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re: Spin off thread: Turkey Wings vs Chicken Wings - unclebuck504
The best fried turkey wings are in Baton Rouge at: Scenic Seafood (Scenic Hwy. near Harding Blvd., near Southern University) V&P Seafood (on Florida Blvd., about 2 blocks off if Acadian, near Mid City General) Baton Rouge Seafood (on Winbourne just off of N. Foster) ... all of these spo...
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re: Spin off thread: Turkey Wings vs Chicken Wings - unclebuck504
[quote]Turkey Necks[/quote] [quote]boiled in crab boil or smothered in gravy?[/quote] BOTH ... my Wife takes the crab boiled ones, and then smothers them in gravy. One of the many reasons I married her, but it's at the top of the culinary reasons. ...
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re: Cast Iorn Jambalya pot recommendations - unclebuck504
"Large" is a relative term. How many people you want to be able to feed? Or in the alternative, how much jambalaya you wanna make? Just saying "outdoor jambalaya cooking" doesn't give everyone enough information to make solid recommendations....
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
Seriously, Honky Lips? This thread was actually inspired by your "Chauvin style gumbo." Hypocrite. ...
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
Lol, it's definitely an older neighborhood....
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re: fresh catfish br area - unclebuck504
Nobody has it fresher than Tony's, and it's hard for anyone to beat their prices, because they clean the fish themselves. They're swimming in the tank right there, for crying out loud. Anyone else in Baton Rouge is selling defrosted frozen farm raised filets....
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re: Best Brand of Rice? - unclebuck504
I have Mahatma long grain for jambalaya and dirty rice. It's the only dishes that I won't use jasmine rice in. For gumbos,stews, beans,etc ... I have a canister on my kitchen counter that's half mahatma long grain, half mahatma jasmine. I mix them ... it cuts the aromatics down to the level that ...
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
My Gram's family home from the late 1800's (lost in Katrina) was off of Race Track Rd. and Brittany Ave. ... right near Avery Point and Langley Point. The Batia's, Ryans, Moores, Canets ... that's my family. ...
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
That's how my Mom made it ... she added sausage and trinity. Her mom made it, who was raised by her older sister during the depression. What area of Biloxi you from? ...
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
Ok ... now i'm getting somewhere. When you said you've "had jambalaya like that," was it made with a roux, and similar seasonings?(thyme, basil, bay leaf, salt, pepper, garlic, red pepper) Other family members always made it with shrimp and sausage. My Gram was the only one that insisted on on...
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
Edited the thread title for a bump. I know SOMEBODY on the FDB is from Biloxi ......
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re: Any one have suggestions on good spots for Crawfish in the French Quarter? - unclebuck504
Deanie's has them, but they're actually boiled in Bucktown and delivered to the FQ location. ...
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re: Cast Iron Cookware - unclebuck504
I have what I'm sure is a 10 inch Lodge skillet that's always in the oven, because I use it damn near every day. The reason I'm unsure of the size is because I got it for $5 from a Salvation Army yard sale. It's a Lodge though. I have a stovetop reversible 2 burner griddle/grill that never leave...
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re: An update from MD - unclebuck504
Best wishes, Mr. Dog. My family and i will pray for you....
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
BobDobalina ... yes, that's it. I don't have the seasoning proportions on hand, but i have my Grammaw's recipe cards. I'll look and see if it's in there. The thyme, bay leaf, and basil are very minimal. The flavors are all rather delicate compared to a poultry or pork jamb. I'm thinking i'm ...
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re: Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
Yeah ... forgot to mention that. My Mom always put the shrimp in last, after the rice had cooked halfway ... during that one flip of the rice during the cook. Her shrimp were always just right. She didn't use stock. The shrimp wasn't as much of a dominant flavor as opposed to an ingredient. The ...
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Anyone in here from Biloxi? - unclebuck504
If so, did your family cook jambalaya? If they did, how did they prepare it? I mentioned in another thread recently that my Maternal Grammaw was from Biloxi, and that part of my family had a different (yet still delicious) version of Jambalaya. Last family reunion i went to In D'Iberville, severa...
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re: Paging Stadium Rat - unclebuck504
I think this thread's been anchored where we can't bump it up ... likely because the title of the thread is "paging Stadium Rat" ... they frown on doing that....
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re: Paging Stadium Rat - unclebuck504
It's all on you, Mr. Rat. I think we can help with the brainstorming and logic,but i'm no where near as proficient with Excel and spreadsheets as you are. ...
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