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re: Jambalaya Sandwich - Stadium Rat
This would be perfect: [b]Popeye's Famous Cajun Gravy[/b] 1 1/2 Tbs vegetable oil 2 chicken gizzards 2 1/2 Tbs minced green bell peppers 1/4 cup ground beef 1/4 cup ground tasso or andouille 2 cups water 14 oz beef broth or chicken broth 2 Tbs cornstarch 1 Tbs flour 2 tsp milk 2 tsp ...
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re: best sandwich you had in BR? - Stadium Rat
Back in the 70s I used to eat at "The Library" just off campus on Chimes. They had a damn good mufulatta. But what i liked better was a variation they had - instead of deli meats, you could get it with roast beef and gravy. It still had the olive mix on it that gave it a wonderful saltiness for t...
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re: Austrian Jambalaya? - Stadium Rat
[quote]Making me Hungary. [/quote]Good one....
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Austrian Jambalaya? - Stadium Rat
Anybody here ever had [b]Reisfleisch[/b]? The name translates to "Rice Meat" and it's very similar to our jambalaya, but they put parmesan cheese on top. [img]http://nibbledish.com/public/images/cached/567x/recipe_images/3775f16d0babdcaf616a815fe45bdce5eolruin_ricedmeatplate.jpg[/img] [link...
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QUIZ: What Does Food Symbolize In Art? - Stadium Rat
[quote]. . . in art, an apple isn't always just an apple. Many foods carry specific meanings for different global artistic traditions, and those meanings can change over time. How well do you understand the secret language of foods in art? Take this quiz to find out.[/quote]I only got 5/10. [link...
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Pimple Cupcakes - Yes, You Can Actually Pop Them - Stadium Rat
[quote]One bakery in California might have created the most disgusting cupcakes ever. Blessed By Baking, a California bakery has created these custom pimple cupcakes made to look exactly like a zit.[/quote] [img]http://www.popthatzits.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/botflycupcake4.jpg[/img] [li...
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re: Casa Garcia - Metairie - Stadium Rat
I went a couple of months ago. Thought it was not as good as previous trips. Wish I had the recipe for that bean dip, though....
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re: How Alton Brown Works - Stadium Rat
[quote] every alton Brown recipe ever [/quote]Thanks for the link....
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How Alton Brown Works - Stadium Rat
[img]https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s--BTOjlePj--/c_scale,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/1354118224077727123.jpg[/img] [link=(http://lifehacker.com/im-alton-brown-and-this-is-how-i-work-1718241519)]lifehacker[/link]...
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re: TD Recipe Collection Version 7 (with links) - Stadium Rat
I'll probably be adding the newest recipes in October or November....
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re: Recipe: Vidalia Onion Upside Down Cornbread - Stadium Rat
I've never tried the recipe. I just posted it to show a new idea - putting onion rings in the bottom of the pan for show and flavor....
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Recipe: Vidalia Onion Upside Down Cornbread - Stadium Rat
I think I would leave out the broccoli and sub green onions and/or jalapenos. [img]http://sweetsavant.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Vidalia-Onion-Broccoli-Cornbread-2-744x1024.jpg[/img] [b]Vidalia Onion Upside Down Cornbread[/b] Author: Demetra Overton SweetSavant.com Prep time: 15 mins ...
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re: Pizza Roll Cake - Stadium Rat
[quote]Can we get a trashy rating on this? [/quote]It's probably about an 8/10. but that doesn't mean I wouldn't try some....
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Pizza Roll Cake - Stadium Rat
[link=(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t5X2tvkoEI)]Breaux Mart Video[/link] [b]Pizza Roll Bundt Cake[/b] 2 bags (19.8 oz each) Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls™ pepperoni frozen pizza snacks 4 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (16 oz) 1/2 cup pizza sauce 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese Fr...
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20 Essential NOLA Poboys - Stadium Rat
[img]https://cdn2.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/RtF0iyOIrbvfx8AEkXlnBIXCPOI=/96x0:864x576/800x600/filters:format(webp)/cdn0.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/49934733/13510759_1232211033464235_789348394242438903_n.0.0.jpg[/img] [link=(http://nola.eater.com/maps/essential-new-orleans-po-boys)]NOLA Eate...
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re: Swamp pop fest Jambalaya cook off check in - Stadium Rat
I'm not trying to make it as ridiculous as the Texas State Fair or anything, but I think there's super potential there....
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re: Swamp pop fest Jambalaya cook off check in - Stadium Rat
[quote]I'm from gonzales and a participant in all of the contests around here. The problem is most people here don't think of any of that other stuff as jambalaya. They wouldn't sell much of a creole jambalaya. So you'd essentially be losing money. You have to cook what you can sell. For example I c...
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re: Stadium Rat's Jack Miller/Pig Stand bbq sauce clone - Stadium Rat
[b]Stadium Rat[/b] made it, so you can take it to the bank. [b]Welsh (La.) BBQ Sauce [/b] My grandfather, who lived in Welsh, LA, had a great BBQ sauce that was especially good on chicken. He was given the recipe by a friend named Max Schlacher. It seems to be a German-style mustard/onion s...
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re: Swamp pop fest Jambalaya cook off check in - Stadium Rat
[quote]I can See why people criticize the JFA, and hell I do it too, but at the end of the day they have a standard to judge by, like it or hate it it is a consistent standard, kind of like an umpire calling strikes high in the zone, as long as he does it consistently you know what he is looking for...
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re: Swamp pop fest Jambalaya cook off check in - Stadium Rat
[quote]the rules state they are looking at meat texture but then they tell you no meat in your sample. I have been told that they are not going to eat the meat so that they would rather it stay in the Jambalaya they sell to the public. AS others have said it is really a rice cooking contest. And I a...
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