A scenic street car ride down the famous St Charles Avenue in New Orleans, followed by a short but sweltering walk down Carollton Avenue will get you to a rustic little restaurant tucked… Continue reading
Stopped to have some breakfast at The Ruby Slipper Cafe on a very hot weekday morning in New Orleans. Their official brunch menu is only available on weekends but they still had a… Continue reading
The icing sugar laden begneits at the world famous Cafe du Monde in New Orleans. No trip to New Orleans is evidently complete without a visit to this place, so I went. It was actually my… Continue reading
I’m the sort of person who doesn’t like touching raw meat with their bare hands and whose chicken comes from the freezer section of the supermarket, no questions asked. Anything to suggest a… Continue reading
A caramel apple from the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Yum.
With hindsight, I wish I’d gone to the Creole Creamery when I was properly hungry for some dessert. I had just had lunch within an hour of having my breakfast, and the idea… Continue reading
Po’ Boys (which for you and me means sandwiches) and New Orleans go hand in hand. This is a shrimp one eaten out on the hill at Algiers Point listening to some jazz… Continue reading