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Dale Doubak
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Natchitoches meat pies

Went to the festival this weekend and picked up a dozen pies. Whats a good dipping sauce for these. And also whats the best way to cook them. TIA


pochejp
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
I never eat with sauce. Dilutes the meat seasoning taste to me. I fry mine.


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TIGRLEE
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Canes sauce FTW


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Tommy Patel
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Heinz Ketchup, French's Mustard, or nothing. Fried is better than baked but I will eat em either way.
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Dale Doubak
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Deep fried like fish


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4everfightintiger
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Deep fry those bad boys, if you must, dip in heinz ketchup mixed with hot sauce.


lsumeyers
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Hot sauce or nothing.


charlied
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
did u get them at Laysones or from Russell Sission and his trailer on the riverfront?


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Gris Gris
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
I fry the ones from Lasyone's but there are some made to be baked. Depends on what you bought. I've never used a sauce on either. In my experience, they don't need one


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Zach
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
I bake them and then add hot sauce. Srirachi.


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Rohan2Reed
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Typical American has to ruin everything with a fricking dipping sauce.

Eat them plain or at the most add a dash of hot sauce.


Tommy Patel
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
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Typical American has to ruin everything with a fricking dipping sauce.


the French put Mayonaise on french fries, Scandinavians make pudding out of sheeps blood, Phillipinos eat fertilized chicken eggs, morroccans eat with their right hand on a communal plate, Americans put Ketchup on meat pies

how typical is it sounding now?


Dale Doubak
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
I got them at a gas station on La119. I ate Laysones at the festival and they were great. Also I was just asking about the sauce not mandatory.


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Rohan2Reed
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
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the French put Mayonaise on french fries, Scandinavians make pudding out of sheeps blood, Phillipinos eat fertilized chicken eggs, morroccans eat with their right hand on a communal plate, Americans put Ketchup on meat pies

how typical is it sounding now?


didn't say there weren't exceptions. of course other cultures have sauces as well. but only in America is it so ubiquitous. and the reason why is because our palates are so used to the bull shite stuff that chain restaurants and fast food joints try to pass off as "real food" that we constantly need some kind of condiment to cover up the sewage.


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GynoSandberg
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
Pepto Bismal is a great dipping sauce with these, with a side of zantac or tums


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charlied
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re: Natchitoches meat pies
enjoy them!!If you want more, Russell lives in cypress,listed in natchitoches 411 and makes pies and tamales.Most of the others are made in Coushatta and are frozen but they not bad.I fry as well as bake fyi



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