Travel Blogs from Avery Island, United States

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Swamps and Gators with a splash of hot sauce!, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Swamps and Gators with a splash of hot sauce!

A travel blog entry by linleybarrett

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... the tour. Lynn said he had a true Cajun accent. Umm, I understood him probably the most!   We then moved onto Avery Island and seen quite a few more gators and various bird life.  The majority of our day I think we spent wandering around ...

Avery Island the home of Tabasco, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Avery Island the home of Tabasco

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge

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... Louisianna mansion in New Iberia (the town George Rodrigues is from!). Well, Jessica says, so Ollie and Kenn do... Avery Island was wonderful, beautiful, interesting and hot in more ways than one. The factory tour was interesting and the sampling to be ...

Our HOTTEST day ever at Tabasco!, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Our HOTTEST day ever at Tabasco!

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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April 9 - by Emma Today I woke up, and my Dad drove us to the Tabasco factory in Avery Island. On the way we had to pass through a town called Emma, Louisiana. It's funny because I love tabasco, and Emma is the closest town to the Tabasco factory. ...

Avery Island, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Avery Island

A travel blog entry by stephisa

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Aujourd'hui, nous avons visité Avery Island. À l'époque de la Louisiane française on l'appelait l'île Petite Anse. Mais elle prit le nom de la famille qui l'habitait au début du 19e siècle. Il y avait alors une plantation de canne à sucre. Cette ...

If every picture is worth a thousand words..., Avery Island, United States travel blog

If every picture is worth a thousand words...

A travel blog entry by pkumar01

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... then here is a 18010 word writeup about Avery Island ...

That sauce is hot, Avery Island, United States travel blog

That sauce is hot

A travel blog entry by landasouth

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... were not going to hack to Austin in one day we would take a meandering route through the Louisiana countryside, and stop by Avery Island, home to the McIlhenny family and the origin of Tobasco sauce. Hot. We checked out the Tobasco country store, trying ...

Tabasco Island, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Tabasco Island

A travel blog entry by topanga

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The Little Red Stick - Tabasco to Texas, Avery Island, United States travel blog

The Little Red Stick - Tabasco to Texas

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... all Tabasco is bottled here. These days most of the peppers are grown in South America but they still grow some token amount on Avery Island.  The tour consisted of a girl reciting a few minutes of facts in a monotone voice pointing at displays that ...

Home of Tabasco!, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Home of Tabasco!

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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... food some spice and flavor — some excitement. Selecting and crushing the reddest peppers from his plants, he mixed them with Avery Island salt and aged this “mash” for 30 days in crockery jars and barrels. McIlhenny then blended the ...

Avery Island, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Avery Island

A travel blog entry by barefeet

... 2 hours. I would pretend like it didn't happen, but I also had the best bowl of gumbo in my life in Houma. At Avery Island, we saw the Tabasco factory, and adventured through the Jungle Gardens (possibly one of the strangest places ever), where we saw ...

Of ticks, alligators and snakes, oh my!, Avery Island, United States travel blog

Of ticks, alligators and snakes, oh my!

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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... country. In North Carolina and Tennessee, we were worried about (and had) ticks on us. Constantly checking for ticks. At Avery Island, Louisiana, we saw real live alligators. yes, alligators! When walking on short trails, we were constantly checking now ...

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