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Darla Hood
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Near that place by that other place
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WFDT?


Deke
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Palm Coast, Florida
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Jesus Christ, that looks good!!!


Darla Hood
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Thanks! Even with low carb tortillas it is pretty tasty.


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L Boogie
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I've had the laziest, raniest day. Obviously, so as not to disrupt the natural order of my day off, I ordered pizza.

Pepperoni and black olive, a couple of steak and cheese rolls and some mozzarella sticks. Hit the spot and I have tons of leftovers.

Vodka waters.
This post was edited on 10/9 at 6:19 pm


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TigerGrl73
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Nola
Member since Jan 2004
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re: WFDT?
Nigella Lawson's Masoor Dal with riced cauliflower, green salad, and a torn off piece of naan.


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Uncle JackD
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Damnit Darla, that looks so good.

Are you still low carbing? I’m looking to fry wings Saturday and would like a breading on them but a Low carb one. Any recs?


Zappas Stache
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Uncle JackD
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al_cajun
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Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2017
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re: WFDT?
Damn that’s so dark, it looks awesome. What’s your technique?


blueridgeTiger
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Sausage, boiled egg and green beans


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Zappas Stache
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What’s your technique?


Flour and oil and a cast iron pot. High heat, stir like crazy.


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CoachChappy
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I just put down this year’s crop of Brussels, so I am using the last of last year's. Green onion deer sausage and sprouts in a foil pack. Easy night.

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t00f
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Uncle JackD


You two live in the same city, you need to go over there sometime and let her cook you some of that no carb goodness.


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Darla Hood
LA-Lafayette Fan
Near that place by that other place
Member since Aug 2012
9636 posts

re: WFDT?
I’ve had success with pork rinds run through the food processor to use as a coating for fried or baked foods. Or a combo of almond flour and grated parm. Good luck!

And yes, mostly low carbing, except when I’m not.
This post was edited on 10/9 at 8:13 pm


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highcotton2
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re: WFDT?
Gumbo Shop's Crawfish Étoufée recipe over blackened Dorado and a bed of rice.



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Bayou Tiger Fan Too
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fightin tigers
Downtown Prairieville
Member since Mar 2008
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Dinner was kebabs

Since the pit was hot made some apple crisp in the cast iron.

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OTIS2
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NoLA
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Grilled chicken hips, boudin and brats.


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