March 4, 2009

Noshing in New Orleans

One can't help but eat like a King (or a Queen) in New Orleans.

Here are a few of the culinary highlights of my trip.

Grilled Sausage and Peppers Sandwich with bread and butter pickle and crispy, salty potato chips at Cochon Butcher.
The sausages, pickles and potato chips are all made in house.

It wouldn't be New Orleans without Hubig's Pies.

Fried soft shell crab Po' Boy from Stanley. Dressed with spicy remoulade and coleslaw. Shake on some Crystal Hot Sauce, and you've got yourself one heck of a delicious, messy lunch!

A mere glimpse of the array of cheeses available at the St. James Cheese Company. They offer sandwiches, cheese plates, charcuterie plates and salads.
I had a sandwich with Gruyère and caramelized onions on grilled multi-grain bread. Divine!
Here's the menu.

The colorful and irresistible chocolate counter at Sucré. Pin It


Pontchartrain Pete said...

It was great meeting you and I'm glad we had a chance to visit while drinking Sazeracs in the courtyard at Napoleon's. And triple thanks for pointing out what was under our noses already: the delights and wonders (meaning bacon praline) at The Butcher.

croquecamille said...

Oh, soft-shell crab poboy. Yum!

Laura [What I Like] said...

LOVE soft shell crab!

Sandy said...

It must be that time of the month because that Fried soft shell crab Po' Boy looks wicked good!lol

Loulou said...

You're welcome! I really enjoyed having drinks with you all and hope to see you again next year.
Keep in touch!

It was very yummy!

I'm usually not a huge fan of soft shell crab, but this was a delicious Po' Boy.

It was! :)

Heidi / Savory Tv said...

Seriously, I am tempted to hop on an airplane just to taste those!

Loulou said...

I highly recommend that you do!