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Antiquing Adventures in Little Rock

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintage

VintageMarket1A couple Saturdays ago, I got up early and decided to hit up a few of my favorite local spots for antiques, since I’m on the hunt for the perfect credenza. It wasn’t my day for the credenza, but that didn’t make the hunt any less fun! I was in luck, because the South Main Vintage Market was taking place over at Bernice Gardens, so I stopped there first. This monthly market has vendors from all over peddling vintage (20 years old) and antique (50 years old) items as well as recycled and upcycled items.

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintage

Next up, I couldn’t leave SoMa without heading across the street to my favorite Little Rock shop – Clement/Sweet Home, where the curiosities and stacked-to-the-ceiling vignettes make browsing as much fun as shopping. I love love love the gold  ship pictured below.

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintage

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintage

From there, I headed north to Roy Dudley Estate Sales, which is always a good spot to find high end antiques, silver serving pieces and imported items.

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintageBecause I’m particularly hoping to find a mid-century credenza, the day wouldn’t be complete without a stop by Galaxy Office Furniture. This place is piled high with tons of mid-century furniture, housewares and general oddities. There’s more to look at in this place than you’ll ever have time to sort through. They had a few mid-century dressers and even some credenzas, but none were the perfect piece for me.

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintage

Antique Hunting in Little Rock | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #vintage

So even though I came home empty handed, it didn’t even remotely feel like a wasted Saturday. Where are your favorite places to shop for antiques around Little Rock? I need as many recommendations as possible!

 

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Star-Spangled Strawberries Recipe

Star-Spangled Strawberries Recipe | Rosemary on the TV #holidays #recipe #4thofJuly #red #white #blue

If you’re scrambling for a last minute, quick and easy dessert or snack for your 4th of July holiday this weekend, be sure and check out my guest post today over at Treatsie! I’m showing readers how to make red, white and blue, cream-cheese stuffed Star-Spangled Strawberries!

Star-Spangled Strawberries Recipe | Rosemary on the TV #holidays #recipe #4thofJuly #red #white #blue

 

Just five quick ingredients using farm fresh fruit and you’ve got yourself a sweet, tart, cream cheesy treat! Get the recipe here.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmLast week, I got the opportunity to revisit P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm to participate in Farm2Home 2014, a full day event sponsored by Arkansas Grown and Arkansas Made, programs created by the Arkansas Agriculture Department, in partnership with P. Allen Smith to promote eating and buying local. I’m a big fan of eating ingredients purchased from local farmers’ markets, as well as shopping at locally owned boutiques and eating at locally owned restaurants, so this event was right in my wheelhouse!

Besides, who wouldn’t want to spend a day at Moss Mountain Farm?

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farm

We arrived to a delicious breakfast spread and a quick introduction from Allen before touring his gorgeous home and gardens. For more photos of the home, check out this post from my visit a couple weeks ago when I was invited to attend an event for #AR549.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmThe gardens were in full, summery bloom and as Allen led us down the garden paths, he pointed out the different plants and was happy to answer any of our gardening queries! I’ve always been so impressed with these gardens and the way the home has a 6,000 gallon cistern under the yard that collects rainwater to water the plants with.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmAfter the tour, Allen and Butch Calhoun, Secretary of Agriculture for the State of Arkansas, gave a brief talk about the importance of supporting local growers, and then we were given the opportunity to chat with a panel of farmers from around Arkansas including Beth Eggers from Wye Mountain Flowers and Berries, Mark Morgan of Peach Pickin’ Paradise, Chuck McCool of McCool Farms and Bob Barnhill of Barnhill Orchards. Hearing directly from these farmers was enlightening, and they really do rely so heavily on our support both at farmers markets and, as in Morgan’s case, visiting the orchards in person.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmAfter a quick tour of the vegetable gardens (where we ate blackberries right off the branch), we were treated to lunch by Chef Jerrmy Gawthrop from Greenhouse Grille in Fayetteville. Award-winning black bean burger with a Greek yogurt bun (yum)…triple berry baby kale salad (yummmm) and for dessert, Greek yogurt cheese cake with a raspberry peach sauce (YUMMMMMM). Before we could fall into a delicious food coma, it was time for the good stuff: a mini-farmers market, just for us!

