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The Best Bites in the Big Easy

WHILE MANY VISITORS START IN THE FRENCH QUARTER—which is full of storied white-tablecloth establishments, jazz clubs, and po’ boys galore—the rest of the Crescent City is packed with Cajun, Creole, traditional Southern food, and more. If it’s been a while since you visited New Orleans, it’s time to come back and try some of the new kids on the block.

Finding the perfect home base in the Crescent City can make a good trip great. Located on St. Charles Avenue in the picturesque Lower () covers all the bases and then some. The historic 1927 property was renovated in 2016 and has amenities to spare. A few highlights from the 106-room hotel include a rooftop bar and lounge with stellar downtown views, nightly performances at the piano bar, and a charming breakfast nook.

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Cooking with Paula Deen4 min lettiCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Retro Recipe Redo
Makes 4 to 6 servings 6 slices thick-cut bacon, chopped1 pound baby Yukon gold potatoes, halved1 cup chopped sweet onion2 tablespoons tomato paste2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce2 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme1 teaspoon garlic powder1½ teaspoons ko
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Breakfast for Dinner
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Doughnut Delight
Makes about 18 2 quarts peanut oil5 to 5¼ cups all-purpose flour⅔ cup granulated sugar2 tablespoons baking powder1 teaspoon kosher salt½ cup unsalted butter, melted2 cups shredded peeled carrots (5 to 6 medium carrots)¾ cup whole milk2 large eggs, li