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re: Supper Club Baton Rouge - Leighton Carbo? - LouisianaLady
That's what I'm saying :lol:. They seem to have decorated the place well and want to do something impressive, but they're not offering anything interesting. Creme brûlée is one of easiest desserts you can make, and bringing the torch to the table doesn't change anything about it or elevate it in ...
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re: Supper Club Baton Rouge - Leighton Carbo? - LouisianaLady
[quote]This place seems right up you and LL's alley. [/quote] Not IMO. Looks pretty uninspiring, food wise. Looks like it’s really pretty inside, though. Would be a cool spot to get drinks if I lived on that side of town. This wine dinner coming up at Rouj on Monday sounds way more interesti...
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re: Supper Club Baton Rouge - Leighton Carbo? - LouisianaLady
[quote]best experience food related, I've ever had[/quote] Interesting. I've been amped for this place for weeks since so little info was given besides that it will be so different, but seeing everyone's soft opening food pics really took the wind out of my sails. There's a place in River Oak...
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re: Question for any vets (animals) out there. - LouisianaLady
There was a big study that came out a few years ago that hit every news outlet, and it revealed a lot of expensive grain free foods were not as great as people think - some outright terrible. Purina got one of the highest ratings, if I remember right. ...
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re: BR teen beaten on Nebraska St dies at hospital; alleged attacker facing upgraded charges - LouisianaLady
I go on weekends some. Place gets packed on peak nights -- certainly wouldn't be odd that these young guys were there even if they're not gay. The area is horrible, though. Back in the Yellow Cab days, we had one night where an employee closing up refused to leave the club until we were safely pi...
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re: WFDT - LouisianaLady
Air fryer wings and a bowl of sliced garden cucumbers...
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re: Supper Club Baton Rouge - Leighton Carbo? - LouisianaLady
I'm gonna go check it out because I try to check everything out. But I will say.. nothing I've seen so far in photos, reviews, on the menu, etc. seems mind blowing considering the marketing and hype around it....
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re: Lunch Thray: Return of dpr edition - LouisianaLady
I had a big meatball, side salad, and a taste of something Italian....
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re: Why are scrubs still worn so much? - LouisianaLady
[quote]Fact: elastic waistbands are more comfortable than anything that falls into the "business casual" category.[/quote] Women can avoid waistbands altogether by wearing dresses. I wear a dress every day for this reason. ...
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re: Supper Club Baton Rouge - Leighton Carbo? - LouisianaLady
Unless I’m missing something, I don’t think it’s an actual supper club with memberships and whatnot like you’re thinking. That’s just the name of it. ...
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re: Coming back into the US and noticing all the fats walking around - LouisianaLady
[quote]dont confuse the typical louisiana meal of rice smoothered in gravy make you think its unhealthy. [/quote] "Gravy" is a loose term anyway. I make foods with some sort of cooking liquid/sauce all the time that aren't high in calories. Cooking down a well seasoned protein for a few hour...
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re: Chauna Banks on the EBR Teacher Shortage - LouisianaLady
[quote]My suspicion is the only successful model for struggling inner city schools is boarding schools. You have to remove young impressionable minds from their toxic environment. I just don’t see anything like this ever happening, but it’s the only way I can see how you break this cycle. [/quote] ...
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re: Chauna Banks on the EBR Teacher Shortage - LouisianaLady
[quote]one said he didn’t know anybody who sent their kids to public school.[/quote] Talking to people from out of state about this is always funny because they are so stunned by it. The majority of the middle class going to private school is unheard of in many other places. Private school is som...
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re: GMT - LouisianaLady
Wait I replied too soon. Lol. I thought you meant mold in your home. Y’all are pending closing right now, right?...
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re: GMT - LouisianaLady
I’m hungry. That sounds delicious. We rarely cook breakfast foods, but I love them. ...
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re: Who here remembers pencil fighting in grade school? - LouisianaLady
[quote]I still have 3 clearly visible deep pencil lead tattoos in my hands from 48 or so years ago. [/quote] I have one in my thumb also :lol: I’ve probably had it since 2nd grade. ...
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re: What are your favorite veggie side dishes? - LouisianaLady
Cabbage is hands down the most underrated vegetable, and it’s my personal favorite. ...
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re: What are your favorite veggie side dishes? - LouisianaLady
Seared and sautéed baby bok choy w/ misc. Asian sauces When I roasted sprouts, I give them a few pulses in the food processor or knife them into shreds before roasting. Makes them a good base for saucy dishes when you don't want the heaviness of potatoes/polenta/etc. I season them well and usuall...
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re: Cajun Ninja's Got a Cookbook Coming Out - LouisianaLady
[quote]He's not reinventing the wheel, but he's doing solid basic stuff that most people in S. La. grew up eating/cooking. Seems like it would be a good resource for those who didn't, and even those who may have who just like to follow him on YouTube, as others have stated. [/quote] Agreed. I fo...
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re: El Pollo Loco in B.R. closed? - LouisianaLady
[quote]PeiWei was awful [/quote] Yeha, maybe the others were better, but ours was garbage....
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