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re: Eating Places You Stumbled On That Were Surprisingly Legit - rodnreel
a friend and I ate at a restaurant several hundred yards north of Middendorf's in Manchac. I had oyster poorboy and friend had roast beef poorboy. We both commented it was the best we ever ate. ...
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re: What to do with boneless chicken thighs - rodnreel
Lay two strips of bacon in a cross. place chicken thigh in middle and add tablespoon of cream cheese, a few strips of thin sliced onion and bell pepper, season with whatever. Roll up thigh and wrap with bacon pinning with toothpicks. cook on pit and when ready slice each thigh in several piec...
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re: How long does it take an oak tree to dry out - rodnreel
I split some in April and could use if now if necessary....
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re: frying seafood for 30 folks--what says the F&D broad do I need-- - rodnreel
I called them this morning inquiring about a combo unit, a 4 gal fryer and a small broiler on a stand. Cook white beans at home, place in alum. pan with a top, wrap in a towel and put in a smaller thick wall ice chest. It will stay warm for hours....
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re: frying seafood for 30 folks--what says the F&D broad do I need-- - rodnreel
My thought is a total of 5-7oz per person. 40% fish, 40% shrimp and 20% oysters. I find more people eat fish and shrimp than oysters. Shrimp are a little tricky because you buy it head on and in the shell. My guess is you loose 30% by weight to prepare them for frying. ...
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re: Basic electrical question? - rodnreel
I just removed the ballast in my fixtures, rewired them and turned them into LED fixtures. They work great. ...
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re: Spray yard. - rodnreel
I have 1.5 acres and at one time used a small tow behind 25 gal. boom/spot sprayer. It bounced around a lot and eventually broke. I found one that is designed for a 4-wheeler and with a few adjustments was able to attach it to the roll over bar on my ZTR. It is a much better system but now I ...
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re: Ethanol free gas for lawn equipment? - rodnreel
I use aviation fuel for 2 stroke engines such as blower, weed-eater and chain saw and and yes ethanol free for ZTR. ...
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re: 7mm08 Ammunition - rodnreel
I have a browning 7-08 and have tried most of the premium ammo. Until recently the best for my gun was Winchester silver tip. Last year discovered these and now shoot sub MOA. http://www.doubletapammo.net/index.php?route=product/product&path=125_205_221&product_id=426 ...
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re: nat. gas generator for house - rodnreel
I live several hours away from BR so I won't recommend an installer but can give you a little info. to help you make an informed decision. Typically generators will run at one of two rpm’s to supply the rated watts, 1800 and 3600. Usually 22KW and below are air cooled and above 22KW are water ...
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Heating up Burritos from D & S Tamales in Houma - rodnreel
I got deer meat burritos and tamales from D & S Tamales in Houma. I usually steam the tamales in the rice cooker and they come out fine. I tried to heat the burritos the same way and were too wet and broke apart. I also tried in the oven with and without salsa and they come out too crispy for me...
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re: Who has the best grilled/smoked Pork Tenderloin Recipe? - rodnreel
I put 80% of coals on one side, put rub on tenderloin and sear on hot side for a few minutes turning a couple of times. Put in foil with a few slices of real pineapple and a tablespoon of juice. Place on low heat side of pit till reaches 150 usually between 20 and 35 minutes. Let rest for a...
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re: If you had $1,200 to spend on a deer rifle...UPDATE - rodnreel
I do find different grouping based on brands of ammo. I tried about 8 different brands with the best being these guys. http://doubletapammo.net/...
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re: If you had $1,200 to spend on a deer rifle...UPDATE - rodnreel
If you can go another couple hundred dollars http://montanarifleco.com/?page_id=180 ...
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re: Looking for prices to built elevated home. - rodnreel
Can't help with a contractor but can recommend the following. Check with the governing body "city or parish" about elevation requirements on your property. Hire a surveyor to verify the requirement, it's best to double check, and set you an elevation mark on your property. Also get a ground elev...
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re: Fiberglass vs custom aluminum bay boat - rodnreel
American Aluminum Marine and Metal Shark "Gravois" are at the top of the field and the price reflects it, usually well north of 100K. They build a hybrid boat, great for the bay and many days you can take near offshore. Coming in behind the two above are Charles Leonard, Scully, Hanko, sportsma...
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re: Deer Hunter Per Acre - rodnreel
max of 1 hunter per 100 acres....
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re: Labrador Breeders Update- Litter in Question - rodnreel
I used to breed and train high dollar labs and offer these tips. 1. Ask the breeder if they give a health guarantee in writing. Only reputable breeders give these out when buying a puppy. 2. Check if both parents have any titles. Don't worry about checking any further down the line. "Champi...
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re: Disputing Property Taxes....UPDATE - rodnreel
I work closely with several assessor from rural parishes. Their job is to value a fair market price for property. . The definition of fair market value in Louisiana Revised Statutes 47:2321 states, “Fair market value is the price for property which would be agreed upon between a willing and i...
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re: Thoughts on this scope - rodnreel
I bought a Z5 about 10 years ago, one of my best hunting purchases along with quality binoculars. Just remember during low light situations turn the power all the way down. ...
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