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re: FBD Patio Weather - Degas
[quote]Grapefruit Holy Roller[/quote]Would love to try this. I recently went into a World of Beer and asked if they had anything grapefruit. No beer, but they had cider that they steered me towards....
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re: went to Prejean's in Lafy Sunday ...hadn't been there in a few years... - Degas
Does Prejean's still feature those cheesy checkered table cloths? [quote]I’d eat at Prejean’s before Randoll’s or Landry’s.[/quote]100% agree....
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re: went to Prejean's in Lafy Sunday ...hadn't been there in a few years... - Degas
[quote]Where would you go then for good Cajun food? We are headed to Lafayette in a few weeks.[/quote]As others have mentioned, check out Bon Temps, and in the evening, check out Randol's for live Cajun music and dancing (not for the food)....
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re: Crawfish & Noodles -Houston, TX - Degas
I have friends who swear that this is the best place on Bellaire. ...
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re: Red Boat Fish Sauce: what to do with it? - Degas
Welcome to the club. I use a dash in most everything....
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re: chili with or w/o noodles? - Degas
Noodles in chili is huge in Cincinnati. ...
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re: Baton Rouge dining - Degas
[quote]Baton Rouge dining[/quote]Although there are places, this oxymoron cracked me up....
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re: Cookbook from New Orleans Chef - Degas
My current favorite cookbook is Chasing the Gator by Isaac Toups of Toups Meatery. ...
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re: King Cake to Wisconsin - Degas
[quote]I'll be shipping a King Cake to relatives in Wisconsin[/quote]Wisconsin is known for their Kringles, which is basically the same concept as a King Cake, only a Kringle is a pastry and infinitely better. A Kringle is round, has filling and is iced just like a King Cake, but is a pastry, not a ...
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re: Alcohol free Heineken. How long will this last? - Degas
and check this out... [link=(https://www.bravus.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAmZDxBRDIARIsABnkbYRTOzSX6qDxZ9TrTjP6a_la_FTOO-6TUyNRdV4zh171CvmIuC2PtykaApcQEALw_wcB)]Non-alcoholic craft brewery[/link] [quote]Forget what you know about non-alcoholic beer. Those watered-down lagers have nothing on the rich, fu...
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re: Alcohol free Heineken. How long will this last? - Degas
[quote]I’ll give it 6 months before they pull the plug on this product.[/quote]I'll take that bet....
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re: I Made Thai Green Curry. Here Are The Pics. How Did I Do? - Degas
[quote]If you are a professional chef or serious home cook, you would be crazy to not discover Red Boat Fish Sauce[/quote]Or anyone for that matter. Three Crabs is a very popular brand but is one of the worst available in my opinion. ...
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re: I Made Thai Green Curry. Here Are The Pics. How Did I Do? - Degas
Nicely done, and I see that you use my favorite brand of fish sauce. If it were me however, I would toss out those black pepper flakes and opt for freshly ground pepper, but other than that, it looks really good....
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re: Dutch oven help - Degas
[quote]What exactly do you cook in the 4qt? Seems small[/quote]One of my Lodge dutch ovens is a 3qt and it's perfect for braised short ribs or a side dish of lentils or other legumes, and it's my go to vessel for hard boiled eggs....
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re: Good Lunch place on 90 between Houma and new Iberia - Degas
Although I haven't eaten there, Boiling Madd in Patterson on US 90 usually has brisk business. I've peeked inside to take a look at the menu because I like to stop next door for cracklins at Black Kettle Cajun Meats, which breaks up my Lafayette to New Orleans drive nicely. Menu for Boiling Madd....
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re: Dutch oven help - Degas
Not sure about those two because I've never worked with them, but I can say that my four different sized Lodge enameled dutch ovens were a lot cheaper than those mentioned and have served me extremely well over the years with no issues, and in hindsight, I don't see the monetary advantage of LeCreus...
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re: Burgers Or Tacos? - Degas
It depends. If it's lengua with pico de gallo and fresh lime, then yes, it's tacos all the way....
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re: WSJ: America Drank Less Wine for First Time in 25 Years - Degas
I knew that white zinfandel sales would taper off once the old people start dying off....
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re: McDonalds - Degas
It's been at least 30 years since I've had a burger from Mac and Don's Supper Club....
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