Local food blog finalist in Saveur's Best Food Blog Awards - KLFY News 10

Local food blog finalist in Saveur's Best Food Blog Awards

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A local food blog has been named as one of six finalists out of over 30,000 nominations worldwide for Best Regional Cuisine Blog.

The blog called, Acadiana Table, features local cuisine prepared by blog owner George Graham, based on Acadiana culture.

Some of the dishes featured on the blog include crawfish head stew, peppered pork jowl, crabapple-braised pig's leg, fried green tomato BLT, and of course, the classic Cajun cracklins.

Voting is open from now until April 9 for the contest, hosted by Saveur magazine.

George Graham has previously been featured on the Food Network as well as numerous national publications.

To vote for Acadiana table as the best regional cuisine blog, head to Saveur.com and click on the "Best Food Blog Awards" graphic on the front page.

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