Margaret Gardens Inn
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... on all inner surfaces (or use a baking dish about 3 to 4 inches deep). Pour the mixture into it and stir to distribute the ingredients evenly. Bake uncovered in a preheated 350-degree oven for 1 hour and 10 minutes or until knife inserted in the center comes out clean and the tip begins to brown and form a rough crust. Allow to cool to room temperature. Serve warm or chilled with Whiskey Sauce. Yields 8 or more servings.
... see roller bladders anywhere but there were signs to look out for them which we found hysterical). We were having a very relaxing stroll until the tides turned shortly after we crossed a bridge that lead us to a golf course (you might be thinking what could possibly go wrong crossing through a golf course in the middle of the afternoon- our thought precisely). But shortly after we crossed the bridge we came upon this giant moss covered tree that almost looked like ...
... for more solid food and so stuck to drinks while enjoying the band BokuBroux.
BukuBroux-After 8 months of studying music with the Griots in West Africa, Jonah Tobias has returned to New Orleans with a brand new Kora- Thirty One strings, two bridges, components from five countries spanning 3 continents- this first of it's kind Chromatic Bass Kora is a truly international fusion! But the expansion of the Buku's sound is about more than just an upgraded ...
... such as myself often end up on Bourbon Street on their first couple of nights before discovering the much more authentic Frenchman Street towards the north-eastern part of town. The problem with Bourbon Street is that it's basically a huge tourist attraction: bars are expensive and music is quite average. The 20min walk to Frenchman Street is definitely worth the time! Check out the Spotted Cat Music Club for some chilled ...
... It is a majestic structure that takes up an entire block and has the overhanging balconies that you often see in the French Quarter. We found the Musicland Park just outside our hotel room and then did a walk down Bourbon Street. There was an interesting incident that happened just outside our hotel. As I was walking out a young lady dressed in a very short skirt started waving at me from the Cabaret ...