|City Park, New Orleans|
Angie: I would! A few years ago I read in Gourmet magazine about
|Under the Hill Saloon, Natchez|
Jim: Yeah, and I have to tell you this. When we're on the road, we often stop at a Cracker Barrel for breakfast, and I always gross Angie out by ordering the country breakfast special with eggs, grits, and biscuits and gravy.
Angie: I can't stand biscuits and gravy!
Jim: When I saw biscuits and gravy on the menu at the Bisbee Breakfast Club I had to try them. They were out of this world. The biscuits were big, light, and fluffy, and the gravy was flavored with some herbs—I think rosemary and thyme and I'm not sure what else. Delicious!
Angie: They were. I tasted them, and I have to agree with Jim that they are wonderful. So I can't wait to go back to the Bisbee Breakfast Club, and though I won't order biscuits (there are too many other great things on the menu, and they don't fit into my low carb, high alcohol diet), I'm sure Jim will share some of his with me.
|Somewhere in Mississippi|
Jim: So on this trip to New Orleans and then to the Southwest, we are looking for some more great eating along the way. I told Angie that instead of calling it a photography trip, we should call it a food trip with some photography thrown in. And we've decided to make this blog mainly about the food, so if you're interested in combining traveling with good eating, stay tuned.
|At the French Quarter Fest in New Orleans|