Louisiana Cookin'


“When you grow up in the South cooking with your family, I guess you don’t always equate it with a career,” says Holly Schreiber, the culinary director behind Benton’s Sainte Terre, a boutique catering venue for weddings and more.

Holly grew up in Benton, a small town near Shreveport, where family and food walked hand in hand. But while she attended college at Texas Christian University, Holly cooked as a private chef to earn extra money. Suddenly, “it clicked,” so she changed majors and earned her degree in nutrition to

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