Coastal Mississippi is marking 10 years since the BP Oil Spill wreaked havoc on the Gulf states, and feasting on the region’s Southern-flavour seafood is a fabulous way to celebrate how the affected regions have recovered. At the popular Biloxi Seafood Festival (12–13 September), musicians get crowds dancing as chefs serve up slices of a 200-foot (61m) long shrimp po’boy (sandwich) and compete to create the best gumbo.


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