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  • Total Posts: 9
  • Joined: 12/25/2004
  • Location: Morganton, NC
Po-Boys Thu, 10/27/05 11:10 AM (permalink)
Want a flavorful po-boy? Well, go to Brenda's Diner in New Iberia, LA. A little side trip south of Lafayette off of I-10 will do you right. While you're there, try the smothered cabbage or the shrimp stew. DELECTABLE!!!

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    • Joined: 10/1/2004
    • Location: Millbury, MA
    RE: Po-Boys Thu, 10/27/05 1:15 PM (permalink)
    My mouth is watering at the thought!

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      • Joined: 4/2/2005
      • Location: Bradenton, FL
      RE: Po-Boys Sat, 11/19/05 11:11 PM (permalink)
      The best Po Boy I have ever had is at Ed Seafood Shack on the Causeway in Mobile. Had one before Katrina and after Katrina when Ed's re-opened and they didn't miss a beat!!! I think what makes their's diffrent than most is that the bread is actual grilled garlic bread....oh and you have to put a nice spoonful of their awesome coleslaw on it as well.
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