Lagasse owns 11 restaurants in Las Vegas, New Orleans, Miramar Beach, and Bethlehem, PA. They include Emeril’s New Orleans, Emeril’s Coastal Italian, Delmonico Steakhouse, and Emeril’s Chop House. His restaurants were his first love, and where he is still happiest working.
The Famous New Orleans Foods to Add to Your Culinary Bucket List King Cake at Laurel Street Bakery. Death by Gumbo at Restaurant R’evolution. Beignets at Cafe Beignet. Poor Boy at Parkway Bakery and Tavern. Bananas Foster at Brennan’s. Pimento Cheese Grits at High Hat Café Pralines at Leah’s Pralines. 5 дней назад
Lagasse is presently married to Alden Lovelace. The pair married on 13 May 2000. The couple has two children from this marriage , Meril Lovelace Lagasse , and Emeril John Lagasse IV.
Emeril John Lagassé III (/ˈɛmərəl ləˈɡɑːsi/ EM-ə-rəl lə-GAH-see; born October 15, 1959) is an American celebrity chef, restaurateur, television personality, cookbook author, and National Best Recipe award winner for his ‘Turkey and Hot Sausage Chili’ recipe in 2003.
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The recession hit his restaurants pretty hard Emeril Live was cancelled around the same time the US economy was rocked by a recession. The recession hit Lagasse’s restaurants pretty hard, creating challenges to keeping his business afloat — and it took him a long time to fight way back.
Lagasse told GQ that Emeril Live had actually convinced him not to retire from television. After The Essence of Emeril , he had considered getting out of show business and just concentrating on his restaurants until he hit on the late-night talk-show sort of format that inspired Emeril Live.
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