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re: Jacques Imo's Recommendations - BlackenedOut
Hey now, Waffle House is light years ahead culinary wise than Jacque-Imo's...
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re: Jacques Imo's Recommendations - BlackenedOut
Dont forget Tulane students who love to brag to their friends in Jersey about this "super authentic, locals dive where the food is real and shite."...
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re: Jacques Imo's Recommendations - BlackenedOut
I have never liked the place. Most of the food is held on steam tables and glopped onto a plate. The food is almost a caricature of Creole cooking. The premises are shabby, its sneakily expensive, and nothing is really good. But they make you wait for an hour for a table and you have 3 mojitos. ...
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re: Spinoff: What NOLA bars have the best juke boxes? - BlackenedOut
Chucks Damn Near 24 Hour...
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re: Saturday Lunch in New Orleans with Family - BlackenedOut
Yeah Pizza D a great choice. Was trying to visualize a trip out of town with me + 5 people. We have had a busy morning and are starving. Waiting in line and having to figure out what to order, where to sit would probably start the creeping anxiety. There will naturally be someone who NEEDS a glass o...
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re: Saturday Lunch in New Orleans with Family - BlackenedOut
As I recall, St. James has about 3 kids items. Mostly grilled cheeses, ham sandwiches etc... But one of the barriers for your group may be St. James' size/service style. You order at a counter and then jockey for a table. Food comes out when ready. Depending on what your group has been doing befo...
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re: Saturday Lunch in New Orleans with Family - BlackenedOut
St. James is a habit, a good one. But what I prefer is to go in grab 3 cheeses, a few meats, a baguette, some olives, and other guppy snacks. Take them home, open some wine, and eat. If weather was nicer, read here not summer, Id suggest a picnic at the fly. However, sandwich wise they are pretty...
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re: Saturday Lunch in New Orleans with Family - BlackenedOut
Casamentos closed for the summer. St. James is an awesome place as is Steins, but maybe not for young kids, unless they are adventurous. Although both have kid friendly items. Parasol's is cool but might be a little bit more of a bar. In all honesty, Company Burger is your best bet given the s...
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re: What are you drinking on the 4th? - BlackenedOut
I've been making this punch of sorts for last couple summers. It involves a little forethought but is worth it. You cut up a watermelon (a small to medium size is fine) and one jalapeno. Then steep this in a handle of tequila for 5 days or however long you have in the fridge. Strain and mix with...
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re: What are you drinking on the 4th? - BlackenedOut
French wine, likely rose, to commemorate the assistance of the French. If you arent drinking French on the 4th, you are a terrible American. ...
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re: Thoughts on Food Network - BlackenedOut
Pretty certain it wasnt necessarily his choice. ...
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re: Thoughts on Food Network - BlackenedOut
The Cooking Channel has some good shows. Extra Virgin and Dinner at Tiffani's are pretty good....
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re: Thoughts on Food Network - BlackenedOut
I turned on food network a few days ago and the Pioneer Woman was making soup. It was called 7 can soup. Directions were to open 7 cans of various things, dump in a pot, and bring to a boil. Remind me again why anyone who really loves food and cooking would go to that channel?...
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re: Tom Fitzmorris rips Velvet Cactus - BlackenedOut
Let the record show, he is not an alum of Jesuit. Not that there is anything wrong with pretending to have graduated from a different school than one did. Totally normal behavior. This Harvard Law shirt I wear gets me tons of approving looks. ...
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re: Galactic & Tipitina's to launch The Landing Festival - BlackenedOut
[quote] build an Amphitheater down the line[/quote] Counting down hours until the Mayor of West End/NOLA East complains about Widespread Panic and its fans......
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re: Tom Fitzmorris rips Velvet Cactus - BlackenedOut
Has anyone ever seen Tom and SI's Peter King in the same room at the same time? The similarities in writing, attitude, and outlook are astounding. ...
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re: Bread Pudding and/or Baking Gurus - BlackenedOut
I think it is better to "bury" the bananas in the custard. When they sit on top of the bread pudding, they tend to dry out and turn black. ...
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re: Galactic & Tipitina's to launch The Landing Festival - BlackenedOut
Thats by no means steep for the talent, but considering Jazz Fest only recently crossed the $50 a day threshhold (and people love bitching about that), going to be interesting to watch this play out. ...
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re: Bread Pudding and/or Baking Gurus - BlackenedOut
Either one would work, imho. Or bananas with pecan crust and bourbon on the side. ...
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re: Bread Pudding and/or Baking Gurus - BlackenedOut
I'd try it with the cream/milk in place. I made some glazed donut bread pudding a few weeks ago at the beach, with milk and eggs and sugar and some bananas. Came out fine. Its a fairly forgiving dessert. ...
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