I've been cleaning out my iPhone photo roll and came across some great shots that made me swoon, laugh, and shake my head at how good this stuff was. This year I got to go to my first LSU game in Baton Rouge, and although I probably lost a small percentage of my hearing, I had a great time. And the jambalaya was great! We're also enjoying some shucking-good oysters these days. Come visit!
Creole Creamery: knock your flip-flops off good!
a fried-potato omelette from Camellia Grill (Riverbend). I think this should be on everyone's to-eat list.
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tira mi su at Angelo Brocato's, brought to you by the letter "E"
mustard-fried catfish and cheddar cheese grits, Charlie's Seafood
one of many cochon de lait heads on display when LSU played Arkansas, Thanksgiving weekend
LSU game-day jambalaya
some of the best oysters we've ever tasted, at Casamento's, mid-January
boudin balls...OMG! At The Chimes, Baton Rouge
Who Dat roll from Koi Sushi, Baton Rouge
sesame chicken from Koi Sushi. ASK FOR THE CHINESE MENU!! It rocks.