re: Moving to Lafayette and am curious - marie antoinette on 2/26/15 at 12:45 pmIt's your standard city type parade. The odd thing about Lafayette is that they use the same route for each parade. It ends at a fair in the stadium parking lot. It's pretty dark but we had loads of fun after the saturday night parades this year.
I doubt you'll find many houses in those neighbor...
re: Moving to Lafayette and am curious - marie antoinette on 2/26/15 at 12:01 pmI think you made a good choice! It's a great place to live and I think it's only going to improve in the 5-10 years. It's nice being able to ride bikes in the downtown/campus area and have access to the festivals and parades.
This may have been answered but when are you moving? There are a lot o...
re: Moving to Lafayette and am curious - marie antoinette on 2/26/15 at 11:41 am[quote]Freetown or the saints streets area.[/quote]
Best neighborhoods for young people. I lived in freetown for 3.5 years and loved it. We now live in the saint streets.
I never would have thought we'd end up in Lafayette long term but I'm very glad we did.
re: Suggestions for quick lunch in Lafayette - marie antoinette on 2/6/15 at 12:24 pm[quote]If you can't shred your own cheese and you're a taco place, you can't have my business. [/quote]
it's still delicious. the pork burrito rocks my world.
i've only had their yogurt for breakfast so far, pretty damn good. ...
re: Suggestions for quick lunch in Lafayette - marie antoinette on 2/6/15 at 12:13 pm[quote]quote:
Bread and circus
Never heard of this place. The wife is coming meet me for lunch today. May have to check it out. That burger looks awesome[/quote]
I really like bread and circus. I haven't been for a lunch though. I normally just pick up taco sisters when I can leave work for a...
re: Homemade King Cakes? - marie antoinette on 2/2/15 at 12:06 pm[quote]Which Junior League cookbook?[/quote]
I don't have those. This was passed on by someone who volunteers for me. Bienvenu taught her how to make this king cake and it is seriously the best. I'm about to have a piece. ...
re: Homemade King Cakes? - marie antoinette on 2/2/15 at 9:49 amFLEISCHMANN’S YEAST KING CAKE (Marcelle Bienvenu)
1 ½ cups sifted all purpose flour
¼ cup sugar
1 ½ teaspoons salt
2 packages Fleischmann’s Rapid Rise Yeast
(each package equals 2 ½ tsps.)
¾ cups milk
½ cup water
½ cup (1 stick) butter
½ cup sifted flour
2 ¾ cups sifted fl...