Get a taste of Shreveport - Bossier's local dining scene

If you really want to learn the flavor of a community taste its food. Here in Shreveport and Bossier City, you’ll find southern, low country, home cooked meals served with love.

If you really want to learn the secret sauce to cooking in north Louisiana,  mark your calendars for the “It’s What We Eat” Cooking Class during Mardi Gras, Feb. 19 at the Women’s Department Club. Chef Harris will be cooking up some of the dishes from the Official Meal of North Louisiana.

Chef Harris was recently named one of eight Louisianians of the Year in the January/February edition of Louisiana Life magazine. She has single-handedly led the effort to celebrate the foods in north Louisiana’s waterways and farms.

Every Monday night, Secrets of a Restaurant Chef cooking classes, led by celebrity chef Darrel Johnson, gives budding chefs and home cooks hands-on teaching about cooking from scratch. Chef Johnson appeared on the Food Network’s Cut Throat Kitchen in 2016.

Be sure to check out some of our foodie festivals and events like Artini, Battle of the Gumbo Gladiators and Ark-La-Tex Ambassadors BBQ Cook-off.

To learn more about the local dining scene in Shreveport-Bossier, check out the Eat Here: A Food Lover’s Guide to Shreveport-Bossier.

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