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 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Well, OK. Some Holiday Goodies. BUT...

Posted: Today, 10:46 am 

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Speaking as a Philadelphia bred northerner (love the south, now gun 'toten westerner),
for me that list also needs:
*a moist dressing with oysters, onions, celery, etc.
*a gallon of light brown turkey gravy,
*a green bean casserole, and
*white mashed potatoes to house a lake of 'dat gravy.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: WHAT IF I TOLD YOU...

 Post subject: Re: WHAT IF I TOLD YOU...
Posted: Today, 10:31 am 

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.....as long as you eat food in moderate portions.....

That's the trick part of this question. What defines a moderate portion? And if your meal is super good, is an extra bite going to push you over the edge?

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Lollygram - Thanksgiving

Posted: Today, 10:19 am 

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As I am all by myself this year, I am "shopping" for a place to go for Thanksgiving dinner. :|

Many of the more general restaurants are closed. Best bet will be the various hotel restaurants. But $40 to $60 for what is basically a "buffet meal" is kind of pricey.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Lollygram - Smoked Salmon, Yes or No?

Posted: Yesterday, 8:22 pm 

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In my younger years it was made with a bagel. In my later years I switched to an English Muffin (easier on the teeth). One of the world's great sandwiches: >1/2 begal, >layer of cream cheese, >layer of lox - smoked salmon, >slice of a sweet onion, preferably a Bermuda onion, >slice of...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Lollygram - Favorite Form of Eggs

Posted: Yesterday, 8:07 pm 

Replies: 4
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An "omelet" is a very wide ranging description for me. It means put all sorts of things in a medium pan: -meats - bacon, ham, beef, chicken, salmon, -veggies - onions (all colors), celery, bell peppers, carrots, