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Number of Posts:402
Registered on:12/10/2012
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re: Eunice LA Dinner Recs - DocHolliday1964
Teet's/T-Boy's/Eunice Slaughterhouse Boudin >>>>>>>Mowata Store Boudin. Ruby's is decent but nothing special....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
:lol: :lol: The secret's out boys! I was just in "Qbin" and some poor guy was asking clerk about the "good stuff in the back office." Guess he wasn't cool enough, rejected. That whole deal is a crock of shite. You go, you spend your money, you should have equal access....
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re: Is Tony Chachere's overrated as a general seasoning? - DocHolliday1964
Too salty. Make my own with better quality spices....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
Really good choice. I like the Dolin. I prefer the Boissiere. But, you can't go wrong with either....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
Boissiere. Oh, and it's better w/ 1/2 amount called for or use 1/2 sweet and 1/2 dry....
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re: No Shoulders ID - DocHolliday1964
Juvenile water moccasin....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
[quote]I found the CC to be too bourbon like.[/quote] Might be why I found it good. :cheers:...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
[quote]I compared the Balvenie Doublewood to the Carribean Cask tonight. I probably need to spend more time on the Carribean Cask since I am almost finished with the doublewood bottle, but I think I preferred the doublewood. It had a more intense, smokey flavor. The Carribean Cask was still very goo...
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re: Fish fry and batter - DocHolliday1964
Soak mine in cold beer (sometimes w/a little yellow mustard mixed in) for a little while. Then into 50/50 cornmeal/corn flour I season myself. Hot oil. Cool/drain on wire rack. Enjoy!...
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re: What happened to my boiling pot? - DocHolliday1964
Just boil some vinegar and water or lemons and water for a while and it'll be great--until next time. Minerals in the water will do it pretty quick. Had one I thought i had ruined. Made some muscadine jelly in it (alum pot like a miniature crawfish pot)-stain GONE. I have repeated with lemons and it...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
[quote]Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread quote: Balvenie Caribbean cask Great scotch [/quote] Just bought my first bottle. I am NOT a Scotch drinker, but this ain't bad. It's a Scotch that a bourbon drinker can warm up to....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
[quote]What's the word on EHT Rye? I read a bad review earlier, which concluded that Baby Saz is much better. [/quote] EHT is best rye to have ever crossed my lips. Baby saz is good but not better. Some of the upper end Willets are pretty good also. EHT is no. 1 on my list snd it will be in my ca...
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re: The best Irish Whiskey - DocHolliday1964
[quote] Yellow Spot Irish Whiskey is the best. [/quote] Just opened the bottle. It's pretty damn good....
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re: The best Irish Whiskey - DocHolliday1964
[quote]Redbreast is $100. Worth it?[/quote] 12 yr is half that locally...
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re: The best Irish Whiskey - DocHolliday1964
+1 on Redbreast. Had a glass tonight. Good with a splash of water. I have a bottle of Yellow spot on order. We'll see how that turns out....
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re: A Mignonette Sauce Recipe For Oysters - DocHolliday1964
I made a similar one with homegrown citrus when my kumquat and orange trees were producing. Also added some finely diced jalapeños. +1 on the Champagne vinegar....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
Amen! There were too few like that one....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread - DocHolliday1964
Yessir it is. I'm partial to the 50/50 myself....
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re: What's your Manhattan recipe - DocHolliday1964
It is! Much prefer over OF (my tastes). Some on here have said that it's too "light". That's mainly a product of the spirit used (rye) and trying to make it less sweet by adding less vermouth. The original recipe is for one ounce sweet vermouth and I'm using between a quarter and a third of an ounce...
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re: What's your Manhattan recipe - DocHolliday1964
I like a relatively dry Manhattan. 2 oz Rye (or high rye bourbon) Capfull sweet vermouth (Boissiere) Regan's Orange bitters (2 healthy shakes) Drop Fee's whiskey barrel bitters Drop Angostura bitters Stir w/ice. Strain into cocktail glass. Twist orange peel over glass, add peel. Add Luxardo ch...
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