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmFarmers and producers from all over the state (and participants in the Arkansas Grown and Arkansas Made programs) were set up under a huge tent, offering samples and telling us about their farms. Above, Bob Barnhill and Butch Calhoun talk seriously about heirloom tomatoes.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmWe sampled berries, cheese, muscadine wine (!), breads, cakes. And yes, I’m aware that we had just finished a huge meal. But we couldn’t….stop…sampling. There was plenty of time to talk to each farmer and learn about what they do and where and how.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmAnd Loblolly’s ice cream truck was there, too. More sampling, duh.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmMy friend Hannah and I chatted for a long time with Ethan and Ellyse, the brother-sister team from Heirloom Kitchens and Ethan’s Heirloom Gardens who create baked goods from passed-down recipes and grow heirloom plants as well.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmWe also met Josh Hardin of Laughing Stock Farms, Joseph Post of Post Familie Winery, Joey of EG’s Funky Yard Bird BBQ sauce, the sassy gals from Wicked Mix, plus many more – all of which you can read about here on the Arkansas Grown website.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farm

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmOur final tour of the day was to see Allen’s “Poultry Palace”, a large barn built to house the number of heritage chicken breeds raised at Moss Mountain Farm, including Silver Lace Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, White-Faced Black Spanish, and Silver Spangled Hamburgs.

Farm2Home 2014 at P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm | Rosemary on the TV #arkansas #eatlocal #farmAnd after all that, we were treated to one last party, with music by the always lovely Bonnie Montgomery, cocktails and treats before heading home. It was an awesome (albeit sweaty and a bit dusty) day and one that sent me home thinking about all that Arkansas has to offer. We’re lucky to have the type of weather and seasons that allow us to produce food most months of the year.

If you’re interested in learning more, be sure and check out the Arkansas Grown website, as well as P. Allen Smith’s website, for ways that you can support a local farmer. If you’re not sure where to start, I suggest checking out a farmers market and getting to know the farmers you’re buying from.

The Bernice Garden Farmers Market, Sundays from 10am-2pm, is my personal favorite and you’ll see me there almost every weekend. It’s also right down the street from some local favorites like Boulevard Bread, the Green Corner Store and Loblolly Creamery, The Root Cafe and Clement/Sweet Home.

Where do you shop for local goods?

Fresh Fruit Tarts with Coconut Cream Recipe

Fresh Fruit Tarts with Coconut Cream | Rosemary on the TV

This week, I revisited the farm of P. Allen Smith for Farm2Home 2014, an event that focused on eating and buying locally grown produce and Arkansas-made goods, something that I try to do as often as possible. So I thought it was sort of fitting that I’ve got a guest blog post up over at Treatsie today sharing the recipe for these fresh fruit tarts with coconut cream, made from whatever fruit is plentiful at your local farmer’s market right now! I used fresh berries and rhubarb for these but wouldn’t peach be amazing too?

Fresh Fruit Tarts with Coconut Cream | Rosemary on the TV

 

Fresh Fruit Tarts with Coconut Cream | Rosemary on the TV

Fresh Fruit Tarts with Coconut Cream | Rosemary on the TV

Pop on over to Treatsie for the full recipe, and be on the lookout for my blog post about Farm2Home 2014 next week!

Happy Weekend + Foxglove Love

The bad news: it’s raining cats and dogs right now. Dogs especially, since I’ve got not one but TWO fur babies who are afraid of thunder piled at my feet right now. My mom’s dog, Henry, appears to be as scared of thunder as Lula is. Whatevs, y’all! More cuddles for me!

