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Now on Kindle: New Orleans Food & Travel Guide!

Laura Siciliano-Rosen January 3, 2014

New Orleans Food and Travel Guide on KindleIt’s no secret that we love New Orleans—the food, the cocktails, the music, the attitude. So it’s with great pleasure that we release NOLA as our sixth destination guide on Kindle, with newly updated content thanks to a recent revisit. In it, we direct readers to 40 quintessentially New Orleans dishes and drinks, from our favorite BBQ shrimp to the best handmade daiquiris and everything in between. We also provide suggestions for How to Burn It Off (good luck!) and Where to Stay, and—as a bonus—we’re giving you a detailed three-day itinerary, i.e., A Perfect Weekend in New Orleans.

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Like our existing guides, it’s conveniently downloadable to your Kindle, smartphone, or tablet for just $3.99.

About the New Orleans Food & Travel Guide: “Everyone knows there’s great food to be found in New Orleans. But where is it, and moreover, what is it? Perhaps more than anywhere else in the U.S., New Orleans boasts a truly unique culinary tradition—born over centuries of French, Native American, African, Acadian (Cajun), Spanish, Anglo, and Italian influence—that has proven strong enough to withstand Americanization, diet fads galore, and countless devastating hurricanes. It is therefore worth knowing, when you visit there, the cultural significance of boudin sausage, why red beans and rice is always served on Monday, and—of course—where to find the best jambalaya in the French Quarter. This guide from Eat Your World covers all this and much more, pointing the way to 40 iconic NOLA dishes and drinks—from beignets and BBQ shrimp to Sazeracs and sno-balls—to give visitors a solid foothold on the city’s rich gastronomy…and pretty much guaranteeing an incredible time along the way.”

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