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GoNOLA Recipes at Home: Emeril’s Slow-Cooked Cochon de Lait Po-Boy thumbnail

GoNOLA Recipes at Home: Emeril’s Slow-Cooked Cochon de Lait Po-Boy

Recipes

While Jazz Fest may be famous for bringing together a diverse array of musical styles and cultural influences, it is also undeniably all about the food. Luckily two full weekends of festing allows for plenty of face-stuffing. One of the most popular Jazz Fest dishes is also one of Chef Emeril Lagasse’s personal favorites: the Cochon de Lait Po-Boy. This …

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GoNOLA Top 5: Best of the Banh Mi in New Orleans thumbnail

GoNOLA Top 5: Best of the Banh Mi in New Orleans

Food Restaurants

New Orleans is known for embracing and celebrating a wealth of different cultures. But within recent years it seems as if the vibrant Vietnamese community has gained more attention than any other. Having adopted extensive baking knowledge from the French during colonization, the Vietnamese use their talents to give us one of the most delicious sandwiches known to man. The …

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Sandwich Wars: New Orleans vs. Philadelphia thumbnail

Sandwich Wars: New Orleans vs. Philadelphia

Food

Be honest with yourself: is there anything better than a sandwich? I’m sure some of you feel honor-bound to say things like “my wife” or “a baby’s smile,” but neither of those things comes in its own edible container (which is probably for the best).

Philadelphia is a titan on the American sandwich scene, of course. The Philly Cheesesteak is …

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Take A Bite Out of New Orleans at Oak Street Po-Boy Festival thumbnail

Take A Bite Out of New Orleans at Oak Street Po-Boy Festival

Events Food Music

Shrimp. Oyster. Half and Half.  Roast Beef. Sausage. Dressed, please. No matter what kind you choose, a bite of a po-boy is a bite of New Orleans. My friend, Alan, a local who now lives in Seattle, says that a few days before he flies home, he starts dreaming about eating a shrimp po-boy, so connected is that food with …

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