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Tastes of New Orleans

Creole food is finger-licking, stick-to-your-ribs good. You can say what you like about it, but just know it’s the real deal in my books.

There’s so much variety to choose from: jambalayas, gumbos, po’boys, fried everything, andouille and boudin sausages, fish, shrimp, crawfish, etouffes…. 585 more words

Travel

Bittersweet Irvington 5543 E. Washington Street

This joint just opened up in March. I knew nothing about it until a couple of friends;who live nearby told me about it. Their main bag is baking. 351 more words

Local Sourced

#MarioByMary @ThePennsy


The Pennsy, Penn’s Station new food court opened up back in January, which for the record was so needed here. It’s an awesome space with a half dozen food vendors, indoor and outdoor seating, a bar and a big screen TV. 211 more words

Lunch Spots

A New Orleans History Nosh

Shaking out our umbrellas, we follow the barkeep’s nod toward a cayenne-walled room, where a dozen damp tourists mill around a man in a red felt fedora.  73 more words

Food

Italian Grinders with Garlic Aioli and Marathon 26

“Hoagies and grinders, hoagies and grinders. Navy beans, navy beans, navy beans.” I have been singing the Lunch Lady Land song for years without ever having known a grinder. 396 more words

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