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 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Lollygram - Favorite Type of Bread?

Posted: October 20th, 2017, 4:27 am 

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If memory serves, Lolly's was cornbread. I love it too, but lately I've been on a kick for whole multigrain, a bit dark with lots of semi crunchy variety. Really, I like all kinds, with very few exceptions. I like rye but not caraway seed, and with 'appy polly woggies to JimZ, please leave the di...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Lollygram - Favorite Jam or Jelly?

Posted: October 19th, 2017, 11:53 pm 

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For me, it depends. There aren't many I don't like. Among my favorites, in no particular order, are cherry, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, peach, pineapple, grape, black currant, and once in a while, orange marmalade. Nowadays the only kind I buy is the "no sugar added" k...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Sunday's Brunch

 Post subject: Re: Sunday's Brunch
Posted: October 16th, 2017, 10:51 pm 

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Looks like you needed one more bite of bread to wipe that plate clean. :lol:

And where's the supervisor? :?: We haven't seen honey bear in quite some time.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Now for a Another Stinky Story Part II

Posted: October 16th, 2017, 10:48 pm 

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I put the eggs in a pot of water, turn on the heat; and when it comes to a "berl" I turn off the heat and set a 10 minute timer. When time's up, I dump the hot water, leave the eggs in the pot, "wrench" the eggs in the "zinc" in cold water, and pull them out one at a t...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: How many vinegars in ya pantry?

Posted: October 15th, 2017, 4:23 am 

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I feel your pain. When I lived in sudden (southern) Oregon, I learned what it's like to live with soot and air that's not fit to breathe, that makes you cry continuously for more reasons than one. After we moved to the high desert of northern Nevada, the day I finished clearing the scrub brush and...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Coming back to NOLA and checking my old reliables

Posted: October 15th, 2017, 4:16 am 

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1966 was a bit early for me, but in 1968 I was a galley hand with Universal for Transworld/ Kerr-McGee in Ship Shoal 214 out of Morgan City, and in 1969 a rusty-butt with Do-Less and See-More (Danos & Curole) for Gulf out of Leeville. For Camille, for a day and a half before evacuation, our crew...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Coming back to NOLA and checking my old reliables

Posted: October 14th, 2017, 2:13 am 

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I have been away from New Orleans since 2013, so I have held off. For a while. No surprise that our friend aboy panned Middendorf's. He doesn't enjoy thin fried catfish. If Copcop or Mrs. Fury were still around here, no doubt you would've seen glowing reviews. I've had bad experiences at "...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: How many vinegars in ya pantry?

Posted: October 13th, 2017, 11:51 pm 

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Balsamic for salad dressing.

Plain white for cleaning, "expecially" hard water scale.
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