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re: Locating Mascarpone cheese in BR area? - hungryone
I don't live in BR, but my podunk Winn Dixie and Wallyworld both carry mascarpone in their specialty cheese cases. It's in plastic tubs, near the presliced prosciutto and Belgioso mozz....
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re: How to start a restaurant - hungryone
Lots of people fail at it, yet others seem to have great success, year after year. It's damn hard work, much of it at the physical/blue collar/grunt level (plumbing, cleaning, hauling). If your mindset is "I'll hire people to do that", then don't get into the resto business....
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re: Besides lump crab meat - hungryone
Herbed, toasted breadcrumbs....it makes a nice textural contrast. Minced garlic, finely chopped fresh herbs (thyme, oregano, fennel, etc) sauteed in a little olive oil, then add some coarse breadcrumbs and continue to cook until the crumbs are browned. Sprinkle atop the cooked fish just before ser...
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re: Selling a house FSBO - hungryone
FSBO can be easy or impossible, depending on how much free time you have, how savvy you are, and how quickly you want to sell the property. If you have the business acumen to understand the offer/counteroffer process, the level of disclosure to potential buyers you are required to provide in LA, an...
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re: Re-Fi v/s Home Equity Credit Line Question - hungryone
Agree that a reverse mortgage is NOT a good idea. Have they considered whether it is time to sell and move into an apartment? Renting would mean no maintenance costs (either routine or major), a predictible and fixed set of expenses each month, and any profit from selling the house is tax free if ...
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re: Jalapeno heat - hungryone
Not only does the jalapeno variety matter in terms of heat, but the growing conditions will also help to determine "hotness". I do know from personal experience that older peppers with the brown, striated cracks are usually hotter than the younger, smaller peppers....
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re: What was your favorite meal cooked by your grandmother? - hungryone
Paternal: her petits pains, which were white bread rolls baked in a muffin tin so each roll was extra crusty and light inside. Some butter and Steens on a warm roll....heaven. Maternal: a rum and pecan cake so heavy with nuts it practically counted as a protein bar. She'd make it around Hallo...
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re: Tell me about these cookbooks ... - hungryone
River Road I has the locally famous spinach madeline recipe....
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re: Any other Pizza makers here? - hungryone
Isn't the oven pictured gas, though?...
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re: Butter beans versus Lima beans - hungryone
[quote]That's all kinda wrong. And likely to get one hung, or at least tarred and feathered, in Carthage, Mississippi, FWIW. [/quote] I imagine that's the least of my failings potentially leading to tarring/feathering in Carthage, MS....
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re: Butter beans versus Lima beans - hungryone
[quote]Both are awesome. But I prefer these guys, the speckled butter bean: [/quote] And my fave is fresh pinkeye purplehulls. Though I really like 'em all, from crowders to zipper peas to Carolina red peas and lady cream peas....
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re: Butter beans versus Lima beans - hungryone
I grew up with different terminology...."butter beans" are the small, dry white limas, maybe so named because they cook up to the color of butter? AKA feves plats in French, which is also Cajun french slang for a lackluster, lazy, or unambitious person. Baby green limas are called just that: ba...
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re: Safe or trash it? - hungryone
Rice n gumbo, definitely toss. Cobbler: any baked good with a high sugar content is generally safe until the bready bits begin to grow mold....
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re: Any other Pizza makers here? - hungryone
[quote]Yeah I am getting really close to pulling the trigger on an outdoor wood burning oven. Father in law came by the other day with a brochure for all the parts of a modular brick oven. He is supposed to be running down a price and we can install it mainly ourselves. [/quote] Hmm...I dunno if I'...
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re: Any other Pizza makers here? - hungryone
Lahey dough is my go-to, though I do make NY style crust w/high gluten flour a few times a year. Generally do Lahey crust on a baking steel (oven to heat, then broiler to cook)....except I just do these in cooler weather. But I'm (once again) tempted to buy an outdoor pizza oven. Forno Bravo n...
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re: Fairlife Milk (healthy milk) ? - hungryone
RE: milk, why choose a more processed product over a less processed one? If you want more calcium, eat greek yogurt. If you're only using milk in coffee, any potential health benefits from switching to a higher-protein milk will be negligible. I'm also not a fan of milk in plastic containers; wax...
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re: Duck breast gumbo - hungryone
+1 on adding a few oysters....
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Just made some macque choux with white corn, peppers from the garden, and fresh tomato.....when it was sizzling hot, I nestled two pieces of red snapper into it, flipped the filets as soon as they showed a little color, cooked maybe two more minutes. Holy smokes it turned out tasty....
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re: Why is tomato. based "gumbo" so prevalent outside of Louisiana? ?? - hungryone
[quote]The only tomato "based" gumbo I have ever had in New Orleans is Liuzza's. I have had many with tomatoes in the gumbo, but they are still using okra and/or filé as the thickening agent. [/quote] Casamento's gumbo has tomatoes, but there goes another Italian stirring the pot. Tomatoes in gum...
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re: When people say they put potato salad in their gumbo what do they mean? - hungryone
[quote] I will also eat my gumbo over sweet potato. A little sweet and salty.[/quote] Love a baked sweet potato in the bowl in place of rice with an extra-dark duck and sausage gumbo....
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