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New Orleans Food

One of the things that make New Orleans so special is the food. From the first time I had my first meal  to the last, impromptu visit to get beignets early in the morning, my culinary experience in New Orleans has been simply remarkable. 452 more words

New Orleans

Crawfish Recipe

Crawfish season is here again!  As the saying goes, “When crawfish is available you eat crawfish.” We Creoles love our crawfish and all the tasty dishes made from those leftover after a Crawfish boil.  307 more words

Creole

Des créoles avec une perle d'agate

Ces derniers temps, je craque beaucoup sur les perles d’agate craquelées. L’agate est une pierre fine ( dénommée avant pierre semi précieuse). Il en existe de toutes les couleurs : rose, vert, violet, bleu et, bien sûr, blanc. 75 more words

Boucles D'oreille

Cooking: Chicken Gumbo!

First of all, I am certain that at least some of you will not know what Gumbo is.  Admittedly, I was not certain but once I had tried… 767 more words

Food

The hurricane and the snowfall: On Jamaican Patois and English

Whilst researching Linton Kwesi Johnson‘s poetry, I ended up reading a fair amount by Caribbean writer and scholar, Kamau Brathwaite. I was struck by his idea of… 222 more words

Literature

Bread Pudding

EAT New Orleans900 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

True to the city’s culture, EAT New Orleans is one of the most welcoming, homey restaurants I’ve visited. 287 more words

Cuisine

Where Ya At Matt brings the best of NOLA to Seattle

Dang.

That was my reaction upon finishing my Po’ Boy. Dang. Not in a bad way, but in a dang-that-was-good kind of way. Because dang was it good. 516 more words