The 21st-Century Snoball 

Ian McNulty on a New Orleans old favorite that's getting some new twists. Sour pickle sno-ball, anyone?

For Metairie native Lori Mascaro, summer evenings growing up during the early 1970s meant walking to a nearby sno-ball stand, often barefoot and usually with a gaggle of siblings and young neighbors. Some always ordered the same flavor, she recalls, while…

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