For New Orleans, the big summer treat is the snow ball, but there's nothing like good old-fashioned ice cream.
Lessons from New Orleans kitchens.
The things you learn as a local
A transplant's guide on how to — and how not to — do New Orleans justice.
Annie Drummond is a graphic designer and artist from Columbus, Ohio. She has a degree from the Columbus College of Art & Design. Two years ago she made the move from the Midwest to New Orleans' Bywater neighborhood and fell deeply in love as she discovered the rhythms and traditions of her new city. In addition to The Lighter Side, she writes about food, art and design (and other stuff) at www.AnniedelaDolce.com.