A walk down Bourbon street post Saints vs Card. game on the way to the Superbowl in the Mia
Duration : 0:6:58
Dixieland with Swing from Southern Jazz Paducah, Ky
Duration : 0:4:37
Pre-Katrina, pre-2000s New Orleans culture comes to life in this parody of the classic “Twelve Days of Christmas.” Sadly, practically everything in this video is gone or changed drastically. Most of the businesses, if I’m not mistaken, had disappeared or were sold before my family even moved out of Louisiana in 2000.
Sorry for the mediocre audio/video quality, but the tape is well past its prime as its last recorded program—this sketch—was recorded no later than December 1995 or ’96.
The only thing missing from this is the few opening words—”On the first day of Christmas, my mawmaw gave to me a crawfish they caught…”—but I think the video makes up for it with a nice little surprise at the end.
Duration : 0:3:40
recipe and some good side dishes
Ready in: 30-60 minutes
Difficulty: 3 (1=easiest :: hardest=5)
1 Chicken cut up
1 1/2 pound boneless chicken breast
1 cup Jim Beam Bourbon whiskey
1/2 cup Dark brown sugar
1 cup Ketchup
2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup White vinegar
1 tablespoon Fresh lemon juice
3 Cloves garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon Dry mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Though this dish is said to be NOT Cajun, It has become associated with Cajun and I see it on several good Cajun sites.
Combine Bourbon, sugar, ketchup, sauce, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper. Chicken can be marinated for a few hours in the sauce, but it is not mandatory.
If you BBQ the chicken, baste it with the sauce …when it is turned be sure and serve some for dipping.
If you are pan-fry the chicken , brown the chicken then pour the sauce into the pan and simmer for 5 minutes till sauce thickens. Serve with rice or pasta.
This recipe for Bourbon Street Chicken serves/makes 4
Get ready for an exciting adventure! Take a thrilling ride through the swamps and bayous of Louisiana, accessible only by airboat. The captain, a native of the area, offers a colorful history of the Cajun way of life. You’ll come face to face with alligators, snakes and other native creatures while touring their neighborhood.
We have been offering our airboat tours since May 2000.
Seven airboats are available accommodating up to 98 passengers. Each vessel is ready to take you to the far reaches of the bayous by using Chevy 454, 450 horsepower engines.
Duration : 0:1:20
“BOURBON STREET PARADE” was recorded by a public TV in the last performance of clarinetist Tito Martino with the Traditional Jazz Band, just before he changed his residence to Swiss in 1983. Martino started, named and lead the Traditional Jazz Band for 20 years. This is certainly one of the best performances of this band, one which all their members can feel proud of. At this time, Carlos Lima was at trumpet (he’s out now) Bruno Christen trombone (he is now living in Swiss) Tito Martino clarinet, sop.sax, altosax and leader, Edo Callia piano, Dudu Bugni banjo and guitar, Carlos Chaim bass, and Alcides Lima drums and washboard. Tito came back to São Paulo in 1993 and plays with his new group, the TITO MARTINO JAZZ BAND.
Duration : 0:5:32
Florida and Cincinnati fans speak out on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
Duration : 0:3:18
I always have eaten a ‘Lucky Dog’ on Bourbon Street. I didn’t see any chicken for sale unless you mean a ‘young prostitute’.
Bourbon Street Parade_Harry Connick Jr.
Duration : 0:6:5