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Ian McNulty
I cover New Orleans dining & food culture for The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate, . I talk about it on and .
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THNOC 1h
trucks will once again unload their sweet treat on New Orleans streets! The local fixture famous for its hand pies closed after a fire destroyed their Marigny factory in 2012. If you look closely at this 1942 photo you can see a Hubig's delivery truck on Canal St.
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Ian McNulty 6h
Replying to @bpwarsh
That's right, long way to go. But the first blip of good news in years for Hubig's lovers
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Ian McNulty 6h
Hold on to you hand pies New Orleans, there's finally some good news from Hubig's Pies. There's a long way to go though. Here's where things stand now:
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Ian McNulty 9h
New plan for La Provence: hotel, event venue and, once again, brunch destination
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THNOC Jul 17
Happy ! This ca. 1950 image was taken at the Frey Meat Factory in the Bywater & literally shows the sausage being made. The company was run by the same family that now owns Frey Smoked Meat Co.
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Ian McNulty Jul 17
An old school food court (as distinct from a food hall) has been slowly reinvigorating itself with a new mix of local vendors. A Thursday event makes the revamp official (after a weather delay from last week)
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Ian McNulty Jul 17
Barrel house on Avery Island, where Tabasco sauce ages in whiskey barrels, lids sealed with salt. I visited with founders of Marsh House Rum, a new New Orleans brand inspired by this very spot. Link has the full story
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Ian McNulty Jul 16
Replying to @adrienneunderwd
Grams gone wild
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Ian McNulty Jul 16
Some great gumbo headed to the golf course, via a great, next-generation Creole restaurant
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NOLA.com Jul 16
Here are four things that sprinkle a little distinct New Orleans flavor on the new Shake Shack in Metairie 🍔🍟🐕
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Ian McNulty Jul 16
Replying to @waynecurtis
When every seat feels like the middle seat
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Ian McNulty Jul 16
How a few drops of whiskey, a mountain of oak barrels and a long family history brought a new rum to the New Orleans table
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Ian McNulty Jul 16
When you can’t make the big show, count yourself lucky we have to take you there
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Ian McNulty Jul 15
Between ideas of hospitality and conviviality, revival and creative innovation, New Orleans is a natural hub for modern cocktail culture. Having here helps frame it for the world
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Ian McNulty Jul 15
Tales of the Cocktail is aimed at pros, but us recreational tipplers can dip in too. Meet the distillers, tour the tasting rooms, a riverfront party with Hogs for the Cause teams, more here
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Ian McNulty Jul 15
Last call coming up for Thai-style ribs at the Zea in Slidell; elsewhere though, the 20+ year old concept is growing
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Ian McNulty Jul 15
OK where were we? Oh yeah....now Bellegarde will open its new shop this Saturday. Tours in the afternoon for grand opening, classes to come
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Ian McNulty Jul 15
From its start in the back of a food store, Beaucoup Eats has been serving a different take on quick New Orleans comfort food. Check out its new digs:
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Ian McNulty Jul 14
Multi-tasking, New Orleans style. Tumbling with the Pair of Dice Tumblers for in the .
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Ian McNulty Jul 14
Weather cancelled lots of celebrations in New Orleans...but not this one. Tumblin’ with the Pair of Dice Tumblers in French Quarter.
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