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re: Crawfish taste - hungryone
+1 on spillway crawfish tasting better than pond crawfish....
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re: IRS Tax Settlement - hungryone
Home ownership is more than affording a mortgage payment; as a friend, I'd feel compelled to point this out to him. If you are a home owner, share with him your insurance, taxes, and maintenance costs. Too many people think of rent as throwing money away--but rent is at least a fixed & predictable...
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re: This Job Market Stinks - hungryone
I know quite a few electricians who make more than accountants. Skilled trades are too often overlooked by folks w/college degrees. With your accounting/business experience, you could be a valuable employee post-apprenticeship, esp to a small-to-growing firm that needs both skilled help & office a...
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re: Replacing Siding on a Rental - hungryone
Hardi is also better as you can buy it pretinted if you hate to paint, but it can easily be painted by you (or subsequent owners) if you want to changes things up. Vinyl is the same, except dingier with every passing year....
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re: Advice needed on younger sibling debt - hungryone
Same story, except it's a bro in law. His mom subsidized his lifestyle until she passed away....he asked us for big money once, and we said no. (It was to help pay a girlfriends medical expenses.) fast forward some years, they're married and still can't handle money. Bankruptcy, divorce, job lay...
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re: What Herbs Are You Planting This Year? - hungryone
Most herbs can be grown in a small flowerbed or large pots. Small pots won't work. Herbs are tough, but have fairly large root systems for their size (part of what makes them drought tolerant). Most of the typical mediterranean herbs prefer well drained soil and full sun (rosemary, thyme, sage, f...
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re: Clark Creek...advice? Things to do? - hungryone
Pack your snacks...there used to be a little store in Pond, just up the road from the entrance to the Clark Creek. It sold dusty cans of soda, etc. I haven't been up that way in a few years, so I don't know if it's still there....
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re: Not a frequent flyer - Question - hungryone
I-55 ends at Laplace, so you'll be on I-10 headed toward the airport. The section from the 10/55 junction can indeed be a mess, but a quick look at the traffic reports online can tell you if you need to go around (via Airline Highway), or allow extra time. Also, know that the offsite parking lot...
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Red beans, rice, smoked sausage.....unusual for us, we don't generally keep,the Monday tradition....
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re: Ole fashioned sticky Chicken - hungryone
Oh, la, sticky chicken reminds me of Sunday dinner at my grandmere's. Hers was a bit drier than pictured, and she always put chunks of potato in the pot once the chicken was mostly done. She would send me outside to pick two big hands full of parsley, which grew next to the cistern, where it caugh...
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re: Kroger / Rouses rumor? - hungryone
Rouses major business is not visible to the retail consumer...it's in marine provisioning. So don't worry about them being bought out any time soon....
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re: Build a 2 month itinerary for me (March/April) - hungryone
can you rely on any of those friends for short term housing? That's gonna help to stretch the budget....
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re: Marriott properties in Paris... - hungryone
My preference would be the Marriott Opera Ambassador....on Blvd Haussmann, near the Galeries Lafayette. Just a few blocks from the Richelieu or Opera metro stations......
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re: Thinking of Opening My Own Music Lessons Store - Thoughts to consider? - hungryone
The only person making steady money in this scenario is the guy renting the space to you. Brick n mortar music store? Not unless you're in a crazily music heavy town (NOLA, Nashville). I can think of three kids I know who take music lessons from a remote teacher via Skype....one does his guitar l...
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re: What's Your Favorite Fermented Food? - hungryone
Jeez, fermented foods covers LOTS of ground. Bread, hands down, for me. Followed by various cheeses, then dry cured meats. Saurkraut is a distant 53rd....
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re: Saint Arnold's plans to build a beer garden next door - hungryone
Seems like a great idea. The indoor beer hall gets jam packed on weekends--a beer garden would be great there....
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re: Homemade Mac and Cheese help - hungryone
If you can't get your hands on sodium citrate, then you might try making mac n cheese using cheese powder (which is merely a dehydrated, powdered form of cheese). Cabot sells a white cheddar powder, useful for not only mac n cheese but also for sprinkling on popcorn, kneading into bread dough or bi...
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re: Going to Europe for the first time. Any tips? - hungryone
Whew, I wish I still had the energy to contemplate an itinerary that wide-ranging in 2 weeks. Makes my old azz tired just thinking about it! Have been to everything on your list, I'd probably choose to skip Pompeii & Capri in favor of starting in Rome & moving north the whole time. Beginning in Rom...
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re: Don't know where to begin - want to plan trip to Europe for anniversary - hungryone
My first suggestion for a European visit is to go ANY other time of the year than late July/early August. Depending on where you plan to go, it can be hot & lots of places have no AC. It's peak tourists-with-kids season, and in certain countries like Italy & France, the whole damn country goes on ...
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