It could not have come at a better time, especially with the nip in the air. After weeks of non-stop eating from Thanksgiving through Christmas, National Soup Month is the gastronomic respite we all need. Soup making dates back to over 15,000 years ago. In that time, recipes and techniques have evolved significantly. When a soup has less broth and is cooked a little longer, it is called a stew. Soups and stews are a combination of vegetables, noodles, meat, or fish cooked in liquid with spices and herbs.
When you walk into Harold & Belle's, there's a sense that you've stepped into a bit of nostalgia nestled in an inexplicable vivacity. Third generation husband and wife restaurant owners, Ryan Legaux, 39 and Jessica, 39, have a lot to celebrate. This year Harold & Belle's is celebrating its 50th anniversary in the community.