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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:OTIS!NO RULES FOR SAUCES ON STEAK!!
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Occupation:Voodoo Queen
Number of Posts:28358
Registered on:2/12/2008
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re: Hawthorne at his absolute best. - Gris Gris
When's he's gone, who will people talk about? I'm used to his voice and his foibles. They've become entertaining. I like hearing him. ...
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re: Looking for recs w NOLA restaurants - Gris Gris
[quote]Gautreaus is very good, but it's like eating in a time capsule. [/quote] The food is excellent. I don't notice any time capsule. ...
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re: Make me a chicken ciabatta sandwich - Gris Gris
I would use shrimp. ...
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re: Looking for recs w NOLA restaurants - Gris Gris
If you're choosing Gautreau's (and out of that list for a rare night out, I highly recommend that choice), call now. Jazz fest season could be a hindrance in reservations at this late date depending on the night and the time you want. Gautreau's books up on a normal basis. Congrats and please re...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]I'm a good cook.[/quote] Because you can cook frozen corn? No thanks. I'm going to pass on your corn and bay leaf gumbo. I have other things on my list. I'll try your shrimp diane. :cheers:...
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re: WFDT - Gris Gris
Charter in honor of Mr. Balls. ...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
Are you gonna serve me some of your special frozen rubber corn? :rotflmao:...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]No. Sounds like "Gristle"...not appetizing at all. I prefer EAT .[/quote] You need to get your ears clean or maybe it's your accent. That does sound "gristle". It's pronounced "gree's" or "gri" for the singular. Have you been saying gris like priss? Tell me you haven't. EAT has been...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]EAT[/quote] Oh come on, Otis, you know that's already been used. I think it should be Eat at Otis2's. You can't say "farm to table food", though, because you use rubber corn in your crawfish boils. Gris Gris's Food Voodoo and Spirits. I like it. Gris's for short works fine. ...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]My point is I never thought people could have such an issue with the name of a restaurant. We have gone from foodies to namies[/quote] Oh, geez, it's not an issue. I don't care what the owner names his restaurant. It's a discussion on a slow day most of us are hoping will end soon, so the...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]But a reference to the idea of bringing "fresh from the farm to THE TABLE" doesnt work?[/quote] How does "Table" or even Table, Kitchen and Bar tell you the restaurant is farm to table? Where are you getting that? The answer is that you already knew that it's a farm to table restaurant. N...
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re: Some Interesting Magazines I Found - Gris Gris
Cool, Rat. Glanced through a few of the mags and recipes. ...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]A bunch of fake arse yelpers talking shite about a place theyve never been because they don't like the name. At least it's entertaining. [/quote] Did someone say they hadn't been because of the name? Who said that? Is this place even open yet or are they still putting that one table in...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]Im not saying it couldnt be better, I am only saying it follows the modern trend and is no different than places like Peche etc based on name[/quote] I don't see how Table, Kitchen and Bar can be compared to Peche which is a name which relates to the type of food served. You're using a poo...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]It's in a theater. [/quote] That's why it fits to me. According to old Merriam Webster, it fits. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tableau [quote]3 [short for tableau vivant (from French, literally, living picture)] : a depiction of a scene usually presented on a stage by sil...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
[quote]It's no worse that Cotton or August or Peche [/quote] Cotton is in cotton country. it speaks to the location. Peche related to fish and fishing. It speaks to the cuisine. Don't know how the name August was chosen. Sounds like a name or maybe it opened that month. Easy to say an...
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re: What would name your restaurant? - Gris Gris
It's Friday. My brain doesn't care to think deeply about that right now, other than to say I'd pick one word or name with or without an apostrophe maybe followed by "restaurant" or "cafe" or "bistro", which is easy to pronounce and remember. Restaurants don't need to say "bar" unless they're prom...
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re: Anybody have a great roast pork loin recipe to share? - Gris Gris
You can make sort of a paste with ground fresh rosemary, garlic and S&P and rub it on the roast. After cooking, remove it, deglaze with some white wine and make a pan sauce. ...
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re: What all do you put in your crawfish boil? - Gris Gris
:lol: :cheers: I'll even share with you. ...
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re: What all do you put in your crawfish boil? - Gris Gris
I'm glad I'm not on your guest list. :lol: If I ever am, I won't come hungry or I'll bring my own crawfish. Would you mind cooking my fresh corn? ...
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