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Travelling Alone: the Highs and the Lows

When I planned my post-camp travels I originally had a travel buddy, however things changed, and I wound up doing the week and a half trip from Texas to Miami on my lonesome. 1,383 more words

Travel

Café Du Monde

Beignets from Café Du Monde

I don’t think I have ever been to New Orleans without stopping at Café Du Monde.   This restaurant is pretty well known, some might even say “world famous”.    230 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Cafe Du Monde

The rough translation means “cafe world” and the Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans caters to a travelers from across the globe. The menu is simple, … 61 more words

Brenda's French Soul food - San Francisco

A staple in SF. Brenda’s is known for their decadent breakfast and long lines but this place is well worth the wait. I live within walking distance of the small restaurant and you can find me there at least once a month even now that I don’t eat meat. 228 more words

Review

Cafe du Monde--

YUH-MEE!  Yes, you have read about these things…everyone talks about these things…everyone knows these things are great…the lines can be extremely long…all tourists are here most of the time. 270 more words

Food

Beignets, Brides and Bodies: A Cozy Mystery Set in Smalltown Arizona (Maggie Miller Mysteries #2)

I suppose many people already knew Maggie Miller from the first book of her series – I didn´t. I kindly got this version from NetGalley in exchange for a review, but I don´t think the fact that I had not read the #1 book affected at all this reading. 339 more words

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Buttermilk Beignets with Lemon Sabayon Sauce

These crispy, light and airy fried beignets are best eaten while still hot. They will be so soft inside. They make good breakfast or dessert and I like mine with a cup of black coffee! 221 more words

Cakes And Desserts