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Occupation:Voodoo Queen
Number of Posts:29561
Registered on:2/12/2008
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - Gris Gris
[quote]No wonder you're always asking for your check a little early.[/quote] No. I ask for the check early in an effort to get it on time because you're always late. I don't use it for the Windsor Court. I use your money to pay the pool boy who lives in one of the the apartments on the second f...
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re: Going to R'evolution on Saturday. - Gris Gris
Most anything goes at R'evolution. I've seen people walk in on a Sunday in jeans and shorts. Not what I'd wear there, but it's accepted. I'd go with khakis and a button down. I've enjoyed everything I've had there. The only think any diner had an issue with one time was duck that was slightly ...
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re: Crawfish Boil Stew - Gris Gris
Yes, you must be very careful if you're adding it directly to the dish. Too much and you've ruined it. I'd prefer to cook the veggies in the boil and add the veggies to the soup after I've tasted them to ensure they weren't overdone with the heat. You could also use the boiled water if it's not too ...
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re: Crawfish Boil Stew - Gris Gris
My first suggestion is to to go to the website and email or call and ask if the chef will share his recipe. Many do. I've done that quite often. If not, you could make a basic crawfish stew and boil the potatoes and corn in a bit of crab boil and then add to the stew or just add a wee bit of t...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - Gris Gris
I haven't stayed anywhere but the Windsor Court in years, but I'd imagine I'd stay in most of the hotels with good restaurants. Not sure I'd stay in The Provincial again. It's neat and quaint and used to be a real deal money wise, but I don't know what it's like these days. That being said, I'...
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re: Crawfish Boil Stew - Gris Gris
Did it have the crawfish boil flavor in it? ...
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re: Beef Ravioli with Tomato Cream Sauce (Photos) - Gris Gris
I love a pink sauce. That looks even better than the first version and I liked the first version. ETA: I'll catch a ride with Darla. ...
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re: A word for the wise - Gris Gris
Wet batters are too heavy for shrimp, in my opinion, anyway. You probably needed to put them in flour first and then the batter to get it to adhere. I prefer dry ingredient, egg wash, dry ingredient, but light...not heavy. ...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
Jay already has a brand which I would think would be helpful to the Network. Maybe that would be the name of his show? ...
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re: When You a Think Of Southern Food, What Style Comes To Mind First? - Gris Gris
FDB has stalkers with time on their hands. I don't notice unless someone brings it up because the down and up votes have no substance and you don't know who's voting. They likely don't even read the posts. Pretty meaningless exercise unless it counts as additional clicks for the board owners relativ...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
[quote]Both Eddie and Jay are good, but Eddie has been in the bottom several times and had some big screw-ups (worse than the after-school snacks) and Jay has yet to be in the bottom. [/quote] True. I think Eddie has had some shining moments and he's very likable. I'm still not certain of his P...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
[quote] Shrimp pizza? [/quote] We never had rice and gravy, but we had those little frozen mini pizza bagel bite things. That's what made me think of a mini pizza. Not a meal but a snack since they're "bites". I didn't think the pigs were the worst thing. When he said it, I cringed, but I a...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
[quote]rice and gravy is classic cajun[/quote] For an after school snack? ...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
Either Dom, Rue or Alex will return next week from Star Salvation. ...
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re: Is Old Charter the best "cheap" bourbon? - Gris Gris
Thanks. I didn't go back to the previous page....
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re: Is Old Charter the best "cheap" bourbon? - Gris Gris
Noticed that on my new bottles as well, so what does the "8" mean without the "aged" in front of it? ...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
[quote]Jay said there were no southern food elements in the fridge. [/quote] I was thinking he'd used andouille before so they might have that on hand and I assumed he didn't make the boudin for the stuffed quail, but maybe he did. Regardless, he had a challenging task. Wonder what the o...
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re: When You a Think Of Southern Food, What Style Comes To Mind First? - Gris Gris
Fried, smothered and/or cooked in bacon grease followed by a a cobblerized fruit or pecan pie. ...
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re: Beef Ravioli with Red Sauce (photos) - Gris Gris
Well done, MD!! :cheers:...
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