The Ever-Evolving Po-Boy

Less than ten years ago, it was not difficult to recognize an authentic, New Orleans po-boy. Fillings ranged from sloppy roast beef and debris with gravy to fried shrimp, catfish, oyster or soft-shelled crab. There’s hot sausage po-boys (Patton’s, of course), hamburger po-boys and even French fry po-boys smothered in […]

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Gobble, gobble

After November 22nd, you’re going to have more turkey than you know what to do with. Your meals will be a parade of dishes like turkey salad, turkey soup, turkey-a-la-king, turkey casserole and yes, even turkey sandwiches. About a week after Thanksgiving, you’ll be wishing that you never have to […]

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Reuben Round-up

St. Patrick’s is just around the corner and with the arrival of this merry, Irish holiday, comes the craving for corned beef…more specifically, the almighty Reuben. You’d think finding this classic, meaty sandwich in New Orleans would be a cinch, but it took some serious digging to find the mouth-melters. […]

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