Wednesday, April 24, 2013

NOLA

This is what goes down in New Orleans:

Crawfish Boil:
Friends and Family:
This is Pa and #6

Beignets and coffee:
Left to Right:
#5a , Astri, #6 (Little Bug aka Cilantro), #5 (Precious), NVO

I think I could get accustomed to this. :-)

12 comments:

  1. Very nice, I am from Lafayette, LA and I grew up on crawfish. Fifteen years ago, we moved to Ohio. Oh, how I miss the southern way of life. Enjoy, Kathy

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    1. Oh I imagine you would miss it, Kathy. I don;t know much about Ohio but I bet it's good too!

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  2. Oui oui - j'adore les beignets! Et aussi des écrevisses. Je ne savais jamais que les beignets etaient paleo.... ;)

    (Feel like I missed a subjunctive there ... but I hope you enjoyed every luscious crumb!)

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    1. Yeah, I don't know about Paleo beignets...might not be so good. These had about an inch of powdered sugar on them; couldn't breath out, couldn't breath in.

      We did enjoy every last crumb...back home and back to a life without beignets for a while. ;-)

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  3. That looks awesome. You have a beautiful family!

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    1. Thank you Kim - they are good to have as kin. :-)

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  4. LOVE Cafe DuMonde. Be sure to go to The Market Place for a muffaletta. Also...The Commander's Palace!!!
    xo Kris

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    1. Aw, yes...the muffaletta...there's nothing like the muffaletta. We did not make it to The Commander's Palace (at least I don't think so) but we did make it to the Palace Cafe. :-)

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  5. Loved seeing the photos of your family:)

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    1. Aw that's nice Maggie. Thank you!

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  6. That looks awsome, and you look so good :)

    Lluisa x

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  7. Belle brochette !!!
    Sorry is an expression typically french, ggogle can not translate :(
    It means that your are all beautiful in this picture, but it is also a play on words with seafood !!!!

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