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Three sides of Louisiana

Shreveport / Bossier

Considered Louisiana s "other side," the likes of Terry Bradshaw and Jared Leto have risen to fame in an area of the world that began with lawless men, female prostitutes and gambling. Leto was most 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron likely smitten with celebrity after witnessing the many films made in the area. In fact, some call Shreveport Bossier "Hollywood South." "Mad Money," "The Guardian," "True Blood" opening scene and "Ghost Hunters" were filmed here. During my visit, Charlize Theron was in town filming "Dark Places." Alas, our paths never crossed.

The home of rockabilly, Shreveport Bossier is a simple 40 minute drive from Texas; in fact, some call the area "East Texas." It s a place where musicians, including Robert Plant and the late Kurt Cobain, have come to visit the grave of 1930s blues legend and former chain ganger Lead Belly (Hullie William Ledbetter), father of the 12 string "Comprar Gh Jintropin" guitar, and famous for his song, "Goodnight Irene," with lyrics to match his hardened heart. This is also the area Anadrole (A-Drol) Reviews where Elvis Presley got his start on the Louisiana Hayride radio program. Statues of the King and his TCB guitarist James Burton are available for selfies in front of the Municipal Auditorium on Elvis Presley Boulevard.

Outside of music and Hollywood, Shreveport Bossier is where pecan praline candies were first introduced as a southern treat. The Bayou food scene is as unique as Northern Louisiana s residents. Just try a taste of crawfish etouffee (French for "smothered") or the jazz musician s staple dish of red beans and rice with cayenne and you ll be in southern company. And then there s gumbo, with fil powder (from sassafras root) on top, a recipe that hails from natives of Louisiana. A stop at the local food shop, Bergeron s, is where you can stock up on boudin balls and Cajun meats, and specialties such as seafood gumbo, crackling and stuffed turduckens.

Places to avoid: Margaritaville Casino; that is, unless you want to witness the hourly show Equipoise Bloat where a pretty young girl in a bikini shoots out of a plastic volcano into a margarita glass to then perform a pseudo circque de soleil on a rope swing before provocatively dancing on a platform. Oh, and "Oxandrolone Powder India" there s gambling there, too.

Place to stay: Fairfield Place, a bed and breakfast with a secret garden and southern breakfast of champions. If I were to visit again, I would be sure to go in mid May for The Authentic Bonnie and Clyde Festival.

On that fateful "Comprar Gh Jintropin" May 23 morning in 1934, the two notorious bank robbers stopped in Ma Canfield s Caf to grab a few sandwiches to enjoy at their hideout in the brush on top of a hill. Bonnie would only get to eat half of that sandwich before 100 plus bullets were responsible for her death, as well as her partner in crime, Clyde s. Over 140 curiosity seekers flocked to see the deceased celebrities.

Since that fateful day 80 years ago, Ma Canfield s is now known as the Bonnie and Clyde Museum, which is run by the son of Ted, one of the law enforcement officer s that shot Clyde Barrows to his death.

More stops in the Natchitoches area include a must stop for a soulful Louisiana Creole lunch to enjoy one of the best meat pies ever, at Lasyone s. Add some fried green beans and a glass of sweet tea and you ve got a perfect southern meal. You can also order meat pies online, but you d have to order 60 pies minimum, and with shipping, that ll be $149.99.

New Orleans

A unique destination with streets named in French and Spanish and are lined with Creole architecture in Candy land colors, the Louis Armstrong International Airport sets the tone for the essence of New Orleans, or NOLA. At the mere mention of this city with European tradition blended with Caribbean influences, many associate New Orleans with the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, or even the BP oil spill. The folks who weathered the storm will be more than happy to share their stories of how their China, passed down from two generations, doesn t match because only certain pieces were salvaged. You can feel the history and heartbreak in the eyes of Katrina s survivors, and you may even shed a tear or two listening to so much loss. But once you re in the midst of Royal and Bourbon streets, you ll no doubt forget the past and focus on the strength of this great community of people simply by witnessing first hand the thriving music scene.

First, a stop for a jazz brunch fits the bill to begin a long weekend, and Court of Two Sisters, located in the heart of the French Quarter, offers the best culinary and jazz experience. so you can enjoy an incredible array of breakfast items that include biscuits that must have been made in heaven, and a seafood Orleans omelet stuffed with crawfish and shrimp made to order before the buffet switches to lunch items that include bread pudding and some really sweet potatoes. You ll get to taste it all, but you d best be hungry or you may end up in a food coma. Perhaps a seat in the largest "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" outdoor dining courtyard in the French Quarter would be a good choice, just in case you need some fresh air.

For dinner in a restaurant revived from the 70s and once frequented by the late playwright, Tennessee Williams, head to Dumaine Street, where Marti s, namesake of the owner who died in the 80s, has re opened as a hot spot to grab a few cocktails and enjoy chilled seafood and oysters. Or head to newer NOLA at Cochon for some traditional Cajun Southern dishes sourced from local meat and seafood. The open kitchen provides its own entertainment for those who enjoy watching a pig carving. If you want to taste fried boudin balls (rice and pork) or deep fried beef jerky, or better yet, ham with crispy skin and grits, make it a point to stop at Cochon. After dinner, head to one of many hotel cocktail lounges (NewOrleansHotelCollection) for live jazz and perhaps a tarot card reading for additional entertainment. Yes, you can find tarot card readers at every turn in NOLA. Or you can follow the flock outside and wait an hour or so for a seat at the most famous spot for beignets and coffee: Caf du Monde, just to say you did.

French impressionist Edward Degas mother and grandmother were born in New Orleans, and there s a tour inside their split up home sure to interest history and art buffs alike. In the year 1872, Degas painted the portrait of Estelle, which now hangs in the New Orleans Museum of Art. Its better half is where the Degas House Bed and Breakfast is open for tourists, and is a place filled with NOLA character and charm, and perhaps a few lingering spirits.

New Orleans School of Cooking is a must for foodies who crave lessons on the secrets of how to make the perfect praline, crawfish etouffee or roux (getting flour to cook), and to learn how to infuse recipes with the trinity ingredients: onions, celery and green pepper. Kevin Belcher Bolt 200m runs a comedy infused class, beginning with his mantra: "Louisiana foods are different than home," he says. "Stomp your foot, beat your hands, lick your fingers and be quick and lick your friends fingers."

As they say all over Louisiana, "Laissez les bons temps rouler" (Let the good times roll)!

Charlene Peters is editor of special features at GateHouse Media New England. boneless skinless chicken thighs


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