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re: Birthday dinner in CBD/ warehouse district suggestions? - Degas
Coming in for the Bayou Classic? :pimp: If it were my birthday, I'd hit up happy hour oysters at Seaworthy, then Peche. ...
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re: Will Waitr survive? - Degas
I woke up to a message on my phone this morning that they are dropping all delivery fees to $4. "WAITR - Raping the restaurants and passing the savings on to you."...
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re: Rice cooker that dings-beeps when ready - Degas
[quote]Rice cooker that dings-beeps when ready[/quote]I'm not sure why you'd need one that dings-beeps. You can't overcook the rice because it shuts off automatically, and the rice stays hot forever....
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re: Best combination of side items - Degas
Kimchee / Gommae...
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re: Quebec City Recommendations? - Degas
[quote]I figured I may be in my room watching LSU with some good brew[/quote]From my visits, this will be your best bet. There's not really a BWW sort of place with a gazillion screens that would be willing put on something obscure. Quebec is a hockey city where the NHL Nordiques used to play until ...
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re: “Stuffed Gator Tail” timelapse for the tailgate. Geaux Tigers - Degas
Looking great! What does it look like?...
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re: Quebec City Recommendations? - Degas
[b]Aux Anciens Canadiens[/b] which has been around since 1675 featuring rustic, meat driven dishes...caribou, bison, elk, and the likes. When I travel, I prefer to eat and drink local things that I couldn't at home, and this restaurant best showcases indigenous Quebec food more than any other. (If y...
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re: Had a Banh Mi from Dang's on Florida Blvd Yesterday - Degas
I loves me some Dangs, best in the city. My only knock on the place is that it sometimes takes seemingly forever for pho to come out, while it's lightning fast at other places, but Dangs broth is easily my favorite in the city, and the broth is everything. ...
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re: Accidentally bought some alligator legs and not tail meat. - Degas
[quote]What do i do?[/quote]Figure out how Bon Temps makes theirs in Lafayette. They do a tasty appetizer featuring twice cooked gator legs with a sweet and sour Thai sauce. Their app is called Swamp Legs, and it's paired with duck legs with mango salsa (Gator left, duck right) [img]https://s3-me...
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re: Beef Tongue tacos in Lafayette - Degas
[quote]Skip it go get the Hot Hot from Pops baby.[/quote]Not sure what chicken has to do with this thread, but ok......
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re: Beef Tongue tacos in Lafayette - Degas
I'll check it out. Thanks....
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Beef Tongue tacos in Lafayette - Degas
Where can I find lengua tacos? I've tried Pagua's and just wasn't impressed. I haven't seen them at La Morenita Meat Market the times I've been there, and I know el Paso doesn't carry them. I'm probably looking for a hole in the wall Mexican place with little English spoken. Thanks in advance, wi...
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re: Beef Tongue - Degas
Beef tongue (lengua) tacos are incredible....
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re: Ate Pho for the first time - Degas
[quote]a big bowl is like $5[/quote][quote]Posted on 10/7/1986[/quote]...
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re: Ate Pho for the first time - Degas
[quote]when you add the correct proportions of hoisin, siracha[/quote]Actually, if you want to eat it the Vietnamese way, the hoisin and s[b]r[/b]iracha would be put in a side dish for dipping. [img]https://i.pinimg.com/originals/13/98/d5/1398d54bd31ac2cb1bed6dccafb64d41.jpg[/img]...
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re: Sunday meal prep for family ideas - Degas
[quote]My wife is very pregnant and my kid[b]s[/b]...[/quote]Dude, slow down....
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re: Favorite Fair Food - Degas
Pig Lickers in Minnesota - Bacon dipped halfway into chocolate, sprinkled with sea salt. ...
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re: Do I cook the Ribeye cap the same as a Ribeye? - Degas
[quote]I did sous vide to 135 then seared. It was perfect[/quote]You can't say that here. Real men in Louisiana don't sous vide....
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re: Vacuum sealer - Degas
Foodsaver. Skip the bags and go for the rolls so that you can custom make your own sizes. The cheapest rolls are on Amazon. I get the box of five with three 11" rolls and two 8" rolls. ETA: [link=(https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0028JURDQ/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1)]LINK[...
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re: What is the GOAT lunch when at work? - Degas
I pack a couple of banh mi for lunch. Pickle my own vegetables and I grab some Vietnamese bologna from the Asian mart. Sriracha mayo, cucumber and cilantro....
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