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New Orleans Mardi Gras Recipes
Mardi Gras is fun, and this quirky little cookbook is chockful of drink and food recipes that are local favorites. The cover highlights a Randazzo's Goodchildren Bakery King Cake, which is famous for its artfully braided and lavishly iced cakes. Compiled and photographed by Dana Holyfield, my copy is signed by Holyfield on the inside cover back page and published in 2002. Published by Honey Island Swamp Press, the book has photographs from various parts of Southeast Louisiana during the 2000, 2001 and 2002 Mardi Gras season. Sassy and irreverent and filled with tidbits of history, this gem of a booklet captures the pre-Katrina fever of Mardi Gras.
Mardi Gras Colors
From the back of a cookbook of favorite recipes by the Kings and Queens of the Krewe of Rex, the premiere old-line Mardi Gras Krewe in New Orleans, comes this vintage explanation of the colors of Mardi Gras. Green is for friendship, purple for royalty, and gold for purity.
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