After Ida: New Orleans Chefs Talk About The Challenging Journey Ahead

The powerful hurricane has left the city without power, and the future is uncertain. Many residents experienced deja vu as Hurricane Ida made landfall on the 16th anniversary of Katrina. Still, the resilient spirit of New Orleanians is a powerful force. We checked in with a few pillars of the culinary community about their plans for going forward.

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Chef Alon Shaya had a dramatic evacuation from the city: “We rode out the storm in Abita Springs. It was pretty intense with trees and power lines going down. The day after, we saw the rivers began covering the roads, so we said if we

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