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Eating New Orleans

I’ve always believed that one of the best ways to get to know a place is through its food, a convenient philosophy under which snacking becomes legitimate research and gluttony is elevated to the highest form of academic rigour. 1,245 more words

Travel

Eat here: Domilise's Po-Boys, New Orleans

Domilise’s
5240 Annunciation St, New Orleans
http://www.domilisespoboys.com/

Bloody hell, June 1st… when did that happen??! I can’t believe it was already 6 months ago we were mid-trip in America, the time has passed… 459 more words

Travels

Food of the Big Easy

New Orleans is famous for its Cajun, Creole and generally left field culinary creations. I can’t say it’s all been amazing – it’s a tourist town so there’s a lot of average food and finding the genuine cuisine of the city (if there is one) isn’t necessarily a straightforward prospect. 115 more words

America

New Orleans. Part Four.

(New to this blog series? Read New Orleans. Part One.)

Looking back over the past twenty five years, I can spot certain moments where a choice I made altered the course of my life entirely. 2,960 more words

New Orleans

Antoine's Restaurant New Orleans, LA

WOW this place is a gem!

Located in the French Quarter and around the corner from where we stayed, was Antoine’s. A friend and I stopped by here our last day before heading back home. 279 more words

Food

Mardi Gras in New Orelans!

Hey everyone! It’s Demetra, for my first official Travel Blog post I will be writing about my trip to New Orleans for Mardi Gras two weeks ago.   1,005 more words

Travel

Delicious Detours: You Want to Eat at Guy's

You do want to eat lunch at Guy’s Oyster Bar in downtown Amite, Louisiana.

When you are heading north on I-55 from around Hammond, Louisiana, not long before you reach the Mississippi border, look for the Amite exit. 339 more words

Dining