14 Questions about New Orleans with Rudy Da Foodie
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Rudy da Foodie
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14 Questions About New Orleans with Rudy Da Foodie

Today we’re back with another Q&A episode.

In this edition, I am joined by Rudy Rayfield, AKA Rudy Da Foodie. We answer listener questions about local musicians, things tourists overlook, how to plan for French Quarter Fest and more!

Follow Rudy Da Foodie Online

Be sure to follow Rudy’s New Orleans food explorations on Instagram (@rudydafoodie) and Twitter (@iamrudydafoodie).

You can find Rudy’s festival checklist and more on Facebook.

Previous Episodes Mentioned

Whew, we mentioned a bunch of previous episodes in this one! Here’s the links:

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Thank You

Thanks to Rudy Rayfield (aka Rudy Da Foodie) for joining me on today’s episode.

A big thanks to Pythian Market for providing a space to record. Keep them in mind when you are looking for a lunch spot in the Central Business District, or for something to eat after happy hour.

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Thanks for listening!

Mark


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