Monday, April 23, 2012

Tuesday Travels: Lament for Scrumptious Turtles

My husband, Dan, and I will soon be embarking on our seasonal move from New Orleans to northern Michigan, and while we're both eager to dwell again amid the tall trees, clean air, and peaceful waters of our home near Big Bear Lake, there are many aspects of the Big Easy we'll be missing during the summer – namely, the music, the architecture, and, of course, the food. In particular, I'll surely find myself longing for raw oysters, boiled crabs and crawfish, shrimp po-boys, muffulettas, fried green tomatoes, oyster artichoke soup, and, yes, turtles – not the animated kind, mind you, but the dessert cookies that consist of shortbread, dark chocolate, and pecans, and can be found in most local grocery stores.

Just consider the photo below – wouldn't you miss them, too?

4 comments:

J.J. Bennett said...

Author Friends:

In December, the City of Mesquite, NV is hosting a "Weekend of Writers" including booths, workshops, and many other events for the city. Authors can come and sell books, do signings, and many other activities. For more information send me your address and the city will mail you out the information on FB or my email at mattjenbennett@yahoo.com.

Thanks.

Jen

Laura Martone said...

Sounds like fun, Jen. Thanks for the heads-up!

jbchicoine said...

Stop talking all fancy and using words like Oysters! Mmmmm....

...can't wait till you head north...
:)

Laura Martone said...

Forgive me, Bridget. I'd eat oysters every day, if I could!

And I can't wait to head north either. Hope to see you at some point. :-)