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Feb 07, 2012

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Joanne

I've always wanted to go to New Orleans for exactly this reason - all the good food! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Sara (Belly Rumbles)

There was a House of Blues when I was in Orlando, but didn't have time to eat there. The buttermilk fried chicken looks awesome.

yummychunklet

Everything looks tasty. Now I'm thinking of visiting the HoB in Chicago to see if they have the same food items.

Gaby

That bread pudding looks great! In a dangerous kind of way... :)

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

I really want to visit NO one day. There's just so much food I want to try there!

Hotly Spiced

What a great part of the world. How interesting. And the portions in that restaurant are so generous. Does it make you feel old not being asked for ID? I know I'd love to go back to the days when I would be furious if I was asked!

Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake

You're making NO sound like so much fun! Wish I had a bit more time to look around America last time I was there, only had 10 days and 9 of it was at Vegas. :S

Winston

Awwww, I'm so envious that you got to go to New Orleans! Mainly cause it's got a rich history and musical background. I'd love to go there to soak up all the culture and energy of the place too. Anyway, GREAT choice of restaurant! Never knew it was a joint venture between all those artists! Really awesome stuff. YUM! =D

Lucas @CoverVersions

That bread pudding looks amazing. And House of Blues is owned by Dan Ackroyd.

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