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October 05, 2009

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Chris

Bringing back such memories of a trip I made to Lafayette and Breaux Bridge with a 15 yr old Tom so 13 years ago. We rented a boat at Wiltz Landing in Henderson and went out on the swamp ourselves rather than on a guided boat tour. We ate a great lunch at Soops in Maurice which is next door to Hebert's Specialty Meats where they provide turducken for the holidays - a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey!
A real highlight but she is probably no longer there was Louviere's at 1402 Jefferson St Lafayette with Luanna serving lunch in her home.
Kellar's bakery which was near Borden's ice cream had little cakes topped with hard white icing that took me right back to England. Hope you are not reading this at home!
I remember Tom having the same white moustahce after eating Pain Perdue coated in sugar at Cafe des Amis in Breaux bridge.

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