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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Baton Rouge, La
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Number of Posts:395
Registered on:9/16/2006
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re: What was Katrina like? - haricot rouge
[quote] People were euthanized. :wha: [/quote] Read "Five Days at Memorial"...
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re: How much pasta for 100 serving pastalaya? - haricot rouge
Thanks! Didn't think a pound of pasta made as many servings as a pound of rice. Looks like I need 16 lbs. Thanks again Rat :cheers:...
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How much pasta for 100 serving pastalaya? - haricot rouge
I've used the Jambalaya Caculator before and it's incredible, but need volume help on Pastalaya. Been asked to cook a pastalaya for 100 and am not sure on how much pasta I need. My guess is 15 lbs of spaghetti. :dunno: Thanks in advance for advice. ...
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re: I need a healthy recipe for chicken breast.. - haricot rouge
Smoke them. Marinate in lemon juice, apple juice, garlic, etc before and smoke at a relatively low temp - 225. I'll spray some apple juice on them a few times during the smoke. My smoker has a water pan over the wood box and this helps to keep moist. Comes out flavorful and moist and freezes...
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re: Leroy's closed, Marty J's to open soon - haricot rouge
[quote] Wait Leroys in br? Near the south gates and pluckers?[/quote] That's it. It was close to the house and a good spot for a nearby meal, but every time we went, I halfway expected to see a closed sign.... Spot is jinxed ...
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Leroy's closed, Marty J's to open soon - haricot rouge
Apparently happened last week. Searched and saw no mention here. Sign is up and Marty J's hoping to open by April 15th. ...
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re: Liver and onions spin off thread- N.O. - haricot rouge
Sassafras Restaurant at 2501 Leon C. Simon. Not too far from UNO Lakefront Arena. Liver and Onions is on the menu every day and is delicious. ...
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re: Boudin in BR - haricot rouge
[quote]I'm not a fan of Jerry Lee's at all; too much liver and not much spice. [/quote] Co-worker of mine asked Jerry Lee last year about the ratio of pork meat to liver in his recipe, and Jerry claimed to not use any liver...... :dunno: ...
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re: Boudin in BR - haricot rouge
[quote]I've been to t-Jim's a LOT growing up and agree. [/quote] Had T-Jim's for the first time at the Boudin cook-off/festival in downtown Lafayette last year. Was my favorite of all the ones there. In BR area, my go to is Benoit's in Addis. Love a lot of Bergeron's stuff, but [...
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re: Best cheap fried chicken? - haricot rouge
[quote]Winn Dixie. [/quote] This for cheep and tasty. Plus, today is WD's Cheap Chicken Monday. 8 piece for $5.99 :nana:...
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re: Whole Foods Tri Tip - haricot rouge
[quote]They have them at Costco and Trader Joe's in BR. [/quote] Costco has been hit or miss, and more miss lately. Had them initially, stopped selling in La and Texas locations because "no one knew what they were". They have had them sporadically at Baton Rouge location lately, but not in the...
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re: Shipley Do-Nuts in Bunkie - haricot rouge
They hook you up with a baker's dozen on the glazed? I count 13 ...
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re: FDA inspections: fraud, fabrication and scientific misconduct - haricot rouge
[quote]Shouldn't they be giving the evidence to police for prosecution of fraud?[/quote] :dunno: The FDA has its own police force - FDA Special Agents with the Office of Criminal Investigations....
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re: sausage stuffer advice/ recommendations - haricot rouge
[quote] I've stuffed thousands of pounds with this thing... [/quote] I have the same one. Works great!...
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re: Purple Martins have arrived - haricot rouge
Had one male in my gourd last weekend and saw four today circling the houses at dusk. They all flew in gourds as it turned dark. ...
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re: First time making deer sausage - haricot rouge
[quote]I got the 3/8" collagen casings from academy. Held up well.[/quote] Never used that before. How does that compare to real hog casings? Could you grill it or cook on stove top? After cooking, are the casings soft and edible? ...
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re: First time making deer sausage - haricot rouge
Nice job! What kind of casings did you use? ...
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re: Need recommendations for an anniversary dinner in Dallas. - haricot rouge
What about Wolfgang Puck's place - Five Sixty up in the Reunion Tower? I'm not from Dallas, but ate there while at a conference and enjoyed the place, food and views of the city. ...
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re: My first attempt at a roast beef with pics! - haricot rouge
[quote]Where do you get yours? The only place I've found them in Baton Rouge is at Trader Joe's. [/quote] I get them at Costco and saw them last week at Ralph's Supermarket for $3.99 lb...
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re: How do you cook rice? - haricot rouge
[quote] Before that is was the ole Knuckle meathod [/quote] :cheers: That's how my Parents did it. Hadn't thought about that in a while... I use 1 cup rice to 2 cups water, dab of butter and on the stove covered on Med/High heat. When it comes to a boil, lift lid and stir, re-cover, place...
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