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re: How much would you pay for flying internationally in premium cabins? - BlackenedOut
Sorry, what I meant is although your question asks about cash, i keep coming back to, "why would I pay cash when i could use miles" which I realize isnt the answer you sought. ...
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re: How much would you pay for flying internationally in premium cabins? - BlackenedOut
1) Not yet. 2a) Say +1500-2000 from regular 2b) Would depend on carrier and ability to splurge. The problem is your question is necessarily colored by the knowledge that with some careful planning a person can fly international on business class or first class through a mileage redemption or fl...
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re: Crab Cake Recipe Needed - BlackenedOut
I would advise keeping it very simple. Lump crabmeat or jumbo (although crab prices through the roof right now), a little bit of mayo, maybe some green onion. Fold it together gently, make into a patty, roll it in flour, eggwash, breadcrumb (or just panko with all that moisture), and griddle or pan ...
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re: Anyone traveled on GLO Airlines? - BlackenedOut
I want to pull the trigger on a Destin flight real bad, as it does seem to be an enticing deal. However, they only fly from MSY to Destin on Fridays it appears. ...
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re: I'm in Times Square - BlackenedOut
X'ian Famous Foods...
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re: The great grits debate - BlackenedOut
Salt. Even if you put sugar in your grits (not sure why anyone would) you still need salt. Salt in everything. ...
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re: Seersucker suit at Commander's? - BlackenedOut
Its a suit dude, pretentious people are pretentious in their birthday suit. ...
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re: Seersucker suit at Commander's? - BlackenedOut
I'm guessing you dont wear suits very often or daily? A seersucker, pincord, or white linen suit has a half life of about 18 months before they start falling apart, get stained, etc... Considering there is a time of year to wear them (Easter - Labor Day traditionally), they are much more comfort...
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re: Visiting Paris - BlackenedOut
The Jules Verne restaurant? Its not really at the top, per se, but in the middle of the Eiffel Tower. I haven't been but dont think I would spend a meal in Paris there. Now, they do have Champagne for sale at the top of the Eiffel Tour, and that is worth your ducats. And if you go in the winter, ...
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re: Visiting Paris - BlackenedOut
Big feature in nytimes last Sunday about tourism in Europe, and particularly Paris, in light of terrorist attacks. In short, doesnt appear to be having visible down turn....
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re: Flight to Dublin question: Avoiding an initial domestic flight on purpose - BlackenedOut
Id still book a flight to DC and then take the trip. Either you are flying to ATL, driving to ATL, etc... take advantage of getting a cross Atlantic flight for peanuts...
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re: Flight to Dublin question: Avoiding an initial domestic flight on purpose - BlackenedOut
I dont mean to sound like an idiot, but why dont you just book a flight between Atlanta and DC. I assume your DC to Dublin flight leaves in the PM, cant imagine why you couldnt get on an early AM flight to one of the 3 DC airports, and then head to departure airport? But then again, I might be mi...
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re: Recipes for a Cold Pasta Salad? - BlackenedOut
Orzo Grilled shrimp Cherry Tomatoes Dressing made with oregano, lemon juice, olive oil, salt pepper Parsley Can omit shrimp and replace with other protein or leave out entirely. Can add feta, hot peppers, cucumber, more oregano, thyme, etc......
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re: Caribbean Recs - BlackenedOut
Huge fan of the BVIs and the island hopping you speak of. But, and I may like this better, we had a fantastic time in St. Barths. We rented a villa up in the hills with gorgeous views and our own pool (if you go in low season its relatively "affordable") and a car. During the mornings we would drive...
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re: Flank vs. Skirt? - BlackenedOut
Skirt always comes out better for me for Mexican applications than flank. I find flank is a less interesting cut of meat. It doesnt really have any fat, is an uneven thickness (which leads to varying levels of doneness), and it just needs a lot of marinating to deliver flavor. But LaBoca Jared can s...
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re: Drinks / Food in Atlanta - BlackenedOut
Really liked Gunshow, Antico, Empire State South, and Fox Bros bbq...
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re: Tell me some good things to see in Charleston, SC. - BlackenedOut
I enjoyed a carriage tour that we set up through Charleston Place. Guy was a high school history teacher and added a lot of info to tour. Plus was nice to just sit back and listen for an hour. Great restaurant town: The Ordinary, Leons, Husk, FIG, Butcher and Bee are all fantastic. Proof for grea...
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re: Are there any restaurants w/in walking distance of WWII Museum in NOLA? - BlackenedOut
About three blocks towards the river is cochon and cochon butcher. Butcher for sandwiches, snacks, and a couple of drinks. Cochon if looking for something more substantial This advice holds for either lunch or dinner...
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re: Where to eat in Houston? - BlackenedOut
I dont know the areas of Houston well enough, but had a very good, different and delicious meal at Underbelly....
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re: Headed to Memphis tomorrow - recs... - BlackenedOut
Any Michael and Anthony spots, and Kelly English. As for bbq its MiM, go there and find Ubons. Ask for Beeve, tell him Blackened Out sent ya....
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