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this is a discussion within the Everything Else Community Forum; Do you see a headline like this and ever have a doubt? Originally Posted by Dave Infante, Yahoo! Food 1. New Orleans Population: 1,189,866 (MSA) New Orleans is a city drenched in its cuisine, rooted in the culture of setting ...

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Old 12-17-2014, 07:59 AM   #1
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The 40 Biggest US Cities, Ranked by Foods

Do you see a headline like this and ever have a doubt?

Originally Posted by Dave Infante, Yahoo! Food

1. New Orleans

Population: 1,189,866 (MSA)

New Orleans is a city drenched in its cuisine, rooted in the culture of setting a pot of gumbo on the front porch and inviting over the masses or throwing a street-wide crawfish boil on a muggy spring day. Its seasons are centered, not around the calendar, but around food, which is arguably easy to do when your seasons have more 90+ degree days than below 70, but it’s even easier when January 6th kicks off Mardi Gras/king cake season, Christmas means epic Reveillon feasts, fall ensures a few alligator sausages in the Superdome, summer brings the first taste of sno-balls and the annual closing of Casamento’s, and spring starts with the first crawfish boil. Its food pride extends inexpressibly beyond those signature dishes that everyone knows: its crispy, golden-fried oyster po’boys, award-winning fried chicken platters, and piping-hot beignets. Oh, also their spicy, blackened redfish, rich gumbo, and even richer crawfish étouffée. And don’t forget those buttery pralines or the smoky jambalaya or the Monday night-staple of red beans & rice ... for the rest: https://www.yahoo.com/food/the-40-bi...293046346.html
... and for the record, Can'tlanta finished somewhere around 15/16, behind the lowly Detroit coney island dog, which is actually just a chili dog with onions & mustard, but more proof they 'suck', .
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Where's New Haven Ct. No#1 for APizza
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Old 12-22-2014, 05:55 AM   #3
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Where's New Haven Ct. No#1 for APizza
Well, given the season I performed due diligence & checked the list twice ... no 'New Haven' ... sorry bud, . I will say Chicago deep-dish isn't all it's cracked up to be ... kinda' like eating a doughy lasagna, IMO.
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