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re: Looking for Italian rec on Nola or northshire - Cajunate
Impastato's in metairie has house made pasta. Not sure about the pasta but never had a bad meal at Fausto's on Vets. Bosco's in really good. Vincent's in Metairie has never been a bad meal....
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re: WFST: Playoffs.. PLAYOFFS!!? - Cajunate
Turkey burgers fried in bacon drippings and oven baked sweet potato chips with Leblanc's BBQ seasoning sprinkled on....
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re: Haydel Hand Pie (Hubig's replacement) - Cajunate
The other day checking out at Rouse's I saw hand pies for 59 cents and grabbed a lemon and banana cream. Not a Hubig's but not bad. I think the brand was JJ's....
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re: Pulled pork A.B.T. (Atomic buffalo terds) - Cajunate
I love a good ABT and Those look great! When they are almost finished I like to paint 'em with a jalapeno pepper glaze. Sweet, salty and pepper all come together and they don't last long....
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re: Homemade Chicken Soup - Cajunate
I had a bowl of the soup and it really came out pretty dang good! Had some Praltines(that's what my oldest daughter called them when she was a child.... Premium Saltines)and a glass of something I haven't had in forever. The other day at Rouse's I spotted the small envelopes of Kool Aid they had...
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Homemade Chicken Soup - Cajunate
The other day I was at one of the local supermarkets, Rouse's and they had chicken leg quarters on sale for $.29 a pound in ten pound bags. Seeing how they were frozen in one big clump I decided to grab a bag for making a soup. The wife has been on a soup kick and I thought homemade chicken soup wou...
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re: Rouse's Leg Quarters Sale! - Cajunate
Yeah, there are 7 - 9 nice large leg quarters in each bag and yes, it's frozen together but you can cook them all like grilled and what you don't use Foodsaver for using in something else or make individual meals. Heck, give some away(instead of throwing it away)but it's a price that's hard to beat....
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re: WFDT: Friday the 13th edition - Cajunate
Thanks! First time like I said and yeah, it was a lot of rice but at least I know I can improve. It was still pretty darn good....
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re: WFDT: Friday the 13th edition - Cajunate
I am very much a novice at this and the pictures don't show well but they actually came out pretty darn good. Variety of tempura fried catfish and shrimp, snow crab(yeah, that imitation stuff), avacado, cream cheese with wasabi and a homemade spicy mayo sauce. [IMG]http://i1183.photobucket.co...
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re: WFDT: Friday the 13th edition - Cajunate
Homemade sushi....... first time so it's not perfect. Might get a picture up later....
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re: What's Your Dream Handgun? - Cajunate
I'll go with a Python as well and add a couple of Colt Diamondbacks along with that....
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Rouse's Leg Quarters Sale! - Cajunate
The wife has been on a little bit of a soup kick lately so I decided to make some homemade chicken soup. I was going to pick up a whole chicken or two but Rouse's has chicken leg quarters $2.90 for a ten pound bag. Can't beat that price and the dark meat has better flavor too. So I picked up a bag y...
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re: WFDT - Cajunate
Sloppy joes and french fries....
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re: WFDT - Cajunate
[b]Grilled Chicken Breasts Three Ways..... Mad Hunky[/b] Earlier today I prepped some chicken breasts three different ways. Two smaller breasts were sliced and stuffed with ham and one with a chunk of colby/jack cheese and the other with pepperjack cheese and both of those were wrapped with bacon...
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re: What do you shoot? - Cajunate
I really expected to see more Tikka shooters. I kept seeing comments about them and figured that many here owned/hunted with them. ...
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re: Squeeze 'em if You Got 'Em! - Cajunate
No, I didn't drink it all myself. Put some in the fridge for the kids. Not worried about not having enough. Still have a couple of 2 or 3 hundred blood oranges and the Hamlin tree is still loaded. Never tried freezing the juice here as it usually doesn't last long. I have given many oranges away....
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Squeeze 'em if You Got 'Em! - Cajunate
This morning was a cool 49° and I felt like some fresh orange juice so I went out in the yard and pick about fourteen or fifteen oranges off of the blood orange tree. Came in and rinsed them off and began thinking that a nice breakfast would go well with fresh squeezed OJ so I put some bacon on to c...
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re: Soup and BLT Night - Cajunate
Yeah, I usually like using Texas Toast too and I have a couple of avocados I intended to slice and add to the sandwich but forgot. Next time! BTW, the cheese is actually the middle of two grilled cheese sandwiches. The griddle smushes them pretty thin and that's why they were perfect for an Extre...
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re: Training an english setter-need quail - Cajunate
Check your local Craigslist.com under farm & garden or in the search box. You should be able to get them live for 3-5 bucks each....
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