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re: Big pot jambalaya pictorial (Done) - pochejp
Damn man you're cooking a damn full pot that for sure. Show final product. ...
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re: Switching from White to Red wine, assistance needed - pochejp
[quote]Oh and for your high end chard, get on that rombauer life. You'll never look back.[/quote] Rombauer is amazing wine. No Chardonnay better in my opinion. ...
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re: Switching from White to Red wine, assistance needed - pochejp
[quote]Red Zins under $15 would be a good starting point. No need to spend more than that. [/quote] A great Zin in the price range is Plungerhead. Excellent Zin at about $14 bottle. Rouses carries them. ...
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re: Switching from White to Red wine, assistance needed - pochejp
Repost edit. ...
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re: Switching from White to Red wine, assistance needed - pochejp
Rombauer Zinfandel. Alexanders on Highland Rd carries it as does Calandros and Harvest in Dutchtown. The wife and I discovered the Rombauer winery on one of our Napa CA trips. The winery is north of Napa in St. Helena and they make some of the best wines i've ever tasted. The Chardonnay is exceptio...
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re: Jambalaya Sausage - pochejp
I use many different brands. My primary go to when I'm home is D&J's grocery on Black Bayou road. My secondary these days is Lamendola's smoked sausage. Mass marketed I'll use Verons or Cajun Boy (great tasting sausage) or French Settlement. Sometimes others but NEVER Manda. :cheers:...
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re: My 1 year ago thread, the images we woke up to the next day - pochejp
It was a glorious time in American History no doubt. ...
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re: Trump Dinner in China - pochejp
The news reported this morning they had a steak dinner. That's what they said. Seems American. Lol...
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re: Sometimes I forget that when repairmen come to my house they see my liberal bumper sticker - pochejp
[quote]Today, the air conditioner guy struck up a conversation about the elections last night and we ended up in a nice dialogue about how he is a lifelong Republican but that Trump is pushing him more Democrat. And he even voted for Hillary! I go into every conversation about politics with white me...
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re: Time for Sweet Potato Pie (Photos) - pochejp
One of the best pies I ever ate was a sweet potato pecan pie from Wayne's Bakery in Baton Rouge. Since then I always grab a piece of it when its available somewhere. Thanks for the recipe. I might give it a shot and add the pecan glaze. ...
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re: Bulldog thank you to Stadium Rat and the board for Jambalaya help - pochejp
Looks good to me especially if that was your first jamb. I'm amazed you fed 28 people with enough left over for seconds out of that pot. What size pot is that? 2 gallon? Anyways, looks good. Glad you made down to Gonzales where I live to get some temple meat and LeBlanc's seasonings. Those ingredien...
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re: Where to buy sack of oysters on way back to Baton Rouge from grand isle? - pochejp
Reno's in Sorrento Duckroost Seafood in St.Amant Christians Seafood in Gonzales...
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re: Anybody know who won the Capitol Area United Way Jambalaya Jam? - pochejp
[quote]What about the Boucherie festival last weekend, who won that? [/quote] Another cousin of mine named Jeff Mayer (known as "Zip") won the champ of champions cracklin cook off on Friday night. Don't know who won the jamb contest. ...
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re: Anybody know who won the Capitol Area United Way Jambalaya Jam? - pochejp
[quote]I had some Jeff Parent jambalaya a few weeks ago. Another great cook.[/quote] Jeff is a cousin of mine on my pops side. His mom and dad are my next door neighbors. Good people. You're right he is a great cook too. :cheers:...
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re: Anybody know who won the Capitol Area United Way Jambalaya Jam? - pochejp
[quote]Anybody know who won the Capitol Area United Way Jambalaya Jam? by ea_spartan: I'm pretty sure it was BASF, [b]Carlos Braud[/b].[/quote]The absolute best jamb I've ever eaten was cooked by Carlos. Dude hits it right everytime. ...
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re: How’s your 401k doing? - pochejp
Mine is up: 1 year return is 16.60% Return since Jan 1, 2017 - 12.09%...
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re: Food Board Confession Thread - pochejp
I enjoy pastalaya. I know this board thinks it's the anti-Christ. ...
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re: Head On, Off-The-Boat Shrimp, and Sack of Oysters near New Orleans - pochejp
[quote]Went to seafood lot in Westwego's.[/quote] Where in Westwego is this located? I need to load my freezer up with some shrimp....
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re: Any other wine geeks out there? - pochejp
I enjoy Rombauer Chardonnay and their Zin. Good stuff. I hope the winery survives the fires. ...
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re: Creole Chicken MD (Photos) - pochejp
Looks delicious. I think i'll make that dish one day soon. Thanks. :cheers:...
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