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Anchored in the French Creole tradition, the cuisine of Galatoire's reflects the bounty of regional seafood, from briny oysters to sweet crawfish; and the family recipes elevate fresh produce, poultry, and game to new levels with sauces and spices that lend unique flavor to each dish. All of the traditional Galatoire's favorites are here for the home cook to re-create, from tangy Shrimp Remoulade to classic Creole Seafood Gumbo. And there's a recipe for every occasion!
The French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. The city, and especially this area, is well known for its distinct French Creole architecture, as well as its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage. New Orleans is also famous for its cuisine, music (particularly as the birthplace of jazz), and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras.
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Decorated in the style of the Old French Quarter Storyville Bordello, dripping with over the top French/Creole decadent décor in red & gold...you will feel as if you have awakened & are back to Old New Orleans.
Gallier House was built 1857-60 by James Gallier, Jr who, along with his father, was one of New Orleans most important architects in the 19th century. This Greek Revival style French Creole townhouse with Anglo features (such as the stair hall and double parlor on the first floor) was Gallier Jr's primary residence. Now a museum. 1132 Royal St, French Quarter, New Orleans.
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I never seem to learn my lesson about antiques and the things attached to them. Brought home this old French Creole bombe chest from a curiosity shop in the Bywater district of New Orleans (seen here at the shop). Since it’s been here we’ve seen blue orbs, experienced cold spots and seen a figure standing near