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Cajunate
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Grilled Hanger Steak









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Kantz
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Over Yander
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Kantz
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I think asparagus could be good inside also, but might need to be cooked a little first.


Uhg..guess I'll have to make the sacrifice and cook em both ways, eat them both and report back. Don't feel bad for me though..I'm the new guy around here and guess I need to pay my dues



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SpeckHunter
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Denham Springs
Member since Sep 2012
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I think i gained 10 pounds by just looking at this thread!





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Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
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Wings! Hot out of the fryer.








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tirebiter
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ATL
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Working on some rub:


Weak form rub for the masses, the Devil's Tongue and Jolokia are added to a different mix which the wife won't touch:


Not the wife but you get the drift, don't mess with Mama before coffee:


DF eggplant with cilantro, green onions and shite load of peppers, the wife orders this:


Lamb, with hot and numbing, green beans, 'shrooms, etc. Tasty China is known for the heat:


Hot wangs with screaming wing sauce made from the smoked peppers, cook these indirect on Primo @ 415 for 60-75 minutes depending on size:


Swirl rita with Sangria from Tomasito's, excellent with spicy food:


Store front sign in Chimayo which does not apply to me but made me laugh regardless, excellent source of heirloom Chimayo chile:


whole wheat pizza cooked on the Primo, had to transfer it from stone to sheet as it was too damn large. Crappy pic, good pizza.


Goodness from Costco, had to fight the dogs off for eating rights, they got a third after the brawl:


I don't remember when these were being prepped:


Back in the glory days prior to the covered deck with fireplace being built, actually had to cook in the rain at times:


Excellent Octoberfest from DankTank series:


Rita at the house made with Republic Blanco organic tequila, lime & lemon, touch of Cointreau:


The ribs reappear:














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MeridianDog
Mississippi St. Fan
Home on the range
Member since Nov 2010
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Alabama beer joint food

Tacky Jack's Oyster Poboys



Somewhere else Crawfish Etoufee?



Same Somewhere else Crab Casserole?







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Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
612 posts

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About ready to put the lid on the 30 gallon pot of jambalaya.








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Kantz
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Over Yander
Member since Feb 2013
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Custom chocolate bars at Hershey Park in Penn.








not the greatest pics, but a cool thing to do






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Kantz
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Over Yander
Member since Feb 2013
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Chelsea Market
















Really, really cool place. If you're in NYC make it a point to visit






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jimithing11
Texas Fan
Dillon, Texas
Member since Mar 2011
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Chelsea is baller as frick

I'm originally from NY and took my GF there because she loves food and she was in heaven.

That seafood place was awesome. Have you ever had the sandwiches there? I think they had lobster rolls, etc. not sure.

And they have a cool little place with some local craft beers that we hit up for happy hour






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Kantz
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Over Yander
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Psh, I wish that I had more time there. We were on a quick visit to see my parents who live in NJ and the SO had never been there so it was a whirlwind tour of the city. Thanks for the tips though. Next time I'm there we'll definitely take our time and do some more tasting.





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Politiceaux
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Chuck Vegas
Member since Feb 2009
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I'm originally from NY

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Jackson, Miss.
Ouch.






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Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
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Homemade thin cut onion rings








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Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
612 posts

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Candied Yams! Mmmmmm.........







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Darla Hood
LA-Lafayette Fan
Near that place by that other place
Member since Aug 2012
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Damn, that looks good.

All of your food pics are fabulous, Cajunate.






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Powerman
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Corpus Christi, TX
Member since Jan 2004
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Some Japanese Panko Crusted Salmon before I put it in the oven



Out of the oven





Not my best work as far as looks but it tasted damn good






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Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
612 posts

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Just a Bacon Cheeseburger on french bread








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Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
612 posts

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36 inches of delicious Roast Beef Poboy/Loaf from Koz's








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bdevill
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
8629 posts

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Dickinson's

At Chelsea Market there's a butcher shop that sells free range, organic and Heritage pork, and free range, organic chicken and beef . The shop is Dickinson's Farmstand. I found incredible hamhocks and smoked sausage at Union Square Farmer's Market, chicken and Boston Butt from Dickinsons and made a killer jambalaya with Creole white beans.
New York has an oustanding variety and selection of products if you know where to look.. and Chelsea Market is definitely a food lover's Meca.








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