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 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Best restaurant for pies

Posted: January 20th, 2018, 11:41 pm 

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Can I git me some Amens for Hithers and Yons!?...Aboy done went and rewinded me to that Sunshine State over on the Atlantic coast: Florida. There was this roadside eatery called Stuckey's. Their pecan and sweet potato pies were sooooo heralded, that locals living near Stuckey's stops, had to struggl...

 Forum: Soap Box   Topic: $6 Billlion Per Week In Taxpayer Costs?

Posted: January 20th, 2018, 11:13 pm 

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Well, shut me down and call me shorty: Why us taxpayers, with them pending raises, can pay that chump change off. But Holy Bank Accounts, Batman! It is debatable as to how many weeks of our hard earned pay we'll have to tender. "Batman." "Yes, Robin? What is it?" "Holy IRS...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Best restaurant for pies

Posted: January 18th, 2018, 9:53 pm 

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"Two Pennies From Afar": Savory : Tee Eva's crawfish pie Sweet : Camellia Grill's pecan pie. (and even in these brrrrr temps -- risking brain freeze -- I'd ax 'em for two plops of vanilla ice cream. The stuff would be a gone pecan! Hee, pies and levity: Once upon a time, there was an ...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Stay Warm, Y'all!

 Post subject: Re: Stay Warm, Y'all!
Posted: January 16th, 2018, 11:04 pm 

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Ahhh, the irony: Cooked up a pot of surf-n-turf (shrimp and chicken) gumbo last Sunday for a family gathering-- unfortunately it was a part of a re-past meal....But as to this up and down weather: heck a body ain't sure whether to go shopping for swimwear or firewood!

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Favorite restaurant for country cooking

Posted: January 15th, 2018, 11:29 pm 

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Yeah, SharkysPal. You are soooo right! Mea Culpa. Those beans (yellowish ones) were called butter beans. But this much was for true: some accomplished home cooks over in those parts would agree that if the b'beans were not cooked enough they'd come off with a 'waxy' finish. And speak of limas over ...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Favorite restaurant for country cooking

Posted: January 15th, 2018, 3:02 am 

Replies: 17
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....And then, as Life gives Us, One makes a new life, a new life in whatever city, state or country! Give Us even more thinkable ???s, tigersbh!

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Favorite restaurant for country cooking

Posted: January 15th, 2018, 2:41 am 

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Teee, tiger! I've not see or heard where Dunbar's is these days, but here's hopin they still can turn out a mess of some Lima beans!...It was up over there along the Carolinas that 'they; were calling them 'butter beans.' And, well, talking about country cooking, fix me up a pot of Limas and - Suffe...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Favorite restaurant for country cooking

Posted: January 14th, 2018, 12:36 pm 

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Here's waving at ya, willifred: Good to "see" ya and good to know that you are among the numbers who loves some Dunbars!. Y'awll can blame tigersbh and Oyster for this medd'lin. Most of the time, I blame my ownself's self. Hee!...Show up more often willifred. Will ya?
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