Liz Williams is a founder and President & CEO of the National Food & Beverage Foundation, which includes the Southern Food & Beverage Museum, the Museum of the American Cocktail, and the Boyd Hospitality & Culinary Library. She coauthored with Stephanie Jane Carter, The Encyclopedia of Law and Food. In 2013 AltaMira published New Orleans: A Food Biography, which has been selected as the One Book, One New Orleans book for 2018. In 2016 her book, co-authored with Chris McMillian, Lift Your Spirits, was published by LSU Press. A graduate of Louisiana State University (BA, English) and Louisiana State University Law Center (JD) she has served in the U.S. Army as a Judge Advocate General (JAG). She has practiced law in Washington, DC and Louisiana. She has written many articles for a variety of magazines and journals, has served as judge in many cooking competitions, and has consulted internationally on the food of the New Orleans area. Travel is an excuse to eat in new places.
Side Dish: New books explore New Orleans’ unique eateries and chefs’ extraordinary recipes – The Advocate
Elizabeth M. “Liz” Williams, founder, president and CEO of the National Food & Beverage Foundation, which includes the Southern Food & Beverage Museum, offers the stories behind Unique Eats and Eateries of New Orleans.
The not-so-secret ingredient at Louisiana Book Festival — food – The Advocate
Authors include Liz Williams, founder of the National Food & Beverage Foundation, with Unique Eats and Eateries of New Orleans and Christine Ward with her book, American Advertising Cookbooks: How Corporations Taught Us to Love SPAM, Bananas, and Jell-O.
Unique Eats & Eateries of New Orleans – 4WWL
New Orleans is a city that's all about the culture, music and especially the food. That's where author and founder of the Southern Food and Beverage Museum Liz Williams comes in handy. Today she is here to discuss her new
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