"It’s our main family reunion every year," says Linda Wheat, who has served food at every Jazz Fest since 1980. "Those of us who scattered with [Hurricane] Katrina, we come back [for Jazz Fest]."
How a Couple of Vegan Snowboarders and a Special Sourdough Starter Created the Hottest Spot in Whistler
Ed and Natasha Tatton raised some eyebrows when they launched an all-vegan bakery and café right in the heart of a bustling ski town. Now their slope-side treats draw crowds of locals and visitors alike.
In the late 1800s, Chinese immigrants began harvesting local seaweed on Pacific Ocean beaches. Today, a forager and educator is reviving those dormant traditions – and teaching students how to incorporate the edible plants into modern cooking.