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As convention tastes grow less conventional, building a bridge for food trucks, pop-ups into New Orleans events

Scott Williams knows why people are drawn to his catered spreads of smoked boudin, cracklin’-topped deviled eggs and andouille croutons with champagne parmesan fondue.

“It’s about getting in there and digging in, making the food really part of the party,” said Williams, who runs… 2,651 more words

Non-fiction

Fried Oyster Mini Po' Boy w/ Baked Fries

Today’s Menu: Fried Oyster Mini Po’ Boy w/ Baked Fries

For Breakfast this morning I toasted a Healthy Life Whole Grain English Muffin that I topped with I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. 600 more words

Food

Corner Store, where the locals go

Crawfish & Crabs

Fresh Meat

Only in the Nola you can take a lil evening walk to the neighborhood corner store, thats still open after it rained & flooded and get fed ya family, get broiled seafood a bottle of Ciroc, buy a meat special, a hot plate dinner, lunch and breakfast for 2 under $10, pay ya phone bill, get a white tshirt, cigarettes and the list goes on. 74 more words

New Orleans

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

Cocktails

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

Food

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

Neighborhood

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