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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Baton Rouge, LA
Biography:Attended UL and LSU. Live in Baton Rouge
Interests:Football, Weightlifting, Running
Occupation:Manager
Number of Posts:8996
Registered on:3/20/2008
Online Status:Not Online

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re: Domenica & Peche questions.. - bdevill
Lunch for Peche you should have no problem and I've never had a problem getting a table at Domenica....
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
Thanks.. It's a great list.. Thanks for all recommendations. :cheers:...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
Thank you, I will.. You don't like my post.. Keep scrollin....
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
If you'd read instead of getting all lit up and jumping my tail, you'd have seen that I looked the menu up for another poster....
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
Frankly, I'm not interested in what you think holds water.. You're not paying my hotel bill. :lol:...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
If I'm in the mood it looks fine.. And if I want to get a hotel room for the weekend and not have to walk around too much or wait too long, I like having breakfast or dinner where I'm staying. ...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
Here's the menu.. Looks amazing. [link=(http://www.richardfiskes.com/Menu.html)]Richard Fiske's Menu[/link]...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
What about the Grill Room at the Windsor Court? Still good?...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
Any info on the restaurant in The Mazarin, which is the old St. Louis Hotel?...
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re: New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
What hotels are Luke, Borgne and Drago's in? Agree about the Omni.. They have a great roof top bar and a raised patio pavillion that offers a great view of the French Quarter and the river....
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New Orleans Hotel Restaurants - bdevill
Which hotels in the Big Easy have restaurants that you would go to, even if they weren't in hotels? Domenica at The Roosevelt is a favorite.. Which does the F&D Board recommend? And would you actually stay at the hotel?...
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re: Good Eats in New Orleans - bdevill
[quote]a place like Coops? [/quote] The waiters and waitresses can be covered in tattoo's for all I know.. The exterior of the place keeps me away....
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re: When You a Think Of Southern Food, What Style Comes To Mind First? - bdevill
Chicken and Sausage or Seafood Gumbo Jambalaya Chicken and Dumplins Collard Greens Smothered Cabbage Red Beans and Rice Okra and Tomatoes with Chicken or Shrimp Crawfish Etouffee Fried Chicken Biscuits and Gravy Peach Cobbler Pecan Pie Cold glass of milk in a Mason jar...
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re: Best LA food town not named New Orleans? - bdevill
If you're in the Lafayette area, go to Hebert's in Maurice and pick up some stuffed chickens. My favorite is the chicken stuffed with eggplant dressing.. And the Sausage stuffed Round Steak [link=(http://www.hebertsmaurice.com/Products.aspx)]Hebert's[/link]...
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re: Thoughts on the Bienville House Hotel in NO? - bdevill
[quote]Place d'armes [/quote] Is it haunted? :popcorn: ...
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re: Thoughts on the Bienville House Hotel in NO? - bdevill
I've never stayed there but it's a fine looking place and the location is perfect. It's as safe as the Quarter will get.. Just be careful after dark by staying on the main thoroughfares or places where most people are walking. Decatur is fine, Jackson Square is fine. Great shopping and site seeti...
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re: Bolognese - add chicken liver or not? - bdevill
It's used in a moussaka recipe I tried from Food and Wine.. Give it a try. :cheers:...
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re: Bolognese - add chicken liver or not? - bdevill
I like to add a pinch of ras el hanout, a middle eastern spice to my bolognese. The clove, cardamom and nutmeg give a tremendous depth to the flavor. Ras el hanout means "top of the shelf" and it's a combination of the finest spices a spice store typically carries. Red Stick Spice Co. has it....
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re: Ideas for a NOLA/Creole/Italian Dinner - bdevill
No. Note Italian Parsley, not French. ...
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