Bourbon Street

Sep
21

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I’m in New Orleans at a bookseller trade show where I will be talking to booksellers and signing advance copies of my book.
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But that’s for tomorrow! Today, I’m eating my way up and down Bourbon Street. Kinda like a progressive dinner. (You ever done a progressive dinner? It’s where there’s one course at each person’s house, and you drive from house to house, to course to course, for the meal. It’s kinda strange…. I’m not a fan, really, but we were a member of a church in Texas once that liked to do progressive dinners.)


Anyway! This is so much more fun! From restaurant bar to restaurant bar. I like this kind of progressive dinner much better!

Fried oyster loaf.
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Gator bites:
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Crawfish cakes:
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Oysters:
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I gotta go eat some more! See ya!
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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 21, 2013  

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  1. 9-21
    6:23
    pm

    I am from north Louisiana. Eat some bread pudding from the Gumbo Shop on St. Peter St. You won’t be sorry!

  2. 9-21
    6:45
    pm

    Suzanne, who is the woman in blue at the table. I have to tell you she isn’t me, but she looks EXACTLY like me 25 years ago. She could be a niece or the like.
    Enjoy your trip. I loved New Orleans.

  3. 9-21
    7:31
    pm

    :happyflower:
    I have two words about this post…..YUM YUM !!!

  4. 9-21
    7:34
    pm

    So exciting! You surprised us with this trip. Have a wonderful time (which you seem to be doing already)! :shimmy: :snoopy:
    Can’t wait to read more!

  5. 9-21
    9:06
    pm

    Have as much fun as you dare—then have some more!

  6. 9-21
    11:24
    pm

    Wow-looks yum but spendy. Hope the publisher is picking up the tab. Enjoy!

  7. 9-22
    7:15
    am

    This looks like an exiting trip….and a delicious one too.

    Hope you sell lots of books.

  8. 9-22
    4:24
    pm

    Sounds yummy! The oyster loaf has me fascinated! Best wishes being sent your way!

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