What's with the "native" and "near native" terminology? New Orleans is not a city on an American Indian reservation! Stop calling or referring to New Orleanians as any other moniker than "New Orleanians!" Obviously, too many "near" New Orleanians have invaded the culture in this great city and adapted the Christopher Columbus complex mindset. Certainly, all "near" New Orleanians should be required to take a test on how to pronounce New Or le a'nz (see, circa. Times Picayune "Bi-Centenniel" edition, 1976) before they are to be considered residents (and not "near natives" nor "natives!") Yeah, for New Orleanians; you are on your way back to prominence. Anyone caught saying either of those "n" terms should be arrested; and non proper pronunciation, should garner at least a reprimand!
The Munch Factory contributed to a great summer vacation in New Orleans as icing on a scrumptious cake. It shall always be a favorite when there from Cali. I agree with the review and would like to add, the bread pudding is sooo good it will cause one to clasp their hands, to keep from slapping someone! ...L K. Patterson
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