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re: "Drop crawfish in and bring back to a boil...then boil for 1-5 minutes..." - Stadium Rat
Also note how much veggies and stuff is in the pot with the crawfish at the time of them being added. And please see my revised post above. Thanks....
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re: "Drop crawfish in and bring back to a boil...then boil for 1-5 minutes..." - Stadium Rat
[quote] Our next boil I'm going to test the temp throughout it and report back. I'm curious as well to see the temps after boil, soak, cooling etc[/quote][quote]Interested to see. I am boiling this weekend and will do the same. I bet our numbers could differ completely. Which would show how you jus...
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re: Frozen Tamale question - Stadium Rat
Definitely don't microwave them. They will turn out dry. My preferred way is to boil in the bag if the bag allows that....
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re: How do you like to eat your chili? - Stadium Rat
[quote]Over rice [/quote]I've never seen it "over rice", like say, etouffee or red beans and rice. But I have seen rice added similarly to how you would add rice to gumbo. I had never heard of rice in chili until I started at LSU. The Union Cafeteria ladies would ask if you wanted rice in it. ...
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re: Jacob's in Laplace - Stadium Rat
[quote]ust wondered if they had something awesome that wasn't raved about as much, a hidden gem of sorts.[/quote]I think their tasso is the best around. Very smokey and pretty spicy....
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re: Tujague's vs. Brennan's Steak house (bachelor party) - Stadium Rat
[quote]Just cool to have and read. Not the most in depth recipes, but a good conversation piece.[/quote]I agree....
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re: Tujague's vs. Brennan's Steak house (bachelor party) - Stadium Rat
The same one as pictured. Not Poppy Tooker's....
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re: Tujague's vs. Brennan's Steak house (bachelor party) - Stadium Rat
I have a copy of that cookbook, too....
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re: Anyone notice that Jimmy John's delivery fee has more than doubled? - Stadium Rat
I know I'll probably get some flak for this, but I stopped getting Jimmy John's when I found out the founder hunts tigers, lions, elephants, etc....
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re: NO Coffee and Beignet Co - Stadium Rat
[quote]Beignets are fine but service is slooow compared to the fast food quickness of CDM.[/quote]True, but NOC&B makes all beignets to order, not in batches like CDM. ...
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re: Bachelor meals - Stadium Rat
Get a 3 lb bag of pizza rolls....
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re: St Roch Market, any good or just a food court? - Stadium Rat
[quote]The prices seem pretty low (like fast food).[/quote]The prices definitely are not low. ...
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re: Frozen 2 liter bottles in a crawfish boil - Stadium Rat
[quote]I will definitely do this with the infrared gun with our next boil. I like being consistent too so we have our way of doing it and it works out every time. [/quote]Let us know the size of the pot, how much water you put in, how much ice you use and and the exact # of lbs of crawfish you put i...
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re: NO Coffee and Beignet Co - Stadium Rat
They are good, but not as good. The bite-sized ones are interesting and they are the only place I've seen that has Chocolate Beignets. The chocolate ones are OK, but I think everybody should try them at least once for the adventure....
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re: Crawfish Seasoning Mixes - Best Value? - Stadium Rat
[quote]it's basically salt[/quote]Not really if you're talking about flavor. It does have sodium in it, but the flavor doesn't taste salty, it's umami, a savory taste....
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re: Paging Stadium Rat - Stadium Rat
Some good ideas in this thread. I am going to do some work on it during the Mardi Gras weekend....
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re: Anyone here a fan of the show "Good Eats"? - Stadium Rat
[quote]I always liked the show, even though I'll never forget the ridiculous derrick he constructed to fry a turkey. [/quote]I watched his show on a regular schedule, but he embarrassed himself several times that I know of when talking about Louisiana food. And a lot of his schtick was cringewort...
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re: Frozen 2 liter bottles in a crawfish boil - Stadium Rat
I was lucky. Got 2 brand new (still in package) ones at a garage sale for about $5 total. Gave them to my brother, who is the crawfish boiler in the family....
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re: Frozen 2 liter bottles in a crawfish boil - Stadium Rat
[quote]Considering the plastic used in most bottles doesn't begin to melt until ~480ºF, boiling water at 212ºF will do nothing to the bottle.[/quote]I wouldn't be too sure. It doesn't have to melt to release dangerous chemicals into the water....
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re: Frozen 2 liter bottles in a crawfish boil - Stadium Rat
BO, I was going to say that. They're called "[b]cooling paddles[/b]". Here are some pics: [img]http://www.webstaurantstore.com/images/products/xxl/13756/367241.jpg[/img] [img]http://store.hagarparts.com/prodimg/H10226.jpg[/img] With these, you can be sure the plastic is safe for hot food....
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