessation.
Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham have discovered the secret to cooking succulent, flavorful breasts of turkey (2.5 lbs. each). This juicy bird-based breakthrough is 90% fat-free and serves six to eight ravenous guests, making it a scrumptious centerpiece for family gatherings and game day parties. HoneyBaked Ham's suggested recipes increase turkey cooker IQs, helping stymied chefs explore new dishes such as smoked-turkey pizza and turkey tetrazzini, and saying sayonara to default entrees such as squashing the turkey meat into the shape of a racecar.
H&R Block's talented tariff technicians assist busy taxpayers with their cent-saving savvy and expert customer service. The easy-to-follow in-office consultations allow taxpayers to sit down with one of H&R Block's nimble number-crunchers for a pow-wow on how to make sense of tax twists and turns, and help them avoid costly mistakes and almost-as-costly hand-cramps. After providing H&R Block's tax professionals with personal papers culled from the company's tax preparation checklist (including calculation-ready records of retirement income, education costs, and deductions from charity fish-eating contests), customers can sit back while their human calculators devise a custom filing backed up with the benefit of a maximum-refund guarantee and professional audit support, if needed.
Though Wow Cafe & Wingery has now found a foothold in more than 60 locations throughout the U.S., the chain still offers the same tasty soul food and wings as it did when it was founded by a trio of Louisianan brothers in 2001. The friendly sports pub still broadcasts the day’s games on various televisions, allowing guests to follow multiple sports or Jenga tournaments as they lick one of 17 delectable sauces from their fingers. In addition to these finger-food staples, guests can devour fajitas, burgers resting between slices of texas toast, and classic New Orleans dishes such as gumbo, catfish, and red beans. Spice-covered tongues cool off with signature drinks such as an italian mango bellini or Louisiana's Abita beer.
The Crescent City Farmers Market Cookbook paints a vivid picture of the market's history through the whimsical voice of local food preservationist Poppy Tooker, who recalls notable market events through recipes, anecdotes and compelling profiles of key vendors. The 208-page paperback tome assembles more than 125 recipes selected from submissions by local chefs, market vendors and shoppers, and those compiled by a random ingredient generator. Inspired by local ingredients, the dishes range from creole classics, like oysters Rockefeller, to more extravagant creations like chevre-stuffed squash blossoms and satsuma-chocolate gelato. The volume's focus on crafting slow foods with fresh ingredients makes it ideal for rediscovering a culinary heritage or utilizing a garden accidentally sown entirely with spinach.