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Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food



Don't want to cook and would rather pick up something from a restuarant, grocery store, etc.

I am on the Northshore, so any recommendations would be appreciated.

GF cooked for Thanksgiving and I don't feel like cooking for Xmas. Looking at getting a fried turkey, honey baked ham and some sides.

TIA







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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


your mom (RIP) would be proud





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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


How many?





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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


quote:

your mom (RIP) would be proud


Probably not, but she liked my cooking, or at least told me she did.






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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


sorry, 7 of us. Two guys, 5 women.





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CITWTT
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


You can have 90% of the production done in a bit of time over the approaching days, or go the "cheap" route and visit Rouses.





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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


I'm not sure how much you're looking to spend but they have a chef in the New Orleans area that runs a supper club every weekend. He usually does holiday orders but it can be pricey. If you're interested check out Hush Supper Club on Facebook. HTH





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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Thanks





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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Honey Baked Ham

2 dozen Popeyes biscuits.

Bag of salad

Cut veggies with hidden valley dip

Can you cook frozen whole kernel corn in oven?

Buy your favorite tater salad somewhere.






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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


thanks...too gourmet for me





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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


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You can have 90% of the production done in a bit of time over the approaching days, or go the "cheap" route and visit Rouses.
Rouse's is the answer.

Could also go across the lake and get some protein ans sides from Langenstein's.






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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Let's keep Christ in Christmas brah





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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


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Could also go across the lake and get some protein ans sides from Langenstein's.


Heard that the other day on the radio. May give them a shot.






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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Give Copeland's on 190 a call. I am pretty sure they do a Christmas luncheon.





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LSUbase13
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


quote:

. Looking at getting a fried turkey, honey baked ham and some sides.


I'm not sure about the Northshore because I never venture up to that cookie cutter hellhole that claims New Orleans, but in reality is everything against what New Orleans stands for. But, if yall have a BBQ joint up there, I'm sure they can do a fried turkey or ham for you. In terms of sides, is it really that hard for you to make those? Seriously, do the sides with your girlfriend (trust me, I'm sure she'd appreciate doing the activity with you).






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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


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I'm not sure about the Northshore because I never venture up to that cookie cutter hellhole that claims New Orleans, but in reality is everything against what New Orleans stands for.


Haters gonna hate

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Seriously, do the sides with your girlfriend (trust me, I'm sure she'd appreciate doing the activity with you).


You don't know her very well.






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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Don't know about a fried turkey, but you might try Bergeron's. They probably smoke some turkeys and I know they have casseroles in their freezer for sides because I've seen the typical holiday fare in there at the Lobdell location.


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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Thanks. I heard about them before Thanksgiving.





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Weaver
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re: Food Board help a brother out...need a recommendation for xmas food


Going to go with langensteins and the rib roast





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