Wednesday, February 3, 2010

1012 Corridor Cuisine: The Po-Boys

I have some exciting news for Bite and Booze!  My submission has recently been published in 1012 Corridor Magazine!  1012 is a business publication that covers everything going on along I-10 and I-12 in South Louisiana.  In every edition there is a section on Corridor Cuisine and the Winter 2010 publication covers a South Louisiana favorite, po-boys.

While fried seafood is traditionally the favorite po-boy of most Louisianians, I agrued that the best po-boy on the block doesn't contain any seafood.  Click the link below to read the 1012 Corridor Cuisine: The Po-Boys article.  Make sure you scroll all the way down to the bottom to see the nomination by "South Louisiana food lover and amateur food critic Jay Ducote!"

(Thanks to VikingGeek on Flickr for the Picture)

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  1. Jay - Darrell's Special is BY FAR my favorite sandwich on Earth. I make trips to Lake Chuck exclusively for this delicacy. So glad to see it's getting the chops it deserves! Miss ya! -Jules

  2. Darrells special is the sh#t.....BUT For someone who loves fried shrimp po boys to be reformed to believe that the boiled shrimp po boy at Darrells is simply the best and most unique. Get it with jalpeno mayo. I always stop on the way through town and often drive an hour from TX just to get it( usually 2)


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