This house was moved from Washington, Louisiana to the St. Francisville area. It has been known as the Payne-Fenner house, Thistlewaite, Woodland, and Macland Plantation. It was often used in its early days to offer hospitality to Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy.
Natchitoches Meat Pies Recipe - Nola Cuisine
by From Nola Cuisine Images – (reedited) These tasty turnovers, along with the Festival of Lights, are native to Natchitoches (pronounced NACK-uh-dish), Louisiana and are traditionally served on Christmas Eve. They’re usually made bigger, more of a hand pie, but I like them as an Hors d’oeurve for holiday parties. I served these tonight with … Continue reading Natchitoches Meat Pies Recipe →
Where to eat lunch...
When the town has an annual "Meat Pie Festival" to honor their local specialty, how can you resist? If you ever find yourself near Natchitoches, Louisiana (like anything less than 200 miles or so), make a beeline for Lasyone's Meat Pie Kitchen & Restaurant. If it isn't time to eat when you get there, wait -- you won't regret it! I'll take a side of dirty rice and gravy with mine and be sure to save room for some Cane River Pie. More info here: Lasyone's Natchitoches was founded as a French…
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