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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Baton Rouge, LA
Biography:Attended UL and LSU. Live in Baton Rouge
Interests:Football, Weightlifting, Running
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Number of Posts:9509
Registered on:3/20/2008
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re: Favorite Restaurants/things to do in NYC - bdevill
Also, check out the Campbell Apartment in Grand Central Terminal. The Campbell Apartment is a swank bar at 42nd Street in Grand Central. It's historic and lost its lease. It will be closing at the end of this month. Definitely something you don't want to miss. [link=(http://hospitalityholdings...
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re: Favorite Restaurants/things to do in NYC - bdevill
[quote] nicer places to eat for two people around $100-125?[/quote] Gramercy Tavern never disappoints. It's a classic New York haute cuisine restaurant and the service is impeccable. On my most recent trip, I had the duck breast and sausage and I'll never forget it. Incredible. [link=(http://...
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re: What is your go to meal when trying to impress a group of 8-10? - bdevill
Baked Ziti and Meatballs is great for a big group. Also one of my favorite dishes. Lasagna is also good for a big group. [quote] I'm from Ville Platte, ain't much else that I know how to cook[/quote] I bet you know how to cook a meatball stew, chicken and sausage gumbo and a big mess of squir...
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re: Favorite Restaurants/things to do in NYC - bdevill
If you like Chinese, [link=(http://taodowntown.com/main/#/home)]Tao Downtown[/link] I you like Italian, [link=(https://www.eataly.com/us_en/stores/new-york)]EATALY[/link] If you like Japanese, [link=(http://www.noburestaurants.com/new-york/experience-3/)]NOBU[/link]...
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re: Breaking AP: Speechwriter admits mistake, offers resignation. Trump refuses. - bdevill
Classy move on Trump's part to tell an employee: "It was a great speech. Maybe a few words were similar. It happens. No big deal. We like you. Let's move forward."...
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re: Cajun rice and gravy thread - bdevill
This sounds like a nice technique and if you're doing poultry or fowl, experimenting with the fats (like using duck fat) when cooking your flour could yield tremendous results.. Honestly never tried it this way. And I think I'll start when I make meatball stew. Or a chicken with carrots and pota...
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re: Cast Iron Skillet easy meals - bdevill
Vegetable, chicken or ham and cheese frittata....
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re: Cajun rice and gravy thread - bdevill
[quote]NOTHING make a better gravy than turkey necks. [/quote] My top three gravy making products: 1) Turducken from Hebert's in Maurice 2) Stuffed chickens from Hebert's 3) Sausage stuffed round steak from Bergeron's in Port Allen...
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re: Cajun rice and gravy thread - bdevill
[quote]That's because flour or corn starch as a thickener must come to a hard boil to work. It won't happen in a crock pot.[/quote] You can use cornstarch when you're slow cooking a pot roast, but you'll have to cook the gravy down on the stove. Drain off the fat and bring your gravy to a boil, u...
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re: Cajun rice and gravy thread - bdevill
Give the meat a good sear and drop an ice cube in at a time when you need to deglaze. You can add a thinly sliced hot banana pepper, or green onion at the end when you're browning and thickening the gravy if you want to add flavor....
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re: Does anyone actually "love" Baton Rouge? - bdevill
[quote]I am moving away in 8 days [/quote] Good riddance....
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re: Hebert's Specialty Meats - bdevill
Hebert's main store is in Maurice. They have boudin but no cracklins. The Hebert's store on Ambassador in Youngsville is a satellite. I don't know about the Hebert's on 90 with just boudin and cracklins. ...
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re: Best pizza in NOLA - bdevill
The mushroom pizza with the egg in the center is pretty delicious.....
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re: Best pizza in NOLA - bdevill
Mona Lisa...
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re: Hebert's Specialty Meats - bdevill
We go there a lot. The chicken stuffed with eggplant dressing is a favorite. I hear that the cornbread stuffed chicken is very good but haven't tried it. They have good boudin. I think it's really an undiscovered gem of a product. Their stuffed products are all good and you'll have a good time try...
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re: Noodle and Pie Robbed at Gunpoint - bdevill
[quote]can't stick to the old "never walk alone at night" saying. [/quote] What do you mean, Mitch?...
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re: Any good proven Halibut recipes? - bdevill
Olive Oil Poached Halibut ¼ cup capers, rinsed 2 ½ lb (1-inch-thick) halibut fillets 1 ½ large lemons, thinly sliced crosswise ¼ cup fresh flat-leaf parsley 2 cups extra-virgin olive oil Fresh lemon juice Directions 1. Preheat oven to 250°F. 2. Chop half of capers and pat fish...
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re: IZZO's on Corporate is Now Open - bdevill
[quote]Izzo's is terrible[/quote] You must have the red arse because Q-doba closed....
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re: Any ideas about a sauce for grilled kabobs? - bdevill
Tzatziki on kabobs.. If you want rice, make rice dressing, then use barbeque sauce on the kabobs....
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re: Sushi Making Class - bdevill
It's a bit steep.. Unless you get a ton of sushi and sake....
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