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Southern Rail

For over a century, the Sunset Limited, the legendary passenger train that runs from Los Angeles to New Orleans, stopped in Phoenix on its way across the southern tier of the country. 927 more words


Po Boys & Ladies Night: Burbank #100DaysOfSummer

Po Boys & Ladies Night Out: on the last Friday of every month, Burbank celebrates the “Ladies!”

Food Trucks align Magnolia. This time around I taste tested the “Raggin Cajun” Po Boy Sandwich with a side of Pralinrs and cream Swamp Soda. 99 more words


New Orleans Pt. 1 (The Food)

The last time I was in New Orleans, I was still in high school and my reason for the trip was to watch my cousin compete in the state wrestling tournament.   2,221 more words


Grinders, Hoagies and Po Boys

I usually eat a Sub type Sandwich several times every week at home, ones I make.

There is not a Subway Sandwich Shop in Bacolod City. 380 more words

Bacolod City

Creole Cornmeal Fried Shrimp...sweet Jesus!

Oh, y’all.  Taking these photos is killing me.  I crank the music loud and that’s okay except if I hear loud music often I pour a drink…regardless of the time of day.   915 more words


Sunny Sunday at Newtown Fair

One of the early autumn events on the calendar in Wellington is the Newtown Fair. The fair is organised by the local residents’ association and is a celebration of the diverse community in this suburb of Wellington.   183 more words

Food And Drink

The City's Best Fat Tuesday Po' Boys

It’s Fat Tuesday – the perfect day to get yourself a Po’ Boy for lunch. A po’ boy is a traditional sandwich from Louisiana. It can feature meat or fried seafood – including shrimp, crawfish, oysters and crab. 133 more words

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