Happy Weekend + Foxglove Love | Rosemary on the TV

But the good news is that all this crazy rain we’ve had lately is doing wonders for my flower bed! Our Jane magnolia is in full bloom AGAIN, even though Jane magnolias typically bloom in April. And I’m especially pleased with my foxglove! Up until a couple of weeks ago, all I had was a mound of greenery. Everything I read on foxglove said that they typically don’t bloom in their first year of planting. You get a lot of greenery and maybe a stalk, but don’t expect blooms.

UM, SO WRONG. Three of my four foxglove plants have stalks coming up but one of them is completely bloomed AND it has a second blooming stalk as well. It’s currently about three feet tall and getting taller every day! Gorgeous, huh? So glad I planted these this year!

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Hope you have a great weekend ahead! If you’re in the Little Rock area, my super cool friends Christie & Caleb of the super cool Roll & Tumble Press are having an EPIC moving sale in the morning! I’m sad they’re leaving us but not above fighting for their stuff (that bar cart…I can’t). It’ll also be their annual Misprints sale, so if you’ve had your eye on some Roll & Tumble prints, now’s the time to snatch some up at discounted prices! If you’d like to come shop, email me for details: rosemaryhallmarkcreative (at) gmail (dot) com.

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Tour with #AR529

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

Last week, my friend Hannah of Sundry Mumsy and I were invited to attend a bloggers luncheon at P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home at Moss Mountain Farm. The event was hosted by Allen and the folks at AR529, Arkansas’ direct-sold 529 college savings program. We began the day with a few words from Allen on the importance of education before touring the home and gardens, then enjoying an amazing lunch and hearing a panel discuss the importance of college savings for families.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

I’ve been to the Garden Home before, but I’m always so impressed with its beauty and charm. A few years ago, I wrote a cover story on Allen and learned the myriad ways that the Greek Revival style home is actually completely eco-friendly, as anyone who watched the process of building the house on his television show can attest.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

A 6,000-gallon tank under the front lawn collects rainwater from all over the gardens, which is then used to irrigate the sprawling lawn and beds. The metal roof uses a radiant heat system to heat the home’s hot water, floors and air. And the walls are filled with insulation made from Arkansas soybeans.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

The decor is, of course, jaw dropping. A lover of history, Allen has filled his home with antiques and any of the soft surfaces are reupholstered with organic fabric.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

The back porches are my favorite part though. The porch on the ground level, right off the kitchen/dining area, features comfortable furniture and a relaxed dining area for al fresco dinners, while the upstairs porch features twin beds and a copper bath tub.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

And of course, there are books everywhere, which is both the way to my heart and reinforcement that Allen is serious about education.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

Next up was a tour of the gardens, which are completely jaw dropping. As a champion of the farm-to-table movement and supporting small, local farmers, much of his gardens grow edible plants and are used in educational tours for everyone from gardeners who come to tour the property to groups of school children.

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

Our garden tour was cut short by rain, so we all headed to the barn to have lunch and learn about #AR529. Though I don’t have children of my own, I was really interested in hearing about this program – especially as someone who took out a lot (A LOT) of student loans and will work to pay them off for another 20-25 years. We also learned about #AR529’s Gift Plan, which is something I already knew about. My mom opened a gift plan account for my cousin’s baby when he was born, and with something as simple as a barcode that family members can print off the internet, we can all make contributions to Ethan’s college savings plan in lieu of gifts at Christmas and birthday parties (because seriously – how many two year olds need another toy, am I right???).

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

To learn more about AR529 and The Gift Plan, visit the websites below. Seriously – it’s never too early to start saving for college!

http://www.arkansas529.org

https://www.thegiftplan.com P. Allen Smith's Garden Home and #AR529 | Rosemary on the TV  #interiordesign #landscaping #gardens #chickens #mossmountainfarm

And for more info and photos, check out Hannah’s post over at Sundry Mumsy!

