The Red The crimson-stained waters of the Red River, a major tributary of the Mississippi, flow down out of the Great Plains and cut a 250-mile-wide swath across Northwest and Central Louisiana. Near Simmesport, the Atchafalaya River breaks off from the Red and flows about 142 miles to the Gulf of Mexico near Morgan City.
The very essence of the sandwich is heaven, and once you try one, the hoagies, subs, phillies and other sandwiches of the world will simply never compare.
She also literally wrote the book on New Orleans institution Tujague’s, chronicling the restaurant’s favorite Creole recipes alongside its famous lore (like the resident ghost inside).
If you want a good New Orleans story with a perfect bowl of gumbo, pull up a chair at Dooky Chase’s Restaurant.
In Louisiana, nobody needs to travel very far in any direction to hit water loaded with fish.
In fact, water occasionally comes to the people – whether they want it to or not!
In just about any fresh system in the state, anglers might catch largemouth bass, two species of crappie, several sunfish species, three types of catfish and many other critters.