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Pastry Chef Lisa White Trades New Orleans for Nashville, and More Intel

Plus Al Copeland’s spicy thighs, an Italian pop-up at Lilette and more

Gemelli pops up at Lilette on Sunday
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Pop-Up Watch

  • Gemellis, from Lilette executive sous chef Edward Charles, pops up again at Lilette on Sunday, March 5, for a special four-course Italian, family-style, Lenten dinner. Sauteed jumbo shrimp, pasta “fazool,” cioppino, and marsala-poached pears with lenten biscotti are on the menu. Tickets are $60 and include wine pairings (but do not include tip).

Moving On

  • Beloved Willa Jean pastry chef and partner Lisa White has made a permanent move to Nashville as the executive pastry chef for John Besh’s new projects at the Thompson Nashville Hotel. Live vicariously and take a look at her new dessert menu at Marsh House. It may be worth a trip for the “bananas & rum.”

Required Reading

Coming Soon

  • Helen Freund takes a look at what is planned at DTB - from Lu Brow’s brown butter washed bourbon to crawfish bread made with pate a choux mini-loaves stuffed with crawfish tails and green chili fonduta. [BoNO]
  • Nora McGunnigle reports that Royal Brewery New Orleans will begin brewing soon in New Orleans East. [BoNO]

Lilette

3637 Magazine Street, , LA 70115 (504) 895-1636 Visit Website

Saint Bar & Lounge

961 Saint Mary St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 523-0050 Visit Website

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