Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Baton Rouge, LA
Biography:Attended UL and LSU. Live in Baton Rouge
Interests:Football, Weightlifting, Running
Occupation:Manager
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Registered on:3/20/2008
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re: Baton Rouge an underrated gumbo pot? - bdevill
Probably someone that emphatically likes burgers, pizza and all you can eat buffets.. oh yes, and sushi....
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re: Food item that you recently found that you would like others to know about... - bdevill
[link=(http://oysterfoodandculture.com/2009/05/colatura-di-alici-a-fish-sauce-from-the-amalfi-coast/)]Colatura[/link] It's a fish sauce that you only need a few drops to include in your dish, that gives your Italian cooking a deeper, richer, more savory flavor that you can't specifically put your f...
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re: Baton Rouge an underrated gumbo pot? - bdevill
And some downvoter takes themselves way to seriously.. his flow must've been interrupted. :lol:...
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re: Baton Rouge an underrated gumbo pot? - bdevill
They're collectively peeing themselves at every sushi bar, hamburger and pizza joint and all-you-can-eat buffet in town. ...
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re: Chicken casserole - bdevill
This is also a Southern funerary favorite Cheesy Chicken and Spaghetti Casserole Ingredients •1 (12 ounce) package of angel hair, thin vermicelli or very thin spaghetti noodles •3 cups of chopped, cooked chicken •1/4 cup of finely minced onion •1 small garlic clove, minced fine •1 tablespo...
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re: Chicken casserole - bdevill
Sincerest Condolences on your family friend's passing.. Chicken and Spinach Lasagne ¼ pound butter (1stick) 1 medium onion, chopped 1 garlic clove minced 3/4 cup unbleached all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups chicken stock 1 ½ cup of milk (warmed) 1 pound of mozzarella cheese, shredd...
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re: Boudin on the Way back Home from Houston - bdevill
[quote]I find that the line moves fairly fast [/quote] Except when the tourists come in, don't know what they want.. can't make up their mind and ask, "What's that?" For everything in the damn case.. It's boudin.. "And what's that?" It's a boudin ball. "What's that?" A boudin wrap. It's al...
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re: Rotolo's Government Street - bdevill
[quote]Sounds like a job for Rotolo Cop[/quote] :lol:...
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re: Rotolo's Government Street - bdevill
[quote]What is Detroit style?[/quote] An epic failure, massive layoffs, followed by bankruptcy and federal assistance. ...
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re: Boudin on the Way back Home from Houston - bdevill
[quote]Rabideauxs[/quote] I'll be in the Iowa area on Saturday around lunch time. Looking forward to stopping in and seeing what they got. I love joints like this. Thx ...
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re: Boudin on the Way back Home from Houston - bdevill
He's got the technique down for sure....
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re: Do you pay extra for organic/natural foods? - bdevill
Whomever the down vote is from, probably didn't grow up on or around a farm and ate what was raised on the farm.. but feel free to waddle in your ignorance. :lol:...
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re: Boudin on the Way back Home from Houston - bdevill
[quote]Pepperjack Boudin Balls from Billy's[/quote] They're also available frozen, for serving at home. I tried em.. Let em thaw first and heat em at 300 for 30-35 minutes. So good....
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re: Do you pay extra for organic/natural foods? - bdevill
There's a clear difference in the taste and smell of grass fed beef. There's also a difference in how the meat cooks. Grass fed doesn't brown the same and I've found it better to cook grass fed beef on a lower, slower fire. When I buy grass fed, I buy locally grown organic beef and poultry where...
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re: Olive or Twist Chicken Fried Steak - bdevill
Tuesday is also 5 dollar half lb hamburgers at Olive or Twist. They're rockin and rollin on Tuesday....
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re: Boudin on the Way back Home from Houston - bdevill
Text her back and tell her to make sure she tries the pepper jack boudin wraps at Billy's. ...
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re: Thanksgiving Recommendations for New Orleans - bdevill
[quote]Windsor Court[/quote] The Grill Room would be great at holiday time....
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re: RIP KajunGee - bdevill
Sincerest condolences and deepest sympathy in Kajun's passing. Rest in eternal peace, Kajungee. ...
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re: Anyone went to Shrimp Basket (BR) yet? - bdevill
Coworkers went.. Didn't like it....
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re: What's the best thing to eat while watching football and drinking beer? - bdevill
[quote]Boudin and gumbo[/quote] Try substituting boudin for rice with chicken and sausage gumbo. Just try a small bowl, a little too rich for a big bowl of it. Rotel and Velveeta dip is good during the game, too....
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