Video Blog of this year’s Simi Valley Cajun Festival on May 24th & 25th. www.simicajun.org. Lisa Haley and the Zydekats. www.lisahaley.com. Zydeco Music, Food, Beer, Kids activities, dancing. Mark your calendars for next on Memorial Day
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Looking for the best of New Orleans….
1. Traditional Creole Dish and where to get it
2. Best overall Creole Restaurant
3. Best Cajun Sandwich Spot
4. Best Bar
As you can assume, I will be going to NOLA for the Jazz Festival and I really want to take in the culture and have a crazy time as well. If anyone can help with ideas on what and where to eat, where to go and what too see it would me soooo..much.
I’m also planning on going on a bayou boat tour any suggestions on a good one?
Each one of your questions could start a riot with the conflagration of different people’s heartfelt opinions on such matters. I don’t know what a "Cajun Sandwich" is, but I’m assuming you mean a po-boy shop. That’s not a cajun thing, but just a New Orleans sandwich.
Anywho, I’ll try to be simple in my responses (but I may have a hard time of nailing down one "the best").
1. Creole Dish and where to get it?
The first ones to jump to mind, would be Shrimp Creole, Crafish Etouffee, Gumbo, turtle soup, jambalaya… You know, a couple of these you can get at the fest and are pretty good. While there are so many different places to get such dishes, I’m going to combine this answer with number
2. Best overall Creole Restaurant?
Mandina’s (on Canal)
Newly restored from the flood, and just a classic New Orleans establishment. Order any of the daily specials (the shrip creole is a classic), you won’t go wrong. But — even though they do have a good gumbe — I would have to get the turtle soup w/ sherry if I were you.
3. Best Cajun Sandwich Spot?
As I said before, I think you mean PoBoys, but if you’re looking for a muffaletta, you have to hit up Central Grocery in the Quarter. The original and still the best. Not really a "spot" per se, but the best muff in town.
Otherwise, try Liuzza’s on Bienville for they’re Frenchuletta — a muff on french. Or for a barbequed shrimp poboy — barbequed shrimp is another New Orleans dish I forgot to mention, but I might not be the best critic on where to go for those, ’cause I usually just eat the ones my mom makes, but you should look for this dish while you’re in town — Liuzza’s at the track (both Liuzza’s are walking distance from the fest, but crazy packed before and after).
Finally, for the best PoBoy place in time — for the roast beef and the atmosphere — Parkway Bakery & Tavern off of Bayou St. John. Don’t ask or delay, just head straight there.
4. Best Bar?
I saw one person say Molly’s, and I agree, that is cool. I don’t really know to many Quarter Bar’s, but if you want to get you some raw oysters, a variety of imports, and a bunch of tvs, Cooter Brown’s at the riverbend can’t be beat.
Happy dining, and I’ll see you at the fest. I’ll be eating the meat pie, crawfish bread, cochon du lait poboy, and washing it all down with a mango ice and eleven-teen beers. Oh, and some of the brown and red jambalayas for dessert.
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read the this on the third verse it says creoles are European, African, Asian, and American thats wild?
and you, Creole,
how come you call yourself
white or black? Who gave you these names?
We are descendants of the French, the Spanish,
the Africans, the Indian, the Acadian, the Haitian, and all the other Gombo People who came to
These spices made the Gombo.
Our rich culture serves as our common bond.
We are of the same paprika blood, and that
blood connects us with the world.
If racists want to stick paper stars on our
skin to tell us what we are, let them
boil in hell with their foolishness.
We are the Louisiana French, proud of
the French and African heritage. We are
European, African, Asian, and American.
Cajun, Creole. Let us dare to say it.
And all the worst for those who do not like
what we are. How long can they look at us and tell
us we do not exist?
But my friend, do not throw away the spice
because it is too light or too dark.
If you do that you will not have Gombo
ever again, but a foul melted stew made up of
the denied flesh of your ancestors,
your grandmother, your grandfather, your mother,
your father, your sister, your brother,
your aunt, your uncle, your niece,
your nephew, your children, or
Why are you obssesed with creoles?!
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