Monday, June 8, 2009

New Orleans Sunday: Roadfood and Jackson Square

I woke up early Sunday and headed over to Mother's for breakfast. Grits and debris, and a side of polish sausage along with a nice fluffy biscuit was just what you need to get your day rolling.

In the afternoon we returned to the Roadfood Fest:

Sunday "from 11 a.m to 7 p.m. from the 300 to 600 blocks of Royal St., the free, first Louisiana RoadFood Festival will feature the original Roadfood Warriors, best-selling authors and Gourmet magazine writers Jane and Michael Stern, in "How to Find Roadfood" panel Sunday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Ed Levine, Sara Roahen and others will join in the roundtable discussion on the steps of the Surpreme Court building."

Mmm shrimp balls!

But I think I liked the fried artichokes better

Mmmm snowballs

You see a lot of weird shit on Bourbon Street

and some dapper Dans

Catfish and potato salad

On a side street we serendipitously ran into some ooey gooey butter cake.

Then we made our way to Jackson Square where you see some REALLY weird shit

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