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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:NoLA
Biography:LSU '88
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Occupation:Professional Shit Stirrer
Number of Posts:30161
Registered on:7/2/2008
Online Status: Online

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re: WFDT - OTIS2
Don't poke at her, Mr. Balls. A pissed off pregnant woman will hunt you down and eat your liver (yes, even your liver) with a healthy serving of fava beans and an unsatiated desire for a jug of Chianti....
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A Béarnaise Sauce Recipe - OTIS2
I don't measure the seasonings, but these measurements likely work, adjusting to taste: 5 large egg yolks 2 sticks real, unsalted butter 1/2 cup white wine 1 t each dried tarragon and chervil 10 or more black peppercorns 3 T shallots, chopped 1/4 t red pepper 1 to 2 T fresh tarragon 2 T...
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re: Pastrami on the BGE - OTIS2
Looks great. Add a few words to the title to avoid the anchor. ...
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WFDT - OTIS2
Some nice boiled shrimp, a mixed greens salad, Cousin's Creole Tomato dressing and a few saltine crackers....
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
I'm sure you're correct. I have a friend that's been a few times....says we have no idea of what life other there is like....
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
[quote] koolaid pickles. WTH?[/quote] Perfect accompaniment for Purple Drank......
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
Done correctly, they are excellent. I think High Hat advertises a Delta style serving...I have not tasted them. Drive to the Donut Shop in Natchez and you'll get some very good ones. :cheers:...
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
[quote]Dandy Lion[/quote] Research the Hot Tamale Trail and you'll pick up theories on the origins of the Delta Hot Tamale style. It's unlike the others....
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
[quote]Greenville is like 3rd world Africa. Or maybe im thinking of Greenwood.[/quote] For the most part, they both are, as is the Delta. But if you stare at a cloud long enough, you'll find the silver lining. There are some good things in the Delta....
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
[quote]Dandy Lion[/quote] Come on up and enjoy! We'll put a smaller serving on a plate for you, call it "tapas" and jack the price 5x. :cheers:...
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re: Cooking Redfish - OTIS2
[quote] frozen cod[/quote] No experience here. Can't help....
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re: Looking for some good places to eat, and drink in Kansas City MO. - OTIS2
[quote] Bluestem [/quote] Buddy ate their the other night and really liked it. Brought me their cookbook...it's on a different level than my skills. :lol:...
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re: The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
And if Doe's did enter the contest, there product would place closer to the bottom five than the top. But they do good steaks and fried shrimp....
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re: Cooking Redfish - OTIS2
I've had halibut baked with a mayo based sauce...was awesome....
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The World Championship Hot Tamale Cooking Contest is October 17 - OTIS2
in Greenville, Ms. [link=(http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/01/06/tamales-on-the-delta)]A Bit of History[/link] Should be a good time at the festival and contest. :cheers:...
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re: PSA For a Those in The Mecca Area...Southern Classic Fried Chicken Is Excellent - OTIS2
It's a sister operation to the Chick a Dilly joints. Don't pass one of them up, either....
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re: Grilling Redfish - OTIS2
It's a half shell recipe. That's how it is done. ...
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re: Grilling Redfish - OTIS2
GP gave you good advice. Keep the seasoning simple. When the filet is opaque and "puffs" a bit it's done. Don't overcook. A spritz of fresh lemon to finish. ...
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