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Number of Posts:1418
Registered on:5/8/2011
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re: Quibideauxs boudin in Alexandria - Jibbajabba
@salmon Did you end up trying it out this weekend?...
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re: Things that I learned at a crawfish boil today..... - Jibbajabba
Serious question. The recipe I have calls for dropping ice into the pot after boiling and then soaking. Is there a difference between this technique and just hosing down the pot for a couple of minutes?...
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re: Does anyone have recipe for pot roast for the slow cooker? - Jibbajabba
1. get a chuck roast 2. cut up 1 yellow onion, 1 green bell pepper, 1 red bell, a couple sticks of celery 3. liberally coat w/ garlic powder,paprika,onion powder, cayenne, flour and season salt 4. put a thin layer of butter, canola oil, or veggie oil in a pot/skillet 5. heat up oil on medium hi...
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re: Quibideauxs boudin in Alexandria - Jibbajabba
Debarges crawfish is very good. Never had their boudin either. I've also never heard anyone saying it was anything special. ...
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re: Quibideauxs boudin in Alexandria - Jibbajabba
As said earlier, right by the old holsum bakery. Across the street from academy almost. In the common point shopping center. ...
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Quibideauxs boudin in Alexandria - Jibbajabba
For anyone concerned, this place is a mirror of Billy's. That is to say, it is fricking awesome. It has the pepper jack boudin balls and the amazing cracklins too. The sell plate lunches and tamales though I haven't had them. It's about time alexandria got some good boudin!!...
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re: A Chef's Perspective - Jibbajabba
Not looking for specific numbers here because that is none of our business, but I've always been curious of premium restaurant margins vs casual dining (chain) margins. A long time ago, I worked at chilis to put myself through college and loved it. I worked FOH and BOH and was asked to go into manag...
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re: Tboys in mamou - Jibbajabba
I think I'm gonna turn this day off into a mini boudin tour. Tboys, redlichs, Superette, Billy's, and best stop. Any other must try's in the Scott area? I don't want to go through laffy or Broussard. ...
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re: Tboys in mamou - Jibbajabba
Had the cracklings and the boudin. Cracklings are top notch, probably top 2 or 3. The boudin was outstanding but falls a little short of Billy's IMO. Very very good! I didn't get a chance to closely browse the meat selection. Tell me about this Tasso roast. ...
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Tboys in mamou - Jibbajabba
Anyone know what time they open on weekdays? And do they make cracklings everyday or is there a couple set days a week?...
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re: Chicken a la jibbajabba (w/ pics) - Jibbajabba
[quote]you can buy 5 bulbs are garlic for $1[/quote] You can buy laxative relatively cheaply if all you are trying to do is make the cheapest turd you can. ...
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re: Chicken a la jibbajabba (w/ pics) - Jibbajabba
[quote]searing a skinless breast would create an undesirable, George Foreman grill type outer layer on the meat.[/quote] It doesn't. It does add a different flavor though. And it definitely adds to the pan when the sauce or gravy is made as mentioned a couple posts back. ...
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re: Chicken a la jibbajabba (w/ pics) - Jibbajabba
[quote]Do most people sear a boneless, skinless breast? Is that a good technique? What does it add and does it nor dry out the chicken? Not being critical, just curious. [/quote] Apparently it has never been done before except around the 55 gallon drums with fires in them keeping the homeless p...
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re: Chicken a la jibbajabba (w/ pics) - Jibbajabba
Truth be told, it's one of the better laughs I've had today :)...
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re: Chicken a la jibbajabba (w/ pics) - Jibbajabba
[quote] literally said it was a trailer park recipe and y'all are still calling it trash[/quote] No shite lol. I used what I had on hand and I made a meal that was pretty damn tasty. On a typical day, what do you guys eat for dinner? "I eat nothing but organic almonds and free range chicken and if...
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Chicken a la jibbajabba (w/ pics) - Jibbajabba
I'm back with more trailer park cuisine!! Today we have chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese seared to a golden brown and them roasted to perfection with a creamy garlic honey Dijon sauce! Filet and flatten out some chicken breast. Season with paprika, seasoned salt, cavenders, and garl...
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re: Brisket crawfish boil. - Jibbajabba
Did you rub it with anything post boil? Did it come out too salty? ...
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Brisket crawfish boil. - Jibbajabba
I've heard rumors from this board and other places that the end all be all way to prepare a brisket for smoking was to soak it in post crawfish boil water. I am interested in doing this if anybody can give me specific instructions and personal testimony of their experience. How long to soak? D...
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re: Image from self defense shooting in West Virginia - Jibbajabba
That guy that got interviewed hit the nail on the head. "One less thief as far as I'm concerned". The only difference between his opinion and mine is I would have said "chicken shite thief" but whatever. ...
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re: Potato soup recipe - Jibbajabba
My goto 2 large potatoes 1 quart chick broth 0.5 brick of cream cheese 0.5 yellow onion 0.5 tsp seasoning salt 0.25 tsp white pepper 0.25 tsp cayenne 0.5 lb Tasso Chop onion and potato. Slice Tasso. Put all ingredients except cream cheese in pot and bring to soft boil for 15 min. Mash...
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