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re: Have You Heard About Pecan Oil?
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 9:29 pm
[quote]Where did you find it for that cheap? I've always found it to be expensive [/quote]Amazon...

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Have You Heard About Pecan Oil?
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 9:02 pm
Less saturated fat than olive oil and a higher smoke point than peanut oil (470). Only $15 for a half liter. [link=(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecan_oil)]Wikipedia[/link]...

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re: Gumbo (again) questions
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:58 pm
First time, I'd definitely use oil - less chance of burning because butter's smoke point is lower....

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re: New Orleans 5 best dishes
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:57 pm
Commander's Palace Turtle Soup Bon Ton Cafe's Bread Pudding Antoine's Pommes Souffle Cafe du Monde Beignets Mister B's Gumbo Ya Ya...

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re: Gumbo (again) questions
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:31 pm
[quote]I learned about this way before I learned about TD.[/quote] OMG! I had no idea....

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re: Gumbo (again) questions
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:22 pm
[quote]I have pics of the peanut butter roux if you want it. It's great, just cooked one three nights ago. [/quote]Just understand there's no peanut butter in it - that was a joke. (At least I hope it was.) A "peanut butter roux" refers to the color, not the ingredients. If you're making a fi...

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re: Ronco Rotisserie
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:14 pm
I've had good results from chicken, too. I recently bought some large roasters/stewing hens that I have frozen, so maybe I'll try those after the new year....

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re: Lunch at Village Inn in River Ridge Today (Pics)
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:06 pm
The waitress told me they have a "personal fisherman" that supplies them their seafood. I guess that's why the quality is so consistent. (see Drago's, etc.)...

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re: Lunch at Village Inn in River Ridge Today (Pics)
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:02 pm
[quote]Forearms made them look small baw.[/quote]Not gonna complain because that's my SIL. :lol: Notice the skinny arms eating that muffaletta, though. That's my niece. She's the picky eater and she's a professional dancer in NYC....

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re: Ronco Rotisserie
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 6:59 pm
I have one. I've only used it for turkey, usually only once or twice a year. You have to get the turkey when they first start selling them, because the 10-12 pounders sell out early and that's the biggest mine will fit. That being said, it's my favorite way to cook a turkey. The dual spit rods...

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re: Lunch at Village Inn in River Ridge Today (Pics)
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 6:47 pm
I really love this place. A few months ago, I went for lunch on a Wednesday when I heard someone on the radio, probably TF, mention the raw oyster special for $5.95 a dozen. Now that's my kind of price. And they turned out to be terrific oysters. I had almost given up hope of having the kind...

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re: Lunch at Village Inn in River Ridge Today (Pics)
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 6:24 pm
[quote]How were the crawfish? [/quote]They were December crawfish, therefore, small. But they were hot, fresh out of the pot and seasoned very well. $4.19 a lb....

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re: Lunch at Village Inn in River Ridge Today (Pics)
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 5:55 pm
There were 9 of us. It was a family-style sharing lunch. 2 split the seafood muff, one being a semi-vegetarian, light eater. Her eyes almost popped out when they brought out that sandwich. As it turned out, half the muff went home in a doggie bag. 4 dozen raw oysters were passed around, 1 dozen gri...

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Lunch at Village Inn in River Ridge Today (Pics)
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 3:19 pm
Talk about good! Shrimp Poboy [img]https://db.tt/6zlnJduR[/img] Boiled Crawfish & Chargrilled Oysters [img]https://db.tt/h6Tz1TP9[/img] Seafood Muff [img]https://db.tt/B0TKmhNN[/img] Shrimp & Oyster Platter [img]https://db.tt/lxu1xW03[/img] Not pictured - Oysters on the ha...

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re: Culinary Photographers? Food and Drink Board Cookbook Cover...
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/27 at 7:46 am
Just about any good photo would be an improvement on the low res graphic that I used thats on there now. My nomination for the cover is some Natchitoches Style red beans, cuz that's the epitome of Louisiana cuisine. And as for a pdf, I tried 2 different methods to create a pdf, but neither p...

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re: Update w/ pic: Rotisserie bone-in Prime Rib
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/26 at 8:42 am
Looks awesome!...

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Swanson's Louisiana Cajun Broth - Anybody Try It?
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/23 at 3:52 pm
[quote]infused with the robust flavors of Cajun seasonings, green bell pepper, celery, onion and garlic,[/quote] [img]http://swanson.campbellskitchen.com/SBOurProducts/~/media/FDF230DA9EE742BA9FBA8AB1B3A66D37.ashx?20140710T1502109868[/img] It doesn't say if it's chicken beef or pork broth - ma...

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re: Deboned stuffed chicken in NOLA
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/22 at 8:35 am
Be forewarned - the cornbread that Emmett's uses is the sweet kind. It was good, but I was expecting it to be strictly savory....

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re: Deboned stuffed chicken in NOLA
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/21 at 5:55 pm
Emmett's on Jefferson Highway in Harahan near the Huey P. Wide Bridge has them with several stuffings. About $12 - $14....

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re: To Keep them together - MeridianDog's Photo Recipes
Posted by Stadium Rat on 12/20 at 9:57 pm
MD, if you could put these into a more enterable format (see my comments in the recipe book thread), I'd be happy to add them to the next TD recipe book. I'd prefer to use just one final picture instead of each step, which makes the file rather big. You could email them to me at stadrat (at) gma...

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