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The foodie traveller ... on the best gumbo in New Orleans

This iconic stew is ‘the history of Louisiana in a bowl’ and served in every NOLA eaterie worth its salt – but head to Mid-City for top-notch versions



This was so gooood. I could eat this all day.


Best of the Bayou

Both of us were eager to get to Louisiana. Neither of us had been there before and we were also looking forward to catching up with a co-worker from the summer. 349 more words

Pub And Grub

The Jambalaya Shoppe--Gonzales, LA

One of my favorite things while traveling is hunting for great food. A chef friend told me Gonzales is jambalaya country and if you believe what the water tower says, Gonzales is the jambalaya capital of the world. 258 more words


Shrimp and Sausage Gumbo

Gumbo is a stew of Louisiana origin, dating back as far as the 18th century. As with Jambalaya, there are two popular versions of gumbo, Creole and Cajun; generally, the former includes tomatoes, while the latter omits them. 849 more words


We're jonesin' for some Jones--

BOOM!  Back in New York City, and we hit the ground hard with a sippin’ and gobblin’ session at the Great Jones Cafe located on Great Jones Street in the Noho section of Manhattan…mmm, aaaahh!   194 more words


Exhibition 7. Mumbai and New Orleans.


I could not complete this book without in some way mentioning India. Home to over a billion people, the variety of cultures and differences in one nation is incredible. 226 more words