We're going to walk into a grocery store, say in Arkansas, and ask you where the "White Bread" or the "Guidry's" is. You'll justifiably have no clue what we're saying. To help you out, here's your "Translation Guide To Cajun Grocery Shopping" so you can understand what the heck we're asking for.
In Louisiana, we love our po-boy sandwiches. You can call it a po-boy or a poor boy. You can even spell it po' boy if you like. It doesn't matter, because a po-boy by any other name or spelling is still just as delicious. I've never given any thought as to why it's called a "po-boy" until today, so I did a little digging to see what I could find out.
There are 33.1 million people in the U.S with Irish heritage. Some areas of the country have a higher concentration of folks with Irish roots, and that's where you're going to find some of the biggest celebrations on St. Patrick's Day. But, what cities can be the considered the best places to get your Irish eyes a smilin?
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