Mississippi Is Home To The Best Po’boys And Here Are The 10 Places To Find Them
The po’ boy may have originated in New Orleans, but it has a place in Mississippi history, too. And that’s because a Mississippian by the name of Vincent Rosetti is credited with creating the pressed po’ boy. But regardless of where the tasty creation came from, it’s now as much a part of the state’s cuisine as fried catfish and BBQ. Stuffed with everything from slow cooked pot roast to fresh Gulf seafood, there’s no denying that Mississippi is home to some of the best po’ boys and here are 10 places to find them.
So, have you dined at any of the places listed above? Know of another spot that serves great po’ boys? Tell us in the comments section.
Even though she was born in New York, Daniella has lived in the south pretty much her entire life. The self-proclaimed southerner graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2011. Since graduation, she has worked as a freelance writer for several websites and opened a clothing consignment shop in her town of Picayune, MS.
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