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Posted by Michael Stern on Sunday, March 24, 2013 6:23 PM

When it opened in 1840, Antoine's probably didn't serve any of its food in cardboard boats, but the venerable New Orleans eatery was game to particpate in this year's Foodfest, offering baked Alaska with chocolate sauce and -- pictured above -- Shrimp Regua Po Boys. Named for the chef who came up with it, shrimp Regua cossets plump pink crescents in remoulade that has been enlivened by a shot of tangy ravigote. Atop that magic formula are greens, red peppers, frizzled fried onions, and a sprinkle of herbs. 

Source: Antoine's


And the bread! The best bread in the world for these types of fillings! I wish I were there.
Posted by ayersian on Sunday, Mar 24, 2013 11:00 PM

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