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re: Looking for something my mom always made at thanksgiving..anyone know what this is? - bdevill
I don't think you'll ever get anybody to agree with anything other than what pleases their palate, as it should be.. but for me, there is a substantial improvement in the quality of taste say for example, between jello instant pudding and Girardelli chocolate that's cooked into a pudding, and the sa...
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re: Gravy argument - bdevill
A block button would also be nice....
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re: Gravy argument - bdevill
We need a triggered emoticon....
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re: Gravy argument - bdevill
I'm sorry. Cajuns don't want you to be triggered.. but when we were taught to make what people call "a grease gravy", the most important thing, is not to muddy the gravy with extra flour, corn starch etc. it's purely the slow cooked renderings of the meat, (with as little fat or grease as possible...
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re: Gravy argument - bdevill
I mean.. If you can't make a gravy without adding roux.. pauvre bête.....
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re: Looking for something my mom always made at thanksgiving..anyone know what this is? - bdevill
[quote]Donald Link has a variation of it in one of his cookbooks[/quote] Quality ingredients like home made whip cream instead of Cool Whip make the difference....
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re: Old Logan’s site in front of mall - bdevill
[quote]Monte F'N Cristo. [/quote] I bow to its magnificence. :bow:...
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re: Gravy argument - bdevill
[quote]roux is for stew or gumbo[/quote] Same here. I've never even seen roux added to a gravy from roast meats. Too thick. :yack:...
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re: Old Logan’s site in front of mall - bdevill
[quote]Should open up as a[/quote] Bennigan's...
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re: New Orleans food gifts for clients - bdevill
I like sending Community Coffee gift sets. [link=(https://www.communitycoffee.com/products/more)]LINK[/link]...
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re: Gravy argument - bdevill
[quote]Friends come to eat and tell me it’s been cooked all wrong. I didnt cook it with roux. [/quote] Alexandria... Say no more....
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re: Trump Dinner in China - bdevill
[quote] I highly doubt that he would notice the difference between regular beef and Waygu. [/quote] I wouldn't sell Trump short on his discernment or acumen. Hillary did.. and look "what happened"....
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re: A Lil Boudin Trail of My Own - bdevill
Krotz Springs is better than Opelousas, too. ...
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re: Toppings for sausage poboy - bdevill
[quote]Where is Frey coming from?[/quote] Superfoods on 2nd Street in Crowley is the only place that carries Frey sausage, at this time. ...
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re: Louisiana Pantry Staples - bdevill
Argo Corn starch...
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re: Toppings for sausage poboy - bdevill
Ralph Frey makes it in Mowata and sells to the restaurant industry. It's available through him, personally. I'll update with store info asap....
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re: Toppings for sausage poboy - bdevill
[quote]I honestly expected at least a couple votes for jack millers. [/quote] Jack Miller's is good on everything barbecue'd, toasted French bread, garlic bread, rice dressing, sausage. Like everything else that comes out of Ville Platte, I think it's a Cajun thing, yet to be widely discovered....
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re: Any good casserole recipes? - 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: Best Thanksgiving Side dishes - bdevill
Corn Bread Dressing Rice Dressing ...
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re: A Lil Boudin Trail of My Own - bdevill
[quote]15 – 20 large sweet potatoes [/quote] That oughta do it! :lol: Going with 1/4 the amount should work great. Thanks for posting....
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