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 25 of the Best and Strangest Po' Boys at the Oak Street, New Orleans Po' Boy Festival

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Foodbme

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25 of the Best and Strangest Po' Boys at the Oak Street, New Orleans Po' Boy Festival Mon, 12/5/11 1:42 PM (permalink)
Just goes to show you can put almost anything in a bun and call it a Po' Boy!
http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/11/new-orleans-oak-street-po-boy-festival-sandwiches-nola.html?ref=carousel
 
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    fishtaco

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    Re:25 of the Best and Strangest Po' Boys at the Oak Street, New Orleans Po' Boy Festival Mon, 12/5/11 3:59 PM (permalink)
    Foodbme


    Just goes to show you can put almost anything in a bun and call it a Po' Boy!
    http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/11/new-orleans-oak-street-po-boy-festival-sandwiches-nola.html?ref=carousel

    Courtesy of Serious Eats.

    I only saw about three of those that made me turn my nose up. The rest looked mighty tasty.
     
     
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      improviser

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      Re:25 of the Best and Strangest Po' Boys at the Oak Street, New Orleans Po' Boy Festival Wed, 12/7/11 2:02 PM (permalink)
      I'd try each one of these. Even the vegan one looks kind of tasty.
       
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        sk bob

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        Re:25 of the Best and Strangest Po' Boys at the Oak Street, New Orleans Po' Boy Festival Thu, 12/8/11 9:20 PM (permalink)
        on the other end, there is only 4 that I'd even consider eating on that list of 25.
         
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          ayersian

          Re:25 of the Best and Strangest Po' Boys at the Oak Street, New Orleans Po' Boy Festival Fri, 12/9/11 12:13 AM (permalink)
          Last spring during the New Orleans Roadfood Fest, I ate one with fried chicken livers at Mahony's -- one of the tastiest po'boys I've ever had (if you like chicken livers)!    Chris
           
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