Iconic foods of New Orleans

Disclaimer, for a discounted registration rate to the International Food Bloggers Conference  I agreed to write three blog post about my experiences. In case you didn’t know, New Orleans is a foodie town. The bounty…

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New Orleans at 300

New Orleans is celebrating 300 this year, and what a past New Orleans has had during all those years.  It was founded by a Frenchman, Robert Cavelier, in 1682. The Spanish ruled the city from…

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Pralines

    The word praline is a generic term for any sort of candy made with nuts. In the early renditions of the praline they were made with almonds.  As the early  Frenchmen arrive in…

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Sights of New Orleans

During my long weekend in New Orleans I ate a lot of great food and walked through the French Quarter. New Orleans is a charming southern city, with an identity all its own. Just the…

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NOLA a city of gumbo and charm

Bar crawl Arnaud’s for the French 75 Old Absinthe House’s Ramos Gin Fizz The bar at Irvin Mayfield we were there for the Pear Flower Martini New Orleans, it conjours up images of drunkenness, voodoo,…

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