Bourbon Street

Does anyone know a good recipe for Bourbon Street Chicken?!?

Anything like the one used by Golden Corral, maybe?!

Ingredients:

4 chicken breasts
1 teaspoon ground ginger
4 ounces soy sauce
2 tablespoons dried onion flakes
1/2 cup brown sugar
3/8 cup bourbon whiskey
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

DIRECTIONS: Place chicken breasts in a 9×13 inch baking dish. In a small bowl combine the ginger, soy sauce, onion flakes, sugar, bourbon and garlic powder. Mix together and pour mixture over chicken. Cover dish and place in refrigerator. Marinate overnight. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Remove dish from refrigerator and remove cover. Bake in the preheated oven, basting frequently, for 1 1/2 hours or until chicken is well browned and juices run clear.
Yield: 4 Servings


Bucket Drum Player on Bourbon Street at Mardi Gras 2008

This guy attracted quite a crowd on Bourbon Street with a one-handed drum roll.

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Bourbon Street

John the Conqueroo celebrating Mardi Gras at the Northern Lights Theater in Milwaukee, featuring Will Branch on guitar.

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Caught on the “wrong side” of Bourbon Street, celebrity emcees Bianca Del Rio and Blanche Debris terrorize the straight boys and get them to get down and “crunk.” The Bourbon Street Awards is the definitive Gay Mardi Gras costume contest held annually on Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans, attracting participants from across the globe. Brought to you by Oz, the “Land of Dance” – one of New Orleans hottest Gay Night Clubs. Jump on www.MardiGrasUnmasked.com to experience all things Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

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During the Lenten season abstinence from meat on Fridays is obligatory for all us “good Catholics” in Louisiana and elsewhere. Salt and freshwater species of fish, amphibians, reptiles and shellfish are permitted.  So darn the luck, as Paw-Paw Benoit would say.  What do we in the Bayou State during Lent?  We eat even more seafood! 

 
If you are down in New Orleans during Lent (actually anytime of the year) and you are looking for seafood you have just hit the jackpot.  Some of the best seafood I have ever eaten was served up right here in the Crescent City.  The problem is choosing at which wonderful eatery to pull up a chair or a stool. Fans consistently rank Acme’s oysters, seafood and atmosphere among the best in New Orleans and the country and they get my vote, too.

Acme Oyster House has been around since1910. Louie Armstrong had not even started his first band and the Acme Café was opened on Royal Street in the French Quarter. Acme has long been a staple in the Big Easy restaurant pantry chock a block full of amazing cuisine.  Because a horrible fire in 1924 caused the collapse of the three-story Acme Saloon building, the Café was re-opened as Acme Oyster House around the corner at 724 Iberville in the world famous French Quarter, just off of Bourbon Street.  In addition to the French Quarter location, Acme Oyster Houses are open in Covington, Metairie, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and in Sandestin on the Florida panhandle.

Acme shucked well over 3.6 million fresh oysters in 2008. That’s almost 10,000 oysters a day and doesn’t even include the fried ones.   Its neon sign is a beacon guiding the hungry by the droves. Locals and tourists a-like line up for some of the best New Orleans style seafood around and is a testament to this place in a city renowned for its food. Don’t let the line deter you it moves really fast!  I suggest you order an Abita from the bar and hang tight.  Your seat at a checkered tablecloth covered table is coming right up.

World famous for their ice cold oysters on the half shell, Acme has out done themselves with their version of char-grilled oysters.  Grilled in the shell with garlic, butter and a sprinkling of parmesan cheese this is a treat for even the most oyster opposed of us.  Trust me; I have brought many an anti-oyster visitor over from the dark side by offering this sizzling delicacy on a piece of New Orleans French bread.  Just a side note, when the oyster is gone, dip your bread in the empty shell to get every drop of the buttery ambrosia left in the bottom!  Cést Bon, Cher!

If the oysters won’t tempt you then check out Acme’s impressive menu.  The fried catfish platter and the corn and crab soup may be just the thing for a Lenten supper.  Of course, there is always hot seafood gumbo to chase away the chill of a cool day.  No matter what you order you can’t go wrong. Stand in line at Acme. I promise, they aren’t going anywhere and it is well worth the wait!
 
By Sharon Denise Talbot


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What’s an easy recipe for Bourbon street chicken?


Bourbon Street Chicken

4 chicken breasts
1 tsp. ground ginger
1/4 C. soy sauce
2 tablespoons dried minced onion
1/2 C. packed brown sugar
1/4 C. bourbon (to taste)
1/2 tsp. garlic powder

Place chicken breasts in a 9×13" baking dish

Combine the ginger, soy sauce, onion flakes, sugar, bourbon and garlic powder and pour over chicken

Cover dish and place in refrigerator overnight

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F

In a covered dish, bake in preheated oven, basting frequently, for 1 hour or until chicken is well browned and juices run clear. Also good on the grill!

Note: If you double the recipe, make sure that the chicken is still in a single layer.


Soulfly “I and I” @ Bourbon Street NPR,FL 11/08/08

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1 of 2 vids I took during Soulfly’s set @ Bourbon Street on the Conquer tour featuring Bleed the Sky, Incite, and Devastation on 11/08/2008

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Wynton Marsalis.

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Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras 2009.AVI

If one of your next holiday celebrations is Mardi Gras, here’s a preview — sights and sounds in the French Quarter that I experienced in February 2009. Captured on my little Sony digicam.

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