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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


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


Fat Tuesday Recipes

Bring the legendary Cajun and Creole flavors of the Big Easy right to your dinner table this Mardi Gras with our Cajun Shrimp Creole and  327 more words

Robert Rothschild Farm

Sawyer & Co. Creates Comfort Food Classics with a Louisiana Upbringing.

We headed over to the east side to check out Sawyer & Co., where they create comfort food classics with a Louisiana upbringing. Amanda met up with Chef Happy Abdelbaki to try one of his signature po’ boys and find out more about what makes the restaurant so unique. 70 more words


Fried Whiting Po' Boys

I totally owe you guys these. Long overdue, I admit, but I’ve got something coming for you soon that takes these to another level, so get ready! 527 more words


LeJeune's Market By The Bay fits the bill with seafood lovers on the Eastern Shore

When the LeJeune family purchased Daphne’s Market By The Bay in 2004 it was a full service seafood market. Chad and Robin, along with their parents, Vic and Hollie all worked the business providing the freshest seafood from local waters along with fresh salmon and other non-indigenous catch that was flown in. 404 more words

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