Enjoy a Po’ Boy on New Year’s Day

For those of you not familiar with New Orleans’ traditional sandwich, a po’ boy usually consists of meat or seafood that is fried and served on baguette-like bread. Here’s a little on the origins of the Po-Boy courtesy of Wikipedia.

I’ve got to talk about the bread, which is a key ingredient. Louisiana French bread is different from the traditional baguette, in that it has a flaky crust with a soft, airy center. The crust of Louisiana is very crispy—so much so that it is difficult to eat without leaving crumbs. Then we dress it with lettuce, tomato, pickle and Creole mayo.

Our other popular po’ boys include shrimp po’ boys, catfish po’ boys, and in the non-seafood variety, blackened chicken po’ boys and alligator sausage po’ boys.

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