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fandyke
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What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?

What's everybody cooking for game and some recipes


rutiger
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
smoking some wangs.


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Walt OReilly
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
chicken and sausage sauce piquant

charbroiled oysters

jager bombs


LetTheValleyShake
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
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chicken and sausage sauce piquant


Make that alligator and you've got a winner.


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Coater
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
I'm leaning toward pizza on the grill. Going to try gruyere cheese, fennel, and prosciutto


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BRgetthenet
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Where ya getting the oyster?


Walt OReilly
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Tonys hopefully but i saw that you said they didnt have any

if i cant get them from there then ill go from there


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TigerHam85
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Think I'm doing ribs and a side. Probably some homemade mac and cheese.


armytiger16
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
I'm grilling with a Florida fan and one of the items was gonna be grilled zucchini. I'm thinking of cutting the zucchini to build a gator out of it. I've seen it done but it might be too much trouble/stupid.


cbtullis
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Chargrilling oysters, frying some gator and got 8 dozen select love crabs being delivered Saturday morning


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LSUintheNW
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Thinking baby back ribs or hot wings, grilled shrimp, and watermelon.



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alajones
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Nachos.

Leftover Chili
Velveeta
Crockpot
Chips


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Rohan2Reed
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
gonna fire up the grill. decided I'm gonna do:

curry bbq chicken legs and thighs
boudin
smoked sausage
bacon and cheese stuffed jalapenos


notslim99
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Lump crab and cream cheese stuffed mushrooms. Then firing up the grill with four gorgeous New York strips. Some cheddar cheese and bacon stuffed jalepenos on the grill as well, along with some corn on the cob.


Rohan2Reed
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
why cheddar cheese? just curious. I'm doing the same thing but was gonna use cream cheese.


Walt OReilly
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
i always use cream cheese too


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rutiger
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
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bacon and cheese stuffed jalapenos


i like to use goat cheese mixed with garlic and fresh herbs.


notslim99
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
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why cheddar cheese? just curious. I'm doing the same thing but was gonna use cream cheese.


I like cream cheese too, but I'm using cheddar for two reasons:

1. I already have cream cheese in the baked mushrooms.

2. I like the way cheddar tastes when it has some smoke from a grill. That and the smokiness from the bacon makes it a nice flavor.


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lilwineman
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re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Grilled gator, Gator baby back ribs, Beef tenderloin kabobs with cream cheese jalapenos and bacon, BBQ chicken, smothered green beans, grilled asparagus, baked macaroni, and maybe some skin on mashed potatoes


damonster
Member since Sep 2010
663 posts

re: What ya cooking for lsu/fla game?
Good old fashioned fish fry


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