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November 06, 2013


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Deb McDonald

My mom used to make penuche when I was a child. Haven't had it in'll have to save me a bite.

Dan MacLeod

When I was in New Orleans, I tried jambalaya, chicken-fried steak, pecan pie, beignets, and a "po' boy" sandwich. I didn't know pralines were a New Orleans specialty and, apart from pralines-and-cream ice cream, had no idea what they were. I'm relieved, having read your review, that I didn't miss anything!

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