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NEW ORLEANS’ SWAMPS? Just imagine…

25 May
NEW ORLEANS’ SWAMPS? Just imagine…

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Alligator: Southern Louisiana is full of swamplands and marshy coastal regions. It’s the perfect habitat for Alligators and they quickly became part of the everyday dining options. Alligator tastes similar to chicken or rabbit and the tenderloin, tail, ribs and other parts of the animal are used to create many different dishes like alligator Cajun spiced ribs, creole stew, fried alligator tail and more.  Try alligator pie at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage festival or to try a recipe at home, you can buy fresh gator from Cajun Grocer.  If you are really brave you can go hunt your alligator meat with an adventure from Grosse Savanne Wildlife Lodge.   http://www.lousianatravel.com

 

 Check out this Fine Cuisine: DELICIOUS ALLIGATOR

(USA Today)  Let your eyes feast on these New Orleans Alligator wings.  This delicacy was  prepared by guest, Greg Sonnier of KingFish at New Orleans Wine… http://www.kingfishneworleans.com/news/press-release

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LASTLY, a  restaurant with the perfect swampside ambiance,  The Palmetto Restaurant.
Scenically amazing,  the Palmetto restaurant

overlooks a swamp land with old cypress trees, palms, Louisiana irises and of course a variety of swamp wildlife.

But, don’t forget about the food! Palmetto’s is always creating a dynamic menu of southern favorites that are really tasty.

Visit site for menu and more info:www.palmettosrestaurant.com

 

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25 responses to “NEW ORLEANS’ SWAMPS? Just imagine…

  1. nildamacedopaulino

    04/10 at 0:00

    Nice <3 <3 <3

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  2. Nicki 007

    04/10 at 0:00

    Eating alligator hmm do not know if i would like it :-(
    But I do not have to test it because we only have alligators in zoos lol ..
    Have a nice day my friend..Hugs Nicki

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  3. knittingwithheart

    04/10 at 0:00

    I’d like to try that! :) 💜 Jackie@KWH

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  4. Hello World Goodnight Universe

    04/10 at 0:00

    I love in the Florida panhandle on the yellow river and see them all the time.. Yet I have to say when cooked right they are very very tasty… Yet don’t think I’ll be catching and making my own anytime soon lol lol

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  5. trulyunplugged

    04/10 at 0:00

    I couldn’t bring myself to take the plunge, but I sure love your entertaining blog :)

    Liked by 2 people

     
  6. imready

    04/10 at 0:00

    Thanks for sharing. We are planning a trip to NOLA this October and always looking for new experiences. An alligator dinner might be on the list!

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      Sounds exciting especially if you’ve. never been been there! Enjoy the prep., journey and delicious dishes including alligator!!😃

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  7. Simply Splendid Food

    04/10 at 0:00

    This was very interesting! I have yet to taste this rare meat! I have had turtle soup – a consume! I did not eat the “one” tidbit of turtle in the soup. I could not do it! 💖

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      I certainly understand. I once had bad feelings about lobsters and oysters. But, found both to be so delish, changed my bad feelings into love.

      Liked by 1 person

       
  8. Simply Splendid Food

    04/10 at 0:00

    Yes, you are so right! 💖

    Liked by 1 person

     

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