Hungry? Visit the Roadfood Festival, Saturday And Sunday, March 27 & 28 2010, French Quarter, New Orleans.

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This coming March brings the Crescent City’s annual Roadfood Festival, featuring ultra-casual foods from all over the United States!  From New York style pizza, to Chicago Italian beef sandwiches, Hawaiian Poi, Ohio (Cincinnati) Chili, Maine clam chowder, Texas Barbecue, and New Orleans’ own creole and Cajun offerings, you’re likely to find an amazing variety of food!  (Okay, so we don’t know that these food items will actually be offered, but this gives you an idea of the regionality of what will be there.)

This year, Michael and Jane Stern are the special guests.  Don’t recognize the names?  Their goal is to share exactly what this festival offers:  visiting reasonably-priced eateries all over the country, bringing you the best dishes from each area.  Their website is a live, current version of their work.

The price is right to the event (i.e., it’s free to the public), and will feature the making of The World’s Longest Oyster Po-Boy at around noon on Saturday, which you can help devour shortly after it’s finished!

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Photo courtesy of http://www.neworleansroadfoodfestival.com/

For more information, visit the festival’s site here! 


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