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Miz Piggy
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Food at Jazz Fest

Despite annual trips to NO for years, somehow my husband and I have never been to Jazz Fest. That ends this weekend!

I hear the food is fabulous...what are the can't miss items?

Oh, and if someone could fill me in on the dress at Herbsaint's, I would appreciate it. Reservations there Friday night! Going to be a great weekend!


Kingwood Tiger
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
Just about all of the food is amazing.

Crawfish Monica
Strawberry Lemonade
Crawfish bread (although they made it smaller)
Softshell crab po boy
Oyster Rockefeller


Miz Piggy
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
I've heard of crawfish bread, but never had it. What is it?

ETA: Love the avatar!
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hobotiger
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I used to love the crwafish bread, now not so much. Obviously smaller and I find it to be greasy now.

I start each day with Cuban sandwich, then some pheasant quail and andouille gumbo, the meaty white beans and rice are good. THe oyster combo plate is great, raw oysters inside the track, cochon de lait poboy.Fresh cracklin is always a winner.

The rose mint tea is always good and the frozen coffee is good


rutiger
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
cochon de lait poboy


TigerTree
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
mango freeze....add some vodka to it if you sneak some in.


plawmac
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
Try the crawfish bisque - always fantastic.


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quail man
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
alligator po boy

Here's the entire list


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Souljah
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mango freeze....add some vodka to it if you sneak some in.


this

Crawfish monica as well


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Lester Earl
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You're I'm for a treat, esp if the weather stays like it is now


TigerWise
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Softshell crab po boy


I know what's for lunch tomorrow


Kingwood Tiger
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I would recommend that you start your day early at Liuzza's by the Track with a bloody mary or a tropical punch. Then finish up there after the fest, always have bands playing and everyone hanging out...good times.


notiger1997
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I would recommend that you start your day early at Liuzza's by the Track with a bloody mary or a tropical punch. Then finish up there after the fest, always have bands playing and everyone hanging out...good times.


This.


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LouisianaLady
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I've only been to JazzFest once. I got the cochon de lait poboy, which was awesome. I was full from that thing, but knew I couldn't go to jazzfest without trying the crawfish bread, so I got some. Also really damn good!


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Swagga
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then some pheasant quail and andouille gumbo


Stuff is delicious. One of the must haves if it is from prejean's.
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Rickety Cricket
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You're I'm for a treat, esp if the weather stays like it is now


Put yesterday's weather on a Saturday of Jazz Fest and I don't think it could get much better.

And bringing alcohol in is a must. They perform a very "cursory" bag search.


Lester Earl
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re: Food at Jazz Fest
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And bringing alcohol in is a must. They perform a very "cursory" bag search.




i usually just cave and buy the beer. but thats going to change this year..whats the best way to sneak some booze in?


Souljah
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I would recommend that you start your day early at Liuzza's by the Track with a bloody mary or a tropical punch. Then finish up there after the fest, always have bands playing and everyone hanging out...good times.


Also the usually have nitrous tanks raging


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TigerTree
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i usually just cave and buy the beer. but thats going to change this year..whats the best way to sneak some booze in?


They don't do pat downs do they? I thought they just check purses/bags. What is changing this year?


Rickety Cricket
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I usually bring a backpack with a decent sized blanket and water. I put vodka in empty water bottles wrapped in the blanket.


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