Xxx ferdi 2014

I would have gone after Willie Mae’s, actually, since we drove by afterwards on our way out of NOLA and there was no line, but I couldn’t justify attempting to eat that much in one afternoon.

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Crawfish etouffee – the first place I’d ever had it – slipped out of reach, as did the Ferdi po’boy I so craved. Once we were inside the doors, there was another line, and I discovered that I could have my etouffee! It was a lot of food, but I trooped through it and I believe I ate every last scrap (and left some grits). I was over the moon happy that I’d not gotten discouraged by the line nor the fact that I couldn’t have the etouffee over rice, the way I think it’s “meant to be” served. There’s no scale in this picture, but the sandwich is easily as long as, if not longer than, my forearm – approximately 10″ I guess?

Breakfast also came with a fluffy biscuit, butter and house-made raspberry preserves, which I happily nommed down. (I’m a tall girl.) The Ferdi is a beautiful amalgamation of their famous ham, roast beef, gravy, ‘debris’, and a bunch of toppings.

The biscuit was fluffy to almost unbelievable quality, where I said aloud “If more biscuits tasted like this, I might actually consider myself a biscuit person.” (My one failing as one who claims to be a Southern girl at heart is my lack of love for biscuits.) The raspberry preserves made their way onto my biscuit; mixed with butter, ahhh, love. while I’d earlier lamented not being able to have a Ferdi since they were not serving lunch yet, I saw someone taking one to go so when I got to the front of the line, I breathlessly asked if I could also order a Ferdi to go, for the plane. I ate this much later – and found it much more mustardy than my memory tells me.

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Fun fact: the very first post on the Feisty Foodie was about Mother’s in New Orleans.

(This is half true; it’s definitely the oldest post, though I started blogging a few years after its date – when I switched to Blogger, I backdated the post to the appropriate date.

I first started foodblogging on Xanga, which, at the time, did not allow you to change the date of posts.

But my meal(s) at Mother’s had so moved me that I felt compelled to write about it years after I ate there, because I wanted to document it.) Also fun fact: after Hurricane Katrina, one of the first things I did while everyone assessed damage – I googled Mother’s to make sure it hadn’t been destroyed by the storm.

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