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Where To Find Poirier's Pure Cane Syrup in New Orleans

Plus, Cake Cafe talks king cake crunchtime.

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LOUISIANA—Ian McNulty reports that Poirier's Pure Cane Syrup, the highly-coveted small batch syrup out of Youngsville, can be found locally on menus at Willa Jean, Angeline, La Petite Grocery and more. [Advocate]

NOLA— Here are some tips for hosting a king cake exchange party. [NOLA.com]

MARIGNY— Cake Cafe's Steve Himelfarb talks king cake crunchtime this week: "I'll go in at [1 a.m.] and usually won't leave until about 3 or 4 p.m. For me, it's a mental preparation." The cafe turns out between 100-150 king cakes a day during Carnival. [Gambit]

QUARTER— The United Way of Southeast Louisiana presents its 16th Annual Got Gumbo? cook-off at the Royal Sonesta (300 Bourbon St.) on February 26 from 5 to 8 p.m. New Orleans restaurants will serve up gumbo and desserts. $25/person or $30 at door. Tix/info here. [Eaterwire]

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