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re: Help me pick a small wine cellar. Please. - BlackenedOut
Do you have two food processors, if so the smaller one is redundant ...


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re: Help me pick a small wine cellar. Please. - BlackenedOut
Buy him a wooden wine rack. Most homes with ac keep wine cool enough not to spoil it...


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re: Help me pick a small wine cellar. Please. - BlackenedOut
Dont take this the wrong way, but buying a small wine cellar is like buying a small food processor. It is a complete and utter waste of both money and space. Does he store a lot of wine? Than a six bottle wine cooler isnt going to do him any good. Does he buy wine from a grocery store and consum...


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re: Foie Gras - BlackenedOut
Most likely what you have is pate de foie gras. There are some jarred whole lobes of foie gras available, but that is probably not what would go in a gift basket. But if so, congrats your vendor really likes you. (If it is a whole lobe, slice, score, sear) So assuming it is pate de foie gras, an...


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re: Hogs for Cause:Wood Bros,Toubab Krewe, DBTs,Porter Jr, Earphunk,Strand of Oaks - BlackenedOut
Heady is correct. The lines, especially early in day, were awful and there was a lot of confusion. We are doing a couple things differently this year. First, we tested a wooden nickel system in Charleston and it worked very well. So all food and drink can be purchased with wooden nickels and...


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re: Seafood centric lunch on a Tuesday, NOLA/Jefferson - BlackenedOut
Love Bevi. Traditional fare done very well. ...


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re: Can Anyone Recommend a Wedding Reception Caterer in BR - BlackenedOut
If a backyard wedding was good enough for Don Corleone, it should be good enough for any of us. ...


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re: Beef Wellington - BlackenedOut
Guy on Serious Eats did an in-depth report on it a few years ago. Here it is [link=(http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2012/12/the-ultimate-beef-wellington-recipe.html)]LINK[/link] I did it. In all honesty, it isnt that good of a dish. If you like steak and foie gras (and who doesn't besides, hea...


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re: Can Anyone Recommend a Wedding Reception Caterer in BR - BlackenedOut
A million in liability coverage will run you about $500 bucks or so. So that is most of your budget, but not outside the realm of possibility...


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re: Turkey breast ... brine or no? - BlackenedOut
By way of comparison, i dry brined a turkey breast on sunday and cooked on Monday. I used a tablespoon of salt. Dry brines wins. ...


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re: Looks like Ralph did a top notch job on the Brennan's renovation - BlackenedOut
I dont think they spent $20 million on renovation, but I bet the all in number (6.8 to acquire property in foreclosure, another 3.5 or so to win naming rights) gets them pretty close to that. ...


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re: Looks like Ralph did a top notch job on the Brennan's renovation - BlackenedOut
There is a Pineapple Room at Brennan's for private parties and such and it is pictured above...


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re: Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipe Thread - BlackenedOut
A twice baked potato is probably the most underrated potato dish of them all. ...


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re: Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipe Thread - BlackenedOut
I have one rule for Thanksgiving and cocktails and it is this: You limit yourself to one cocktail before dinner but it can be as large as you want. I generally go with an old fashioned, manhattan, sazerac, or vodka with satsuma juice. Then I move onto wines and round out evening with more bourbo...


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re: Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipe Thread - BlackenedOut
Not cooking as much this year due to a variety of issues, however am making mashed potatoes (Robuchon method, which basically means two parts potato, one part butter, riced), scalloped potatoes from the Francis Mallman cookbook (like potato dominoes) and creamed kale from the Rushing's Southern Comf...


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re: Szechwan Hot Pot - New Orleans - BlackenedOut
Its not quite the same, but it will scratch your itch for super spicy broth cooked meat, that is the spicy beef soup off the yellow menu at Jungs on Magazine...


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re: Will Jazzfest Improve This Year? - BlackenedOut
Highly doubt jazz fest will ever move to City Park festival grounds without a massive infrastructure improvement ...


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re: Good spot to eat near WW2 museum? - BlackenedOut
Link restaurant group spots are closed on Sundays with exception of Butcher which is open for brunch only. On a sunday and downtown, just catch a cab to Domenica...


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re: Cote Sud or La Petite Grocery for Saturday night date with the wife? - BlackenedOut
Love lpg. Wife and I split over there whenever we can. Love to sit at bar, have a few cocktails and just order a bunch of stuff. Enjoy...


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re: Brining a turkey & other tips - BlackenedOut
Ive dry brined for as few as 24 hrs with excellent results ...


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