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Comic: Green Goddess
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This is about a restaurant we went to in New Orleans, The Green Goddess! chefcdb is their chef!

You can visit them here: The Green Goddess

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.


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OMG that sounds so delicious. SO delicious. And cute. And delicious.

THAT IS WHY WE WENT THERE TWICE.

I miss that french toast very much. I may have to go see it again soon.

YOU CAN SEE THAT FRENCH TOAST ANYTIME YOU WANT.

Not any time. They're only open for dinner four nights a week.

I hope you emailed them this!

I posted it to them on Facebook!

Norwegian French Toast: GET IN MY MOUTH NOW.

NO IT WANTS TO BE IN MY MOUTH.

WE CAN SHARE. ... YEAH, WHATEVER. FOR THE LOVE OF FRENCH TOAST.

Also, lol, already decided I was going there a few weeks ago, apparently! Added this to one of my Wave convos about planning a Puff trip to NOLA after seeing this post, which includes ~the french toast~.

http://community.livejournal.com/picturing_food/5081344.html

"You are not authorized to view this protected entry." sadface sadface.

1) You should join that comm because it showcases amazing foods.

2) I shall share their pictures and some of their words/descriptions.



Shrimp and Grits.




French toast stuffed with figs and goat cheese.




Pomegranate Champagne Mimosa and a yellow tomato Bloody Mary.




Sweet potato biscuit swimming in melted chocolate.




The Sultan's Nest: Pistachio gelato with a 'nest' of crispy shredded phyllo drizzled with honey.

Wow,that's a lot of dessert!

We got the french toast, and Jess had the mimosa, but that is it!

Those are the pictures I took when we ate there (twice. *ahem*). I can't draw, so I take pictures (they can bee seen on my Flick'r account)

I love this comic; I'm printing it and hanging it on the fridge!

Also...here is one of the Oysters Delacroix:

Oysters Delacroix (Detail)

One of the French Guillotine:

French Guillotine

and the Crabmeat Mango Salad:

Crabmeat Mango Salad



We also left a little statue of Bastet for the goddess niche. The food was just fabulous and the drinks were lovely (I espcially liked my French Guillotine).

Edited at 2009-11-25 07:37 pm (UTC)

Oooh! I loved the Oysters Delacroix and the French Guillotine, too!

I loved the Oysters Delacroix, but if asked to choose a favorite, I don't know if I could pin anything down :)

I NEED TO SAMPLE MORE BEFORE MAKING UP MY MIND.

You've been tweeted and Facebooked by the Green Goddess!

(Anonymous)
http://twitter.com/greengoddessFQ

http://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Orleans-LA/The-Green-Goddess/124593470661?v=wall

Cheers!

Jedd

Chef Chris is my husband and we love your comic! Thanks!

You're very welcome! I love his food! I can't wait to come to New Orleans again!

We went to Green Goddess, too!

(Anonymous)
Oh, my Gawdess, it was wonderful! I split everything with my friend, so we each got to taste twice as much -- I definitely recommend this plan. I wish I had taken a camera, because it was beautiful & was the best food I ever had. Had raviolis that were so fabulous that I wished I didn't have to swallow them. And a sausage dish that I think was even better than my friend's wonderful duck pasta. I went to famous Gallatoire's on the same trip and this place wins, hands down in the best food show-down!
Betsy McKenzie

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