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There’s a facebook group for New Orleanians to mourn the loss of things that have been lost to the ravages of time, hurricanes, and social change. It’s called Aint Dere No More. I’m not a member but I”m thinking about joining just to post about whats become of The Bridge Store. Sure, it’s still on…Details
A lot of little neighborhood stores here in New Orleans have one official name and then one name that everyone actually calls them. This often refers to the color the owners painted the store. There’s the Red Store, the Grey Store, Mike’s Red Store, The Bridge Store, Hanks. Everyone calls Rampart Food Store “the orange…Details
So we’re starting the fourth week of this blog. So far we’ve only reviewed southern food, in one form or another. You might be wondering if New Orleans has other cheap food worth trying. Of course it does, even for vegetarians! This week we ate Lebanese food. We don’t like to stray from our usual…Details
How do you stay fit visiting a city with such rich food? New Orleans attracts many visitors because of it’s traditional rich food. It offers a huge variety of really good places for eating out and some of these recipes have been around for well over a 100 years, making the dining experience in the…Details