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Let me guess … you’re a Foodie! You love to enjoy the taste of many different cuisines. And you’re intrigued by fascinating history. Well, you’ve come to the right place!
Are you curious about the difference between Creole and Cajun cooking? It’s all about the use of a couple of different ingredients, and two different cultures. Learn more on the tour.
Gumbo … Creole or Cajun? Decisions, decisions! Mmm, both delicious.
Wondering what “historic food pathways” means? Hint: Ours comes from the French, the Spanish, the Africans, the Sicilians, the Acadians, the Caribbean … and others, beginning way back in 1718.
How in the heck do you pronounce Muffaletta, you ask? What does the word actually mean? And where did it originate? How did it get so popular? You’ll find out as you savor yours.
Here’s an interesting question: why were Red Beans and Rice traditionally served on Mondays? The answer goes waaay back in time, and involves laundry day. Maybe you can guess, as you enjoy this traditional dish.
Which culture brought Pralines to New Orleans? And how in the heck do you pronounce it? (Hint: it’s not pray-leen.) Ponder these questions as you munch on this delicious dessert.
As you taste each of these dishes and more, you will be amazed by the architecture in our beloved French Quarter. Your guide has many stories to impart about the rich and storied history of our quirky city. It will be a fun afternoon!