I the "armchair traveler" am enjoying your coverage of the Mardi Gras!
Looks like you are having a great time!
winedebGlad you're enjoying the photos. I took over 100 of costumes on Mardi Gras day (yesterday) I'll be writing and posting soon.colleenI am! The city is quiet today and I leave tomorrow. It is always sad to leave this wonderful city
I'm totally jealous... can't wait to get back to NOLA one day soon. Thanks for the wonderful posts. Not that you aren't doing enough but I 'tagged' you in some food-blog tagging thing. Please don't feel like you need to do it - I actually hate these things, but I like doing something to 'spread the love' in the food blog world. Anyways, if you're interested in checking it out, here's my post. Maybe you'll have some downtime when you return home? Have fun on your trip!http://neverfull.wordpress.com/2008/02/06/playing-tag-guess-im-it/amy @ we are never full
amythanks for the tag! I'll definitely do it!New Orleans was wonderful and I was sad to leave yesterday. Now I'm in California for a week to see my sister and her family. Then, home to France!
This all looks very festive indeed.I think your roquefort-onion tart is going to become famous. Did you see this?http://thejuicypear.typepad.com/ajuicylife/2008/02/loulous-onion-r.html?cid=100633840#comment-100633840
bettyOh it was festive all right! :)Thanks for sending me the link. I love to hear that people enjoy the recipes I share!
How fun!! I will think of you when I eat my Shrimp and Grits tonight, which I blogged about here, should you be interested.Happy Mardi Gras! Laissez les bons temps rouler!~ Paula
PaulaThanks! Shrimp and grits are a favorite of mine!
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