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In Search of Andouille in Dallas!

Thanks for all the tips! Smoke looks fantastic, I'll hit that up for lunch sometime soon. It also looks like I'll be making a trip out to Ponder before too long as well. For those of you who were asking about Boudin, check out this website, there's still nothing in Dallas, but there's a interactive map for the next time you plan a road trip

Dec 08, 2009
pnity in Dallas - Fort Worth

In Search of Andouille in Dallas!

Any ideas on a good source of Andouille here in Dallas.

I tried out Central Market and it's pretty so so... I figure with us being so close to Louisiana there's got to be some dynomite Andouille somewhere nearby, I just haven't found it yet.

Looking forward to hearing some responses....


Dec 03, 2009
pnity in Dallas - Fort Worth

Any ideas in Killeen?

I've heard that Killeen has a Hawaiin restaraunt that is pretty authentic (as per a Hawaiin friend of mine). I haven't tried it out, but its on my list of places to go next time I'm in the area. C&H Hawaiian Grill

Dec 03, 2009
pnity in Texas

Mayan and Yucatecan around Cozumel/Playa del Carmen area

Gracias Veggo

Sep 21, 2009
pnity in Mexico

Mayan and Yucatecan around Cozumel/Playa del Carmen area

I'll be going to Cozumel and the Playa del Carmen/Tulum/Coastal Mainland area this December for about 5 days and am looking for any recommendations on traditional foods to eat while in the area. I've never had any exposure to Yucatecan or Mayan food, so I'm in pursuit of "Mayan and Yucatecan must eats".

I feel my palate is currently in a heavy state of Tex-Mex, and I'm really looking forward to it blossoming a little.

My list of foods to find thus far is ensaladas de nopales, cochinita pibil, pozole, xtabentun, mexican hot chocolate....and of course, all the fresh fish and conch I can handle.

Any other thoughts on foods/drinks/liquors that I should experience while I'm in the area (and recommendations on where to find these foods) is much appreciated. I'll have a car and am used to driving hours and hours, so I'm open to whereever I the exploration takes me. Other than time, my only limitation is that I'm trying to keep in the area of "reasonably priced", with maybe one or two splurges.

Thanks for any advice you can offer

Sep 20, 2009
pnity in Mexico

Doberge Cakes in New Orleans?

I'll be in New Orleans and Grand Isle in July and am looking to pick up a good Doberge cake for my brother's birthday; hopefully a half lemon / half chocolate. I haven't been in New Orleans for a while, does anyone have any recommendations on a bakery, or, a really good spot to get a Doberge Cake?



Jun 13, 2009
pnity in New Orleans