 

June Playlist

June Playlist | Rosemary on the TV

Oops. I managed to completely miss the May playlist. Not sure how it happened, but this one is extra catchy and a little bit summery to make up for it. What are you guys listening to right now? I always like to hear recommendations from you!

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Life Lately (May Instagram Update)

Life Lately (May Instagram Update) | Rosemary on the TV

 

Can’t believe it’s almost June! May whizzed by with adventures to Burns Park and Wildwood Park for the Arts, where Aaron and I will be getting married in the fall! I paid a visit to P. Allen Smith’s gorgeous Moss Mountain Farm with my friend Hannah of Sundry Mumsy. I’ll be sharing all the details of that next week!

Also this month, I’ve given the blog a much needed makeover with even more fun updates to come! While I’m in the process of freshening up around here, is there anything you would like to see more of? Less of? Any navigation requests? Leave a comment and let me know!

In the meantime, follow me on Instagram: @rohallma

Put it to Bed

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My goal this spring was to FINALLY finish the flower bed in front of the house. We built this bed summer before last and I’ve slowly been adding plants to it over the last two years. So this year, I was going to fill any leftover space, call it finished and move on to the backyard. Above is a photo of our house when we moved in.

Then we built a flower bed:

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Then my mums went crazy:

Mums the Word | Rosemary on the TV #fall #mums #curbappeal

But as you can see from the photo above, there were still big empty spaces on either side of the rose bushes, so last month, I planted a handful of hearty perennials and a few colorful annuals. And they are growing like crazy!

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

So what did I plant? Well, I added lavender and sage to my herb garden, which is growing out of control right now!

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DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

And I made a point of planting colorful perennials so that they will hopefully come back next year. I stuck with a purple/yellow/pink color combination (something about red flowers makes my house-with-a-yellow-front-door look like a McDonalds) and planted Blue Salvia, which have gotten really big and add such a nice color, shape and texture contrast to the other flowers.

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

I also planted foxglove, but they probably won’t bloom this year. Just a reminder when you’re landscaping: if you are planting multiple types of plants, put the tallest ones in the back of your flower bed – just like putting the tall people in the back row of a photograph – and the smallest ones up front. Foxglove will get very tall, taller than my other plants, so even though it’s in the back, it’ll still be visible from the street.

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

In addition to all these new plants, my mums are coming back again, so I alternated the daisies and some creeping phlox between the leafy green mum growth. Probably pretty soon, I’ll have to trim the mums back, so they aren’t quite as big as last year when, after the first big rain, the flowered branches weighed so much they snapped! And of course, our knock out roses are killing it, once again!

DIY Spring Landscaping | Rosemary on the TV #flowerbed #gardening #landscaping #DIY #herbs #herb #garden

And there you have it! I’m putting this flower bed…to bed (sorry, couldn’t resist). And now? On to the back yard!

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Everything We Ate, Drank, Did and Saw in NOLA

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV

Last week, Aaron and I spent a few days in New Orleans. He actually goes every year for a business conference and rarely ventures out of the hotel, so this year, with my new freelancing situation, I thought I would tag along and lure him out into the city a little bit. I’d only ever been to New Orleans once – in high school, my family and I spent one night there before departing on a cruise. But I absolutely loved it. The history, architecture and culture of New Orleans feels like you’re in a completely different country, or maybe a different time period.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV

So we took to Facebook and received more recommendations than we could ever fit into three days, but we tried!  We got in late Monday, after driving all day, and didn’t have time for a whole lot that night, but we did walk a few blocks down to Drago’s for chargrilled oysters and seafood gratin. Fair warning: if ambiance is your thing, Drago’s is probably not the restaurant for you. It’s in a Hilton, with a distinctly Luby’s-like cafeteria atmosphere, and the bartender didn’t have mint…or limes. But if you’re in it for the food, specifically the oysters, then this is a can’t miss.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #kingfish #cocktails

After dinner, we wondered into the French Quarter, thinking we’d have a drink at Napoleon House, but they were closed on Mondays. But we stumbled by a cute place called Kingfish and stopped in for drinks. Apparently, the bartender here is world famous, albeit a bit socially awkward and cranky. We witnessed a world class hissy fit while sipping our amazing cocktails. Come in for drinks and the entertainment’s for free! If you stop here for cocktails, our favorites were the French Pearl, the Queens Park Swizzle, the Cocktail a la Louisiane, and the Vieux Carre.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #stcharles

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #stcharles

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #stcharles The next day, Aaron was in meetings all day AND it was raining, so I wondered down Canal and caught the St. Charles Streetcar. This car goes all the way up St. Charles Avenue, through the Garden District where all the amazing houses are, past Loyola and Audobon Park. If you are even remotely interested in design, I highly recommend this. The street car pass cost me $3 and I spent the next three hours drooling over the grand old houses. If it hadn’t been raining, I would definitely have gotten off the car and walked up St. Charles some.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #Arnauds

That night, Aaron was suited up, so we went to Arnaud’s Richelieu Bar. Arnaud’s is in the French Quarter, right at the corner of Bourbon and Bienville. Since we already had dinner reservations, we skipped the restaurant and the crowded French 75 bar and had a quick drink in the teeny, tiny Richelieu Bar. Guys, this was like something out of a movie. It was quiet and dark, which was hugely refreshing coming off of Bourbon Street. Aaron had a French 75 and I had a drink called the Boo Radley, at the bartender’s recommendation. The only other people in the bar besides us were a little old man playing a mandolin-banjo and another little old man in a purple suit who wasn’t drinking or even sitting at the bar. He just grunted his approval every time the mandolin-banjo player finished a song. It was kind of amazing, and you could tell those two old men sit there day in and day out – one playing, the other enjoying the music.

Next up was dinner at Peche. Super fresh, delicious seafood. I had the Louisiana Shrimp Roll and Aaron had the Smothered Catfish, and we split a side of fried brussels sprouts that were THE BUSINESS. So good.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #Magazine

The weather was PERFECT the next day, so I had to get out and enjoy it while Aaron had meetings. I took our car and drove up Magazine Street, starting in the 2000 block and slowly working my way up. I’d walk up ten blocks, then cross the street and walk back to the car, stopping in any store that seemed interesting, which was a lot of them. Then I’d get in the car, drive up a ways and do it over again. So many amazing antique stores and cute clothing boutiques, and the street itself is so cute, you don’t even need to buy anything.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #magazine

I stopped at Sucre for macaroons, then popped into Magazine Antique Mall next door. I loved pavement, which had lots of neutrals and gorgeous lighting options.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #Magazine

Perch. was one of my favorites (top photos). It was filled with bright, eclectic housewares, like these mounted birds. Other notable shops I popped into include: Ann Koerner Antiques, Spruceah-ha and Petcetera.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV

By mid-afternoon, I’d made my way all the way up Magazine Street, which then takes you right through Audobon Park. I swooned over the spanish moss for a little bit before deciding I’d kill my remaining last few hours at Audobon Zoo. Best decision ever. Killing time at a zoo is never a bad idea, but the Audobon Zoo is really top notch. They had an entire section dedicated to Louisiana swamplands, that I particularly enjoyed.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #cafedumonde #beignets #jacksonsquare

And finally, we had to walk up to Jackson Square on our last morning in town and grab some coffee and beignets from Cafe du Monde (get them to go – that place is crazy packed 24/7 and beignets are still delicious in your hotel room. Trust) before heading home.

New Orleans Shopping & Food Guide | Rosemary on the TV #cafedumonde #beignets #jacksonsquare

There were still so many places we wanted to visit but time and weather didn’t allow. On my list for next year: cocktails at Cure, Bar Tonique and the Carousel Bar; The American Cocktail Museum (it was closed for moving); a swamp tour; music on Frenchman; dinner at Cochon; brunch at Elizabeth’s.

What’s your favorite thing to do/eat/drink/see in New Orleans?


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