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shawnlsu
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Fried food coma time
Made homemade pinapple and pepper salsa last weekend and made another tomato salsa this morning.
Fried some flour tortillas that turned out much better than expected for flour.
Fried Sacalait, onion rings and crab boil fries.
Then fried some more tortillas and sprinkled them with cinnamon and sugar and drizzled with uncle's homegrown honey.
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OldHickory
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Those onion rings look great.


shawnlsu
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Thank you
The star, besides the fish that I could eat my weight in, was the fried crawfish boil potatos and the cinnamon honey tortillas were money
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Darla Hood
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Looks amazing!


Sidicous
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Reminds me of how/when I blew up my gallbladder. Just add some beer battered deep fried squash fries (yellow and zucchini).

Ate myself so sick I literally started throwing up bile. 2 weeks later 911 for ride to ER and 2 days later laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Then 2 months later was 1st major pancreatitis event. That was 4 years ago, still get pancreatitis flareups.

Eat safe out there!


shawnlsu
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thanks. Glad we don't do that much. I feel like crap this morning, but man it was good.


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callofthewild
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Looks delicious. What’s your technique for frying? Stove top or oil/air fryer?


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Hell yes .. looks awesome. Been craving some fried seafood.


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shawnlsu
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Deep fryer, vegetable oil at 375


LSUEnvy
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Dats some big sacalait yeah


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Dale Doubak
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re: Fried food coma time
How you do the crab boil fries


GorgeousGeorge
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Those rings look so damn good


gumbo2176
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My Dr. would have shite a brick if he'd seen me frying up fresh from my garden---okra, yellow squash and ichiban eggplant a couple nights ago.

It was a delicious treat that I only do a few times during the summer months, but with the cholesterol issues my genes carry, and I take meds for, it is not really a healthy choice------but a damn tasty one that I just have to have from time to time.

Oh, and like another poster responded, those fried onion rings look killer.


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Mo Jeaux
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vegetable oil




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TejasHorn
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Reminds me of how/when I blew up my gallbladder.


The pics remind me of a camping trip and fry off that landed my dad in the hospital with pancreatitis. He still says it was worth it.


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shawnlsu
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crab boil fries

Cook extra in a crawfish/crab/whatever boil.
Slice them about 1/4", vacuum seal and freeze.
Drop them straight in the grease from the freezer until the outside crisps up a bit.
Best damn fries I ever ate.


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shawnlsu
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Thanks y'all, the onion rings were tasty as well. I've had to go on a water/fruit/veggie diet since. Finally feeling less sluggish today. Glad I only put myself through that a couple times a year.


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shawnlsu
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Dats some big sacalait yeah


There were a few 14-16"ers in there.
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