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Location:Metairie
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Registered on:7/6/2004
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re: How much pasta for 100 serving pastalaya? - Stadium Rat
The Jambalaya Calculator will work, just use 1 1/4 pound of liquid per pound of pasta instead of rice. ...
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re: Spinoff: items you used to love but now hate - Stadium Rat
Chinese 5 spice powder Chef-Boyardi ravioli Milk Duds Roman Candy Velveeta...
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re: items you used to hate but now love - Stadium Rat
[quote]Growing up, I used to cry because my jaw would hurt trying to chew up steak. Had a good and perfectly cooked steak in adulthood and realized steak is great.[/quote]There's a joke in there, but I'm not going there....
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re: Best store bought hot dogs? - Stadium Rat
I like Nathan's a bit better than Hebrew National, but both are great. If I really want to splurge, sometimes I'll get [b]Boar's Head[/b] Frankfurters with natural casings. Like Nathan's and HN, hey also taste great, but the "snap" of the casing puts it over the top. Almost as important as the ...
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re: The Work Of A Master, Warren Leruth - Stadium Rat
[quote]Warren LeRuth is the most overlooked person in NOLA culinary history. He was the best chef the city had seen until the early 90's. [/quote]I agree with this....
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re: The Work Of A Master, Warren Leruth - Stadium Rat
I kind of have mixed feelings about Warren LeRuth. I greatly admire his scientific approach to food, and I know he was an awesome talent and I love the dishes he created, but the type of food he cooked at his restaurant was pretty inaccessible to me. What I mean is, his stuff is way too fancy ...
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re: The Work Of A Master, Warren Leruth - Stadium Rat
[quote]you have any kind of a link? [/quote]Sorry, I don't. This is an article I saved some time ago. I'll see what I can find though. Edit: This is apparently written by the guy behind nolacuisine.com, one of my favorite blogs about Louisiana food. He also lists American Gourmand, New Orle...
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The Work Of A Master, Warren Leruth - Stadium Rat
Warren Leruth, deceased, for years ruled the New Orleans scene in the restaurant world. His restaurant, Le Ruth‘s in Gretna, LA across the river from the French Quarter, for years was the only Five Star restaurant west of the Mississippi. To his credit we have Oyster & Artichoke Soup, Seven Seas Gre...
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re: Gumbo cook off help - Stadium Rat
I've never cooked a gumbo that big, but I'm certain you can just scale the amounts up. You'll just have to modify your procedure a bit for the larger pot....
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re: Gumbo cook off help - Stadium Rat
[quote] At home I usually do 1 1/2 quarts of stock to 1/2 cup flour and oil roux so 1 cup roux.[/quote]This isn't quite right. The oil is absorbed into the flour so you don't get that much roux. Next time you make it measure the roux after you're done. I've found that 1 cup of flour and 1 cup of ...
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re: ye old college poboy place - Stadium Rat
[quote]Rat- you threw me off with the RIP [/quote]Sorry 'bout that. I didn't see it the last couple of trips down Magazine, so I thought it was gone. I ate there exactly 1 time and had the fried green tomato/ shrimp remoulade poboy and thought it was good. Was kinda bummed because they didn't hav...
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re: ye old college poboy place - Stadium Rat
[quote]When did they close ?[/quote]Didn't they? I don't remember seeing the place last couple of trips down Magazine....
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re: ye old college poboy place - Stadium Rat
Ignatius (RIP) used to have one. It was great! The only use of "Ye Olde" that I know of in town is Ye Olde College Inn. No idea if they serve that though....
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re: Sushi Do's and Don'ts in Pictures - Stadium Rat
[quote]TulaneLSU[/quote]Why are you back, exactly?...
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Sushi Do's and Don'ts in Pictures - Stadium Rat
[img]http://assets.goodstatic.com/s3/magazine/assets/532993/original/sushi-etiquette.jpg=s900x1300[/img] Sorry, but I dip my sushi into the soy/wasabi soup. That's 2 strikes against me in one....
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re: In Honor of the Masters, Post Your Favorite Pimento Cheese Recipe - Stadium Rat
[quote]Where does this egg fit in?[/quote]It's optional, since it is given in a tip at the end. I don't think I'd like egg white in my pimento cheese, but the yolk could be an enhancement....
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re: Ideal Market - Stadium Rat
[link=(http://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/p/56367976/ideal-market-now-open-at-airline-and-clearview/)]LINK[/link]...
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re: Egg Salad Like Augusta - Stadium Rat
[b]"Better Than Augusta" Egg Salad Sandwich[/b] PlainChicken.com has you hooked up for an egg salad sandwich recipe they call the "Better Than Augusta Egg Salad," because it's not enough to make a damn good sandwich, you have to rub it in people's faces and scoff at their mediocrity. 6 hard-co...
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re: In Honor of the Masters, Post Your Favorite Pimento Cheese Recipe - Stadium Rat
[b]Pimento Cheese [/b]from Screen Doors and Sweet Tea by Martha Hall Foose [img]http://bakedbree.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/pimento-cheese_13.jpg[/img] 1 cup mayonnaise (the recipe suggests homemade) 1 teaspoon finely chopped sage 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice 1 teaspoon dry mustard 1/...
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In Honor of the Masters, Post Your Favorite Pimento Cheese Recipe - Stadium Rat
[img]http://newsouthfoodcompany.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/masters_2k9_food_menu.jpg[/img] Here's one: [b]Pimento Cheese [/b] Prep Time: 15 minutes 2 (8-oz) blocks extra sharp cheddar cheese, grated 1 (8-oz) block jalapeno monterey jack, grated 1 (8-oz) brick cream cheese, softened ...
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