New Orleans

Bizarre Foods America makes a trip to the Big Easy where the food and the culture are a mix of Southern traditions and modern influence. Andrew eats Cajun comfort foods like stuffed pig stomach and smoked ...

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Bubba Frey's Restaurant & Mowata General Store

Chef and restauranteur Donald Link takes Andrew back to his to his hometown to get some authentic Cajun cooking. Andrew eats boudin and hog ponce, pig stomach stuffed with homemade sausage.

29017 Crowley Eunice Highway, Mowata (Eunice), LA 70535

 
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Willie Mae's Scotch House

Andrew visits the Treme neighborhood where residents are still rebuilding after the damage left by hurricane Katrina. This special place is now back up and running serving their famous fried chicken.

2401 St. Ann Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

 
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Dooky Chase

Andrew makes a stop at this legendary eatery, where he samples Creole cooking tips from the Queen of Creole cooking, Leah Chase.

2301 Orleans Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119

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Vaughan's Lounge

Andrew meets up with jazz musician Kermit Ruffins for some Creole cooking. Kermit shows Andrew how he makes some classic New Orleans-style food in the same place his band, The Barbeque Swingers play every Thursday night.

800 Lesseps Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

 

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