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Occupation:Voodoo Queen
Number of Posts:29120
Registered on:2/12/2008
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re: Anyone have any good recipes out there for fresh figs? - Gris Gris
Haven't tried pie tins. That might do it. Then I could string up white lights that would reflect on those and I'm sure it would be a sight to behold! :lol: Those dang birds are fast and I hate finding the pecked figs on the ground much less the tree. ...
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re: Anyone have any good recipes out there for fresh figs? - Gris Gris
I tried one of those ugly owls and something else I can't recall right now. A fake snake maybe. The birds didn't care. I think they're used to the owls in my area and probably the snakes, too, since there's a bayou a block away. I see and hear owls quite often. They're scary creatures at night wh...
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re: Easiest Way to Shuck Corn? The Microwave - Gris Gris
[quote]It stays sweet in the microwave... along with some of the other vegetables like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, etc.[/quote] Definitely has more flavor than when boiled in water. I haven't boiled corn in years. ...
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re: Anyone have any good recipes out there for fresh figs? - Gris Gris
P 81 of the TD recipe book has Gee's recipe. BR, when they're ripe, you pick, or that's when I do if the birds haven't pecked them all. I have to fight them for what little I have left. I lost half my tree in one of the hurricanes. ...
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re: Anyone have any good recipes out there for fresh figs? - Gris Gris
I like a little goat or blue cheese stuffed inside, then wrap them in prosciutto and bake. Kajungee has a recipe for pork tenderloin or pork loin, I believe in the TD bookbook. I have it somewhere and will look for it. ...
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re: Easiest Way to Shuck Corn? The Microwave - Gris Gris
I've been doing it that way for many years. I put one ear in the wave for 1 minute if I don't want it to cook. Silks come right off with the husk. If your microwave is weaker, it might take a little longer cooking time. ...
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re: What are the best sandwiches in Louisiana? - Gris Gris
[quote]Casamento's oyster loaf[/quote] I'm likely in the minority, but this is not a sandwich I would order. I find the bread too heavy for the oysters, more so than good light and crispy poboy bread. I think the bread takes away too much from the delicious oysters. I end up picking those out o...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
[quote]I could talk about a grilled hot dog in an excited way for one minute. [/quote] I'm sure you could. Some people can speak excitedly and never say much of anything, though. I think it's pretty easy to screw up steaks in that sort of setting and under that sort of stress. I doubt Jay ...
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re: Jay Ducote-Bite and Booze on Next Food Network Star - Gris Gris
[quote]The challenge was just an opportunity to get up and rah rah a crowd. Even I could do that for 1 minute. [/quote] There were some who did bad jobs, so it must not have been as easy as it looked to get the crowd going immediately and keep them for the minute. Some didn't use all the time and...
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re: Olive Garden Food Truck rolls into Houston - Gris Gris
Oh my goodness. Is your digestive system still out of whack? ...
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re: Help! My dog refuses to eat: UPDATE pg. 3 he ate! - Gris Gris
Yeah, prednisone for very long is not optimal. Vet is hoping it's short term. ...
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re: Help! My dog refuses to eat: UPDATE pg. 3 he ate! - Gris Gris
Hope it continues. I'd keep doing the skin test for hydration if he doesn't increase his drinking to normal. ...
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re: Fatally stabbed over gumbo recipe. - Gris Gris
Yeah, it was too "realistic looking" to finish eating. ...
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re: Help! My dog refuses to eat: UPDATE pg. 3 he ate! - Gris Gris
After many many tests, all coming back negative, my friend still doesn't know what caused her dog to suddenly stop eating and drinking, but she should have brought him in sooner because he was pretty dehydrated and had a long vet stay on IV fluids as a result. He only weighed 12 lbs and was down to...
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re: First Same-Sex Wedding in EBR - Gris Gris
[quote]No link, sorry. [/quote] Not worthy of one. It's not like folks haven't done this already in some other states and elsewhere. ...
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re: Fatally stabbed over gumbo recipe. - Gris Gris
EWWWWW!!! That definitely would have ruined my appetite. I'm sure it's undissolved roux, but yuck!!!! ...
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re: Fatally stabbed over gumbo recipe. - Gris Gris
[quote]OMG, speaking of gumbo, I bought some for lunch from Adrien's grocery the other day. It tasted really good until I found a big lump of what looked like poo in it! Dare I post a picture? [/quote] That sounds scary. Do you think it was a lump of roux that didn't dissolve, possibly? Post...
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re: Fatally stabbed over gumbo recipe. - Gris Gris
[quote]Piccadilly Seafood Gumbo today that was pretty bad.[/quote] Inedible. [quote]Mrs. Rat's Crawfish Etouffee was decent.[/quote] Used to like it though I never considered it to be etouffee. After the advent of Chinese crawfish, I wouldn't risk eating it again. [quote]Carrot Souffl...
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re: When is it too late for solicitors to come to your door? - Gris Gris
It's never okay. I don't answer the door. ...
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re: Fatally stabbed over gumbo recipe. - Gris Gris
People who live in FL shouldn't be arguing over how to season gumbo. They were probably both wrong. Sad sad story. ...
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