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A Taste of Contemporary New Orleans

It is becoming more and more difficult in today’s homogeneous world to find places that remain unique, especially when it comes to food. This seems to be especially true in the United States. The influence of globalization is huge, but a […]




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Ducks Eatery – Simply Fun and Flavorful

It’s dark, it’s cramped and it’s loud. These are all traits in restaurants that tend to turn me off, but somehow, at Chef Will Horowitz’ Ducks Eatery on E. 12th Street in Manhattan, they were endearing. Perhaps, it is because […]




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Scott Boswell’s Louisiana Part 4: Breaux Bridge Boudin

I’ve already written about our visit to Breaux Bridge with Chef Scott Boswell. Here is a little background on his favorite Breaux Bridge Boudin.

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Bountiful Breaux Bridge

Before our foray for crawfish, we spent the better part of our day in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana – a charming small town in the heart of Cajun country where the street signs are still in French and the […]




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