Louisiana Seafood Festival

NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — This weekend, 4 of my granddaughters (true cajun-dining experts already), myself and their moms enjoyed the Louisiana Seafood Festival. We ate bbq shrimp, stuffed oysters, alligator, shrimp/grits, charbroiled oysters, and more. My son in-law and 2 grandsons kept busy with skating, bicycling and other physical activities.

2014 Louisiana Seafood Festival:
In the picture below, a worker of Drago’s Restaurant takes charbroiled oysters off the grill during this weekend’s 2014 Louisiana Seafood Festival on the festival grounds at City Park in New Orleans.

Charbroiled Oysters

Charbroiled Oysters

Participating Restaurants
Over two dozen of New Orleans’ top restaurants will be taking part in this year’s Seafood Festival, including:

Andrea’s Restaurant
Bacchus Bistro & Bar
Blue Crab Restaurant
Boomtown Casino
Café Giovanni
Café Reconcile
Drago’s Seafood Restaurant
Ernst Café
Jacques-Imo’s Café
Lüke Restaurant
Miss Linda The Ya-Ka-Mein Lady
Mr. Mudbug Catering
Redfish Grill
Royal House Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Seither’s Seafood
Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar
Trey Yuen
TJ Gourmet
Woody’s Fish Tacos

Love is a many-splendored thing.

Love is a many-splendored thing.

Many Saudi and Muslim women are required to wear head-to-toe hijabs. The public is not allowed to even see their eyes. What would the Taliban make of this picture?

In U.S.

In U.S.

My point? I compare the 2 pictures, and wonder who is correct.

Across the pond in Middle East.

Across the pond in Middle East.


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