Whither Mosca's

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mr chips
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2004/11/10 01:03:40 (permalink)

Whither Mosca's

Hope I get this right. I once had Oysters Mosca an Mosca"s sestaurant in Sothern New Orleans. The food was geat, the atmosphere quirky and iwas one of the most memorable dining experiences of my life. Now it is off the Roadfood WEB site and I have not heard anyhting about the place. Does anyone know what happened to this place?
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    renfrew
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    RE: Whither Mosca's 2004/11/10 11:41:51 (permalink)
    my stomach churns just looking at the pictures. Food itself looks fine, but the grease levels looks extremely high!
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    Hillbilly
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    RE: Whither Mosca's 2004/11/10 12:31:29 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by renfrew

    my stomach churns just looking at the pictures. Fod itself looks fine, but the grease levels looks extremely high@

    MAGNIFICENT grease and garlic! This place is sometimes the equal of "Ueglich's" and "Joe's at Dreyfus Store", but I have been disappointed a couple of times. It is always good, but sometimes totally out of sight fabulous, which makes "good" a disappointment.
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    RE: Whither Mosca's 2004/11/11 11:27:55 (permalink)
    The picture of the Italian Shrimp reminds me of the Shrimp I used to get at one of my long gone favorite resturants, Slicker Sams in Melrose Park Illinois. Cooked in the shell served with plenty of garlic and butter with homemade Italian bread to soak up the sauce. I have tried to duplicate at home with no success and have never found a recipe that calls for cooking in the shell. Anyone know how to prepare this wonderful dish?
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