Get ready for your mouth to water. Food Orleans invites us to share some of her favorite iPhone food photos from New Orleans and beyond.

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.

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