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re: WFDT - Degas
Leftover smoked chicken quarter, homemade lentils, store bought potato salad....
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re: Baton Rouge Food "Bucket List" - Degas
I moved from Baton Rouge and was wondering which restaurants I'd really miss. I realized it's close to none. I do miss the cup and a half lunch option at Dempsy's. The BBQ burger at Mason's Grill was solid. Also the Vietnamese places on Florida, including Dangs. I miss Vinh Phat grocery because ...
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re: Favorite Appetizers to do on the Grill - Degas
I love to do rumaki. Take a pack of bacon and cut it in half. Lay them down on your work surface. Place a water chestnut in the middle of each one, top with a piece of chicken liver, bring up both ends of the bacon so they overlap slightly and plunge a toothpick down through it. These can be mar...
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re: Can anyone suggest a good light appetizer for tonight? - Degas
Sorry for your loss I love noshing on fresh veggie sticks at funerals. ...
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re: What is your favorite nut? - Degas
[quote]Macadamia, by a long shot[/quote]I was hoping I wouldn't be the first person to mention this gem. It's my personal favorite nut, although I could devour my body weight in cashews....
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re: Favorite chicken stock recipes/techniques - Degas
[quote]For chicken, I buy necks, backs[/quote]Where do you purchase your chicken backs?...
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re: Favorite chicken stock recipes/techniques - Degas
...also, get [link=(https://www.amazon.com/Broth-Stock-Nourished-Kitchen-Wholesome/dp/1607749319/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490726979&sr=8-1&keywords=broth+and+stock)]THIS[/link] book and thank me later....
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re: 50 best beers in the world - Degas
[quote]Kalamazoo is the OG, Galesburg is where the bulk of distribution is made.[/quote]I know Larry said he couldn't make it into the Louisiana market before brewery expansion. Probably a location I didn't know about. It's been a few years since I've lived in that area. My personal favorite beer...
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re: Favorite chicken stock recipes/techniques - Degas
I've never measured so I don't have a recipe. For various reasons, I like to purchase whole chickens, which after portioning, I'm left with a beautiful carcass, heart, gizzard, etc. I also use scraps of veggies that would normally hit the garbage in other kitchens. Roasting bones before using ...
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re: New Orleans breakfast place - Degas
I didn't know that. Thank you....
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re: New Orleans breakfast place - Degas
[quote]Camilla grill[/quote]Nowhere near the quarter, but sure. [quote]casual[/quote]Clover Grill :nana:...
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re: 50 best beers in the world - Degas
Why do they have Bell's listed out of Galesburg? I've been to the brewery twice and it's in Kalamazoo....
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re: Would You Still Eat It? - Degas
Prayers sent...
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re: Sous vide + smoke - Degas
Briefly: Nice smoke ring, looks very dry though. I wouldn't try this recipe....
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re: What's your favorite beer to drink on the beach? - Degas
Pacifico. The taste association brings me back to my time on Mexican beaches....
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re: Rick Bayless Frontera Sauces - Degas
I'm kidding of course. The food board constantly knocks Chicago as a bad food town. If you can't find anything you like in the third largest city in the US, you've got issues. Thanks for the recommendation. I'll keep an eye out for those sauces. :cheers:...
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re: How would you process a whole pig - Degas
[quote]How would you process a whole pig[/quote]Now you're bringing back prom night memories....
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re: Reusable sous vide bag $12 - Degas
[quote]What model?[/quote]V 2865. I think I purchased it at Bed Bath & Beyond with a 20% off coupon at the time. Not sure if they still have that model in stock. Here's one on [link=(https://www.amazon.com/Foodsaver-Vacuum-Sealing-System-V2865/dp/B00J6MUUGM/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490313492&sr...
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re: Reusable sous vide bag $12 - Degas
Dude, if my foodsaver machine crapped out today, I'd be purchasing another tomorrow. Once you get one, you'll kick yourself for not having one already, and it's not just for sous vide. The model I have pops up with a press of the button and takes up four inches of counter space. ...
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re: Reusable sous vide bag $12 - Degas
Actually, although I do a ton of sous vide cooking, I have zero interest in this item because I have a ton of bags tied up in both the fridge and freezer at any time. I'd have to buy about $500 of these bags for them to be worth it...pass. I could see if someone cooks just one or two items each time...
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