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A TASTE OF NEW ORLEANS
by Andrew Mersmann

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New food festivals are popping up in terrific cities and towns around the world, but one of the best you’ll ever get to savor is in the Crescent City. The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience takes place May 19-23 with 1,000 international wines to taste and food from 75 of the region’s finest eateries. Celebrity chefs like John Besh, Poppy Tooker, Dickie Brennan, and the most personable grand dame of dining in New Orleans, Leah Chase, are all rubbing shoulders right along with you. There are seminars to help you learn southern cuisine or wine pairing; elegant vintner’s dinners with the winemakers; and a mini-Mardi Gras food parade—the Royal Street Stroll complete with costumes and beads; and the headliner event, the Grand Tasting. The proceeds from this Bacchanal leading up to Memorial Day all go to local charities, from cancer fighting organizations to firefighters and animal rescue. www.nowfe.com

[Published: April, 2009]


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