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re: Simone's Market on Oak St Opening - hungryone
Some interesting products on the shelves....I stopped in last week, one evening after work....but the cash register wasn't working properly w/credit cards. So I left w/o purchasing....
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re: Craving something different - hungryone
Both are intriguing, esp 14 Parishes. Thx....
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Craving something different - hungryone
Any new, oddball, ethnic or otherwise unusual places open up in SE LA recently? Have been to the Filipino joint masquerading as a corner store on Baronne. What else hides in plain sight? TIA....
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Grilled chicken banh mi, ginger snaps....
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re: Healthy Eating tips? - hungryone
Eggs are a thrifty person's best food friend. They're easy to cook in endless ways and are inexpensive. --boil a half dozen on Sunday evenings, and store in fridge. You've got a portable breakfast for M-Sat mornings, or easily turn them into deviled eggs (mustard, pickle relish, mayo, mixed w/the...
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re: food trucks for events, NOLA - hungryone
Taceaux Loceaux was first on my list....and I have The Fry Bar as #2. (not technically a truck, I know, but will work fine for this series of parking lot events) ...
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food trucks for events, NOLA - hungryone
I need to hire four food trucks to work a series of events in early April. Anyone in NOLA have a positive experience w/truck hire for parties/events? I will be serving ~250 ppl in a focused, 2-hr time frame over 4 days, so I need 4 diff trucks. Bonus points for trucks serving items that are very ...
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re: Favorite Dessert - hungryone
Ha...bread pudding is one of the few desserts I don't like. One of my favorites is impossible to find locally, unless you make it yourself: a merveilleuse, or crisp-tender meringue slathered w/flavored whipped cream, topped w/chocolate shavings. Like this: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merveil...
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re: Taco King Cake (pic) - hungryone
Definitely need to bite carefully and watch out for the baby in that kinda cake....
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re: Favorite home remedies - hungryone
A strong saltwater gargle, 3-4 times a day, is great for throat inflammation....
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re: WFST: Playoffs.. PLAYOFFS!!? - hungryone
Warm French lentil salad, w goat cheese and toasted pecans. Like dis: http://www.davidlebovitz.com/cheap-caviar-1/...
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BR food rec - hungryone
Will be in the neighborhood of Highland and Airline tomorrow. Any place interesting nearby for lunch? TiA....
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re: Anyone have any non traditional crock pot roast recipies - hungryone
Serious question here: if you are browning the roast and making a gravy, why bother to switch to the crock pot? Why not just pop on a lid and do a stovetop braise? Seems like you're just dirtying another pot. (Ok, maybe if you need to leave the house for 8 hrs, or however long the crock pot tak...
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re: I need some new cookbooks - hungryone
Kenji Lopez-Alt's The Food Lab is fun, with lots of technical/technique information. I'm presently saving my pennies for Modernist Bread, coming out in May. https://www.amazon.com/Modernist-Bread-Science-Nathan-Myhrvold/dp/0982761058 ...
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re: Is a Costco Membership Worth It? - hungryone
I get my money's worth, and I have a two person household. If you have the room to store bulk paper goods, it is way cheaper than (walmart, target, etc) on paper towels, tissues, toilet paper, dishwashing detergent, etc. Milk, eggs, Fage yogurt, quality cheese (Coastal aged cheddar), dry cured sal...
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Chopped salad: romaine, tomato, golden delicious apple, sheep's milk feta dressed w/EVOO and lemon juice & cracked black pepper. Warm buttered Bavarian pretzel. No dessert :wah:...
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re: Best books/courses/cds on public speaking? - hungryone
Take a college course...find your local community college or open enrollment division of the nearest big university. Every higher ed institution offers public speaking....try to find a class that's taught through a business school/department, as opposed to a communications or theater department. A...
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Hubs cooked, following my instructions as I was trapped in a long, rainy, foggy commute. Chicken thighs braised w/onion, yellow/red peppers, garlic, tomato purée, white wine, chopped kale....served over Barilla protein plus angel hair pasta, w/some steamed broccoli w/lemon & garlic toast. He did a...
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re: Resources for new cooks - hungryone
Do you know her spouse well enough to chat with him/her? 'Cause if the spouse is encouraging & appreciative, it will go a long way. Nothing worse than trying something new, semi-succeeding, then having to hear about how terrible it is and/or unlike their version/mom's. Good on ya for helping her ...
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re: Any must do/see things in Yosemite and Big Sur? - hungryone
+1 on Nepenthe...
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