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June 18, 2010

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Leluu

Nice - I must try this -
I love New Orleans! Thanks for the reminder x

Joshua Armstrong

You've managed first comment on each of my Sandwiches of America posts. Hooray for you.

Have you been to New Orleans and had the real thing?

Su-Lin

Fried stuff? In a bun? Yes, please.

Lizzie

Fantastic effort. I had a shrimp and oyster po'boy in Houston airport. It was enormous. Served with chips and a beer I immediately succumbed to a food coma.

Leluu

Have I? Hooray for me! Are you talking to me?
Yes I had one when I was there - was GREATTT! I also had lots of alligator too - and massive steaks and a lot of Bourbon.

I didn't manage to get any beads though.. too shy to show off my boobs! he he

Joshua Armstrong

Lizzie - that was indeed an enormous sandwich.

Su-Lin - There's few things not improved through battering and deep frying and it appears sandwich fillings aren't one of them

Uyen - I was talking to you - yep. Very jealous, I want to go there on a foodie trip. If you can make it three I'll give you a prize (not beads).

Jessica

I've seen lots of variations on the "po boy" and this one is a great one. Thanks for sharing!

Becci

Um... if ever there was a time for "f**k my mouth"...

Gillordeincatering.wordpress.com

This sounds MMMMMGood. fried "anything" in a bun works for me but the spicy batter & Shrimp combo has the ayes. Will try this out on my stomach soon!

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