Kerri Callegan has been cooking most of his life with his spoons handed down from both his mother and father. This professional foodie, married to Kim Fourroux Callegan, residents of Port Allen, should probably be a licensed Chef as he is known to prepare 6 to 8 course meals for their guests. His crabmeat au gratin recipe follows.
Hey West Baton Rouge,
I have been at the Journal now for the past two months. That might not seem like a long time, but from my perspective, that is 1,460 hours of West Side journalism.
I’ve been watching the unfolding FIFA scandal with some interest. It brings up questions like “Why is soccer so popular everywhere else on Earth but the United States?” and “Why was it the U.S. that spearheaded the investigation into the financial workings of a sport we don’t particularly care for?”
Hi West Baton Rouge, If you’re the entrepreneurial sort, this message is for you. If you’re an entrepreneur with a passion for coffee, even better:
PLEASE OPEN A CAFÉ THAT SERVES ESPRESSO SOMEWHERE IN WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH. PLEASE.
Growing up in Port Allen, in the Sunnyside Subdivision area of town, as it is legally referred to, was quite an adventurous neighborhood for a young girl. The community center grounds, school yards and the levee gave a kid a huge backyard in which to have fun