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London, United Kingdom
December 23, 2004
The last time I was in New Orleans, I bought pralines from several different places and asked some of my friends to do a taste test. Aunt Sally's pralines won hands down. Packed with pecans, smooth, and rich, they are the best. They come in original and chocolate, and both are wonderful.
Aunt Sally's also sells a wide range of New Orleans and Southern cookbooks, featuring cookbooks from some of the best restaurants in New Orleans. Many seasoning mixes and other cooking ingredients are available, along with such unique items as an alligator oven mitt.
There is also a nice range of CDs available, featuring local artists, and books on New Orleans, including Kerri McCaffety's beautiful books on the French Quarter, Garden District, and the bars of New Orleans.
I've never made it out of Aunt Sally's without a big bag full of goodies, and the website keeps me supplied with pralines when I can't get to New Orleans. Check it out for the wide range of New Orleans items available.
From journal Another Side of New Orleans
January 3, 2002
From journal New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl