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re: Ba Chi Canteen (NOLA) - hungryone
+1 on the kimchi fries...
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re: Contesting a will - hungryone
It was his property......despite the sentimental attachment to the family farm. Think of it this way: if he was sole owner of the farm, he could have sold it while he was alive and spent the proceeds at the casino, and you would have been unable to intervene legally. You say you weren't expecting...
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re: suggest an entree for my dinner club - hungryone
Seafood paella: it's so pretty in the pan, which you can bring directly to the table. ...
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re: Credit Unions - hungryone
I just opened a free business account with ASI credit union...it was absolutely the best deal for my microbusiness. No fees if you maintain a balance of at least $250....
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re: Additional auto lenders I should look at besides PenFed? - hungryone
USAA is hard to beat. .9 if you direct debit....
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re: Fellow gardeners I need help - hungryone
[quote]Ants have a short lifespan, the colony is full of eggs to constantly replenish the workers, disturbing the eggs threatens the viability of the colony. They wanna live so they will seek safety if disturbed.[/quote] My grandma did this by using boiling water and cayenne pepper. I have no idea...
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re: Houma good eats for LUNCH? - hungryone
+1 on Melvin's. Some interesting things pop up on its daily specials list...and a table with a canalside view is a pleasant way to pass the lunch hour. Had a gazpacho @ Melvin's that was surprisingly good; I know it's not the sort of place one expects good gazpacho....
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re: Jamabalaya calculator question - hungryone
Yes...making a "jambalaya base" is common enough in the food service world. Hell, Blue Runner will even sell you a can of it, LOL....
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re: Breaux's Supermarket, Houma - hungryone
[quote]try the place (red and white snowball stand looking place)at the foot of the LA 308 bridge in Larose for a roast beef poboy. [/quote] Harry's...but it closes early, doesn't take cards, and frequently closes for extended vacations....
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re: Family financial disaster? - hungryone
[quote]quote: Is this the disability option you're referencing? If so, they need to get the kid on it now. Absolutely. [/quote] Yes, this x1000. If son/daughter is incapable of supporting him/herself, mom n dad are obligated to help the child get his benefits in order. He should be rece...
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re: Any pest control / msquito control service owners here? - hungryone
[quote]I live in a neighborhood of a few hundred houses. On any weekday, I could sit outside and see 20+ lawn trailers come in and out, its unreal. [/quote] So find out the going rate and undercut those guys by $5-10. Don't spread leaflets or put up ugly signs...simply drive around and note who's...
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re: Family financial disaster? - hungryone
Digging deep into the compassion well...this is not a disaster, it is merely a financial reversal. Sure, they're not as prosperous as they were previously. But they sound far from destitute, and they can certainly enjoy their golden years if they're willing to reframe how they define satisfaction....
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re: Any pest control / msquito control service owners here? - hungryone
You must have a pesticide applicators license if you plan to,do,this commercially. https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-worker-safety/how-get-certified-pesticide-applicator...
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re: I'm in a somewhat strange/good living situation - need "cooking" recs - hungryone
Sounds like you'll be helping her and she'll be helping you. Re: food, since you want lower carb, I'd suggest things like tuna salad, egg salad, and chicken salad, as a start. You can gauge whether her cooking style and your taste are in sync....then maybe branch out to more ambitious things. As...
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re: Chicken wings in a crawfish boil? - hungryone
Stuff boiled in spicy water is a soul food standard: like turkey necks, smoked sausage, turkey legs, potatoes, etc. I often see this stuff at charity fish fries at tiny independent black baptist churches around here. If you're gonna do chicken wings, don't boil too long, or you're just gonna ha...
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re: Need some info Building a home. - hungryone
One thing to beware of: if you're in a very rural area with few home sales and/or few houses valued at/near the $250/k you mentioned, you may run into problems with the appraisal not being as much as the house will cost to build....
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re: WFDT? - hungryone
Oh that pic hurt. Cause I had a frozen Amy's burrito w salsa on top. Meh all the way....
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re: Legit work from home business for Wife? - hungryone
Can she bake? It's legal to sell home baked goods in LA, and especially around the holidays, busy people will pay good money for pies, breads, cookies, muffins, etc....
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re: Most versatile sized Dutch Oven? 6-8 qt? Larger? - hungryone
My two most used sizes are 5 qt and 3.5 qt. I do have a 7 qt, but when cooking that large a volume, I often use an 11 qt stockpot instead. Best depends on your most frequent cooking volume....
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re: I would appreciate any help you could offer on what I'm cooking tonight - hungryone
Thanks for the progress report. You're well on your way to becoming a good cook....if you wanted to take that meal into 2.0 territory, you could take those roasted veg out of the pan...put the pan on the stovetop over medium heat & add 1/2 cup of white wine & a cup of chicken broth. Scrape up all ...
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