Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Baton Rouge, LA
Biography:Attended UL and LSU. Live in Baton Rouge
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re: Rice cooker that dings-beeps when ready - bdevill
Hitachi doesn't make the traditional, old time Chime O Matic any longer, from what I'm told.. but E-bay occasionally has a few. [link=(https://www.ebay.com/itm/HITACHI-CHIME-O-MATIC-RD-5083-8-3-CUP-AUTOMATIC-RICE-COOKER-STEAMER/163883126880?epid=1710219432&hash=item2628321060:g:1egAAOSwyE1dj3LI...
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re: Best combination of side items - bdevill
Smothered cabbage and black eye peas...
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re: Gumbo Chicken Stock - bdevill
[quote]Isn't that salty though?[/quote] I've never found it to be too salty. Especially not for a big pot of gumbo....
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re: Cracklin in BR area. - bdevill
If you do go by Bergeron's try those smoked chicken and pepper jack cheese bites, that they have in the hot case. ...
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re: What's the very BEST salad in BR and where is it? - bdevill
Chicken Shwarma Salad at Roman's is very good....
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re: Top drag Brunches in Nola - bdevill
Sounds awful....
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re: Question in reference to Boudin & Gator Meat - bdevill
Ronnie's would be my first choice for boudin, 9830 Florida Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70815, 225-216-7151. Hebert's Specialty Meats has decent boudin and it's closer in town. They also have an excellent prepared meats selection that you might want to stock your ice chest with. Hebert's: 7949 Jeffer...
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re: What are some of your favorite cast iron skillet recipes? - bdevill
[quote]he steel wool is gonna do more damage to the seasoning than dish soap will. [/quote] I said scrape, not scour or scrub.. You can use a light duty sponge if you can't control yourself....
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re: What contributes to a successful chain restaurant jumping the shark? PF Chang's - bdevill
Look at the manager of a place that falls so low. Therein lies the problem....
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re: What are some of your favorite cast iron skillet recipes? - bdevill
You'll also quickly learn the beauty of frying bacon in your cast iron skillet, leaving the bacon grease in the pan and frying eggs in the bacon grease. There's nothing better in the morning. Fried bologna is also great in a cast iron skillet, scrambled eggs.. all that. Just don't wash the skill...
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re: Pot Luck Chicken Spaghetti recipe? - bdevill
Cheesy Chicken and Spaghetti Casserole Ingredients 1 (12 ounce) package angel hair, thin vermicelli or thin spaghetti noodles 3 cups chopped, cooked chicken 1/4 cup finely minced onion 1 small bell pepper, finely minced 1 rib celery, finely minced 1 medium garlic clove, minced fine 1 tabl...
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re: I recently tried Raising Cane's for the first time - bdevill
[quote]chicken shack[/quote] Speaking of overrated.....
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re: What are some of your favorite cast iron skillet recipes? - bdevill
This is a recipe for [link=(https://www.tastemade.com/videos/5-cheese-baked-spaghetti)]Five Cheese Baked Spaghetti[/link]. You can modify ingredients, add chicken, crumbled or sliced Italian Sausage or whatever, to fit your preference....
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re: What are some of your favorite cast iron skillet recipes? - bdevill
On weekend mornings I like making frittatas. You can use whatever ingredients you like, brown some breakfast sausage or Italian sausage and throw it in there and use whatever cheese you like, but these are basic instruction on how to cook it. Ingredients: 8 Large Eggs 1/2 cup whole milk salt ...
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re: Cooking For College Frat - bdevill
Jambalaya, chicken and sausage gumbo, corn bread, collard greens, white beans and sausage and sweet tea. You can make everything ahead and freeze the gumbo, collard greens, beans and jambalaya (without the rice) and make the rice and corn bread when you get there. ...
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re: Who here remembers "Silver Moon Cafe" behind the tracks on Nicholson? - bdevill
You'd go in there starving, thinking you're gonna finish one of those Styrofoam bowls of delicious meat, rice and beans and 3/4 of the way through it was like.. no way in hell can I finish this. ...
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re: Italian Recipe - bdevill
Chicken and Spinach Lasagne ¼ pound butter (1stick) 1 medium onion, chopped 1 garlic clove minced 3/4 cup unbleached all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups chicken stock 1 ½ cup of milk (warmed) 1 pound of mozzarella cheese, shredded 1 cup freshly grated Parmesan Reggiano cheese 4-5 basi...
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re: Italian Recipe - bdevill
Baked Ziti and Meatballs Use your favorite meatball recipe, and a good jar of marinara, like Rao’s, ricotta, mozzarella and Parmesan cheese, and ziti noodles. Boil the ziti noodles two minutes shy of al dente and in a lightly greased large casserole dish, layer the noodles, then meatballs, then...
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re: I need a good white beans recipe - bdevill
[quote]o matter what, ALWAYS brown sausage.[/quote] I'll respectfully disagree. You can sweat the sausage til the flavor meld or boil the hocks but browning sausage, ham hocks and tasso isn't necessary. [quote]Hell, ALWAYS season and brown any meat you’re adding to a dish.[/quote] You don'...
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re: Best seafood in Baton Rouge - bdevill
I really like the fried catfish at [link=(https://headsandtailsseafood.com/menu/)]Heads and Tails[/link]...
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