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 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Childhood Favorites

 Post subject: Re: Childhood Favorites
Posted: October 13th, 2016, 12:58 pm 

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I never had an appetite in the morning but when I was a kid my mother, wanting to see me get some nourishment before heading off to school, always kept Carnation Instant Breakfast on hand. This was a powder (I liked chocolate) which was mixed with milk. I liked it!

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Big Dale

 Post subject: Big Dale
Posted: October 12th, 2016, 5:03 pm 

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Lolly and CopCop let me know that Big Dale can't log in to the forum. I attempted to reactivate his account without success. Dale, please create a new account (using Big Dale as your user name if the software allows -- if not create a user name which is similar such as BigDale so active members will...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Cooking Fried Chicken

 Post subject: Re: Cooking Fried Chicken
Posted: January 24th, 2015, 2:53 pm 

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Thanks, LadyGray! I haven't tried this yet but now I'm even more encouraged to do so. I think this would work great with onion rings, too.

By the way, I saw that if you don't have buttermilk on-hand you can add some vinegar to whole milk and get the same texture.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Cooking Fried Chicken

 Post subject: Cooking Fried Chicken
Posted: January 17th, 2015, 12:33 am 

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Saw the television show's Pioneer Woman cooking fried chicken...she seasons five cups of flour (I think) with salt, pepper, and various dried spices then dribbles a half-cup of buttermilk/milk into the flour while stirring to produce a slightly lumpy but still-dry mixture for coating the chicken (wh...

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

 Post subject: Re: Grimilles
Posted: January 9th, 2015, 12:58 pm 

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Thanks Expat. I'd never even heard of this until Panama Hat's post.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Cafe Minh

 Post subject: Re: Cafe Minh
Posted: January 3rd, 2015, 8:00 am 

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Cafe Minh is on Canal Street near Carrollton.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Cafe Minh

 Post subject: Re: Cafe Minh
Posted: January 2nd, 2015, 8:14 pm 

Replies: 5
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We were there for New Year's Eve dinner. Again, wonderful food of high quality. When I told a friend, he said "You get what you pay for".

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Happy New Year to Everyone!

Posted: December 31st, 2014, 11:05 am 

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Same here, Rawleen!
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