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A Week of Food and Drink in New Orleans

When the waiter at Commander’s Palace told me that the soft shell crabs on the menu in October were fresh and not frozen, I scoffed. Everyone knows that the season for soft shell blue crabs in the Gulf and along […]

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Taste of the Week – November 1st – 7th

Fresh peanuts from Mississippi, purchased in New Orleans at the Crescent City Farmers Market and brought home to New York, were fried in olive oil and salted per a recipe in The Fanny Farmer Cookbook. These wonderful peanuts, […]

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At the Market – October 20th, 2009

Roughly the same size and with many of the same vendors as the Saturday market on Magazine Street in downtown New Orleans, the Tuesday Market at Tulane University Square near Audobon Park somehow felt a little more energized to me. […]

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At the Market – October 17th, 2009

Crescent City Farmers Market – New Orleans, Louisiana

It was a beautiful sunny morning on Magazine Street in New Orleans, albeit slightly chilly. The market was smaller than I expected, but still vibrant with plenty of interesting and great quality produce. […]

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