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Man v. Food – BBQ Shrimp in New Orleans

Adam travels to the Big Easy where he dives into a classic New Orleans Dish – BBQ shrimp. New episodes of Man v. Food air Wednesday nights at 10PM, only on the Travel Channel. http://travelchannel.com Duration : 0:2:3

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Restoring New Orleans Restaurants

New Orleans is world famous for its music, architecture, diversity and, perhaps most of all, its food. This documentary portrays the state of restaurants in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. It includes interviews with chefs who lost their restaurants to the flooding as well as those who cooked for first responders and nourished the soul…

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Beyond the French Quarter: a documentary

“Beyond the French Quarter” is a student-production that captures the unconventional accounts of youths in New Orleans. Follow us beyond the cameras and tourists, as we try to find hope in the areas that still haunt of desolation three years after Hurricane Katrina. Background of this project In March 2008, our 8-member production team visited…

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Taste of New Orleans Returns

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina New Orleans is slowly but surely coming back. We are seeing a return of the restaurant and tourism industries which are bringing back more and more tourists to the Big Easy. The greater New Orleans area is also welcoming people as new residents to this historic city. Five years ago,…

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Anyone been to Petunia’s in New Orleans French Quarter??

OK. I swear this restaurant had THE BEST food I have ever had, anywhere, hands down. Problem is that it’s been 3 years and I just can’t seem to replicate their recipe for Eggs Melanzana. It was a breaded and flash fried piece of eggplant with a piece to ham on top Like a ham..it…

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A Day At The French Quarter

 Who wouldn’t want to spend a day in the French Quarter?  There is so much to take in as you wander the streets.  A little shopping, some music on the air, mouth-watering aromas of delicious southern cuisine all adds to the historic sights waiting for in the oldest area of the Crescent City.   Ah! Give…

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