Heavenly Hide

     On one of our frequent foray’s into the urban culinary jungle of New Orleans, we landed at a Steak joint.
     Not my favorite thing.
     Steak that is. 
     Beef really.
     I have nothing against hearty Bovinea and the rich flesh they provide us. We all need protien. It’s just that beef tends to be a bit heavy for me (except when I was pregger’s with baby #2 and I couldn’t get enough- the bloodier the better. WTF?)
     However, the husband LOVES beef, and, along with Peter, wanted Bonnie and I to join them for a Man’s Meal ’cause the men love the meat.
     And so we sat.
     And ordered- beef.
     And it was served.
     And conversation was started but not participated in- by me.
     Because I was busy.
     As I enjoyed the best damned side of hide I have ever had and this must be what God serves in Heaven because they serve the best food in heaven and all the angels order the filets except for Gabrielle, who insists on a T-bone, but that’s his problem and even Baby Jesus likes his with a baked potato and I know I’m going up when I go but in the meantime I’ll just keep chewing and make reservations for next week.
     How good?
     That good.
     And I’m earning my wings…

by letting you in on this.
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Crescent City Steak House
1001 North Broad St.
New Orleans

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Fillet Mignon (medium), side of potato au gratin, and braised Brussels sprouts.
Glass of red and a Pimm’s Cup chaser.
Perfection.

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This establishment has been in the same location since 1934,
when John Vojkovich first opened.
It is now owned and operated by the fourth generation of
prime beef connoisseurs.

  

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  • Krisztina Williams - Oh boy, that steak looks sooooo good. I rarely eat beef because I can’t digest it very well anymore, but I do love the taste. Every now and then I get an insane craving for it! I would have a lot of fun eating my way through the south!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - Wow! You’re quick!!! LOL. This was THE BEST beef I have ever tasted. If you’re ever in New Orleans…..ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne - MyHauntedAttic - That steak does look amazing.
    You’ve gone and made me hungry now!

    Those cravings you had with your 2nd child,
    were you sleeping all day, hiding from the
    sunlight, and up all night hunting more beef?

    Another great post : )ReplyCancel

  • Kristi Campbell - I’m not a huge fan of beef either but that does look amazing! And now I need to eat lunch. Again.ReplyCancel

  • M L Dyson - Adding this spot to my place of eateries when I visit New Orleans in July! It all looks so scrumptious!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - Don’t worry about finding good eateries- just throw a stone, as they say. I just know you’re going to have a great time! Enjoy!!ReplyCancel

  • adventuresinlowvision - I ate enough chewy steaks in my life to feel like a cow chewing curd instead of enjoying a nice cut of beef. But this one you talk about, this one sounds just right. Even to a person like me, who normally doesn’t go for the steaks, would go for this one. Maybe it’s time to fire up the grill…ReplyCancel

  • William Kendall - It looks scrumptious!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Nicholl - OMG it was sooo good I could barely breath! (See above reply) That good! And William- you are a luv for skimming around her and leaving your pearls of wisdom. Thanky.ReplyCancel

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