Wednesday, November 3, 2010

To all the po-boys I've loved before...

Seeing as the Po-Boy Preservation Festival is almost upon us, I thought now would be a good time to remember all of the po-boys I've enjoyed since beginning my weekly cheats. Below I have prepared a sort of "photo-journey" capturing the po-boys from my past.

By the way, you will definitely see me at the festival Sunday, November 14th on Oak Street, one of the coolest festivals in my 'hood!

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This first picture from July 20, 2009 is of an Ultimate Roast Beef Po-Boy from Joe Sepies on Jefferson Highway.


This was obviously before I acquired my bad-ass camera, but know that this is one of my absolute favorites.  If you have not enjoyed one of these babies yet, you are severely missing out.

This next bastion of deliciousness is a foot long Oyster Po-Boy with Havarti Cheese and Bacon from Ye Olde College Inn on Carrollton Avenue. I wrote this review in October of last year.


I believe it took me two days to finish this excellent sandwich...talk about an extended cheat.

Although this next one was awfully expensive, it was nonetheless delicious! Sink your teeth into this Fried Shrimp Po-Boy from The Famous Gumbo Pot.


Obviously, I had my awesome camera by this point.

Among the many fine dishes we had at Boucherie, I will never forget this mouth-watering 12-Hour Roast Beef Po-Boy dressed with Horseradish cream and pickled red onions.


Gosh, this picture still makes me drool.

Here's a shot of the two tasty po-boys John and I enjoyed from Frankie & Johnny's...let 'em have it!


Fried shrimp and catfish side by side...oh what a wonderful sight!

Last, but most certainly not least, is this fabulous, 11 inch Fried Catfish Po-Boy (for only $8!) at Hobnobber Cafe.


By no means are these all of the po-boys I've ever enjoyed, but they certainly are some of the best! I can't wait to try out some more at the festival next weekend...hope to see you there!

2 comments:

Lorin Gaudin said...

omg...what was I saying about going gluten free??? Never mind.

Kimberly Ranjbar said...

You can do it! Afterwards we'll go out for some greasy goodness ;)