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re: Kids' crazy ideas that actually worked? - unclebuck504
The spaghetti was just spaghetti with some questions mixed in until it was the consistency of a mac and cheese. Pretty tasty. The boys loved it....
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Kids' crazy ideas that actually worked? - unclebuck504
Have you ever had your kids make a culinary suggestion that sounded outrageous at first, but then you went along with it and it was actually ok,if not good? Ex: my boys asked for meatball tacos once, so we made them. They were good. Other not so outrageous ideas: apple slices with cookie butt...
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re: Secrets to a Great Jambalaya - unclebuck504
Just go to YouTube and look at all of the jambalaya recipe videos that are put up by people who supposedly know what they're talking about because they're a chef. That should make you feel better about it. ...
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re: Biggest live crawfish? - unclebuck504
No one particular place is going to have bigger crawfish than the next on a consistent basis. It just doesn't work like that....
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re: Friday Night Fish Fry - unclebuck504
Is that Catfish or Swai? Doesn't matter to me, I like both. Looks good, by the way. Deep South blenders are good at what they do ... they're the producers of Cajunland products, which I'm a huge fan of. ...
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re: How do you cook your breakfast bacon? - unclebuck504
I have an old George Foreman in the cabinet that I use solely for bacon. I cut the slices in half, put them on there cold, plug it in and just let 'em go until they're flat and crispy. Don't have to watch it, nearly impossible to overcook that way, and by the time they're ready, I've made eggs, h...
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re: Recipes for a Cold Pasta Salad? - unclebuck504
Bump....
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re: Spatchcock wing tucking consensus - unclebuck504
I always tuck the wings, whether its a chicken or turkey, whole or spatched, baked, roasted, smoked, or fried ... but not because of anything to do with cooking of the meat. I do it because i don't like tan lines on the breasts. ...
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re: Seersucker suit at Commander's? - unclebuck504
Wear that suit. I would. Gotta wear it with white suede bucks with the ox blood red sole. (and wear socks, for cryin' out loud) No bow tie though. ...
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Recipes for a Cold Pasta Salad? - unclebuck504
Looking for something light, no mayo involved ...with a Greek/Italian/ Mediterranean vibe. Was wondering if anyone had a tried and true recipe before i just start making up stuff on the fly ... ...
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re: Pork for jambalaya - unclebuck504
TigerDat ... I would honestly suspect that whoever is suggesting the center pork loin is trying to change your recipe on the slick. A good price on a loin is 1.69 lb, and a 1.50 is fantastic. Pork Butt on the other hand is normally cheaper than 1.50 at regular price ... good sale prices of butt h...
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re: What do you think of this crawfish boil recipe? - unclebuck504
To answer the OP's question, two bottles will be fine. I used that on mother's day in only 6 gallons of water to boil just 10 pounds. Came out great....
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re: Best party food platter caterer? (New Orleans or Baton Rouge) - unclebuck504
hungryone ... :cheers:...
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re: Best party food platter caterer? (New Orleans or Baton Rouge) - unclebuck504
Notiger1997, I didn't take it as an insult, I just found the phrase humorous, that's all. That type of "party platter" food is what it is. Simple, good, plate filling party food. ...
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re: Best party food platter caterer? (New Orleans or Baton Rouge) - unclebuck504
Oh, no Ms. Gris ... I'm not limiting this to any particular type of business or source. I'm asking for a friend who asked ME to do it, but I can't, and I don't really know who to recommend, since I always do my own, that's all. The recs so far have been great. Thanks for the input, guys!...
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Best party food platter caterer? (New Orleans or Baton Rouge) - unclebuck504
You know what I'm looking for, the standards: Finger Sandwiches Po-Boy platters Meatballs Chicken Drumettes Fruit Trays Jambalaya pans ... ...
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re: Grilled crabs -- saw a recipe on FB... anyone do crabs this way? - unclebuck504
Grew up working with crabs. Even worked at a processing house. Easiest way to clean crabs is to dunk them in ice water (so they can't move) ...put on some gloves, pull the shell off, the use the shell to scrape off the lungs and any guts. I'd eat the grilled ones, but I prefer boiled....
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re: Other Than Crawfish Pie, What Is Your Favorite Savory Pie? - unclebuck504
Bookmarked. Thanks,Mr. Rat!...
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re: Your best go to fried catfish recipe - unclebuck504
Apparently, Indian Girl makes Corn Flour AND Cream Meal ... 25 pound bags. [link=(https://www.koerner-co.com/108-corn-flours)]Indian Girl[/link]...
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