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Etouffée, Mon Amour - by Peggy Scott Laborde (Hardcover)

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Number of Pages: 192

Genre: Photography

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company

Author: Peggy Scott Laborde

Language: English

Street Date: September 30, 2002
TCIN: 77902125
UPC: 9781565549265
Item Number (DPCI): 247-64-5703


"Kerri is truly one of America's most exciting photojournalists."
--Emeril Lagasse

"Kerri's work is lush with natural light that makes the images sensual and rich, and transforms the places she photographs into poems."
--Francis Ford Coppola

"A virtual must for all devotees of New Orleans culture, Etouff�1/2e, Mon Amour is a most pleasurable means to enjoy food, architecture, and history in one book."
--Bloomsbury Review

"McCaffety knows how to capture the fleeting beauty of a moment."
--New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the antebellum legacies of grand old restaurants like Antoine's, Tujague's, and Bruning's to the newcomers like Jacques-Imo's, Bayona, and Clancy's, not to mention the legion in between, the countless stories of establishments dedicated to the je ne sais quoi of dining form part of the essential history of New Orleans. Kerri McCaffety's mix of history and evocative, rich photographs documents an unparalleled majesty of the senses, a decadent revelry in the past, and the daily marking of pleasure.

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Heralded as "one of the great photo-journalists of America" by John Mariani of Esquire, writer and photographer Kerri McCaffety has exhibited her work in art galleries throughout New Orleans. Her many awards and accolades include a Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition gold award, two Benjamin Franklin Awards, two Independent Publisher Book Awards, and a Book of the Year award from the New Orleans Gulf South Booksellers Association. Her photographs of historic New Orleans saloons are part of the permanent collection at the Louisiana State Museum, and her work has appeared in such publications as Metropolitan Home, Oxford American, Town & Country, Historic Traveler, Colonial Homes, Southern Accents, Travel + Leisure, and the Seattle Times. A graduate of Tulane University's Newcomb College with a degree in anthropology, McCaffety has photographed studies around the world, including work in Europe, Central Africa, and Haiti. She is the author of The Majesty of the French Quarter and St. Joseph Altars and the photographer of The Majesty of St. Charles Avenue, all available from Pelican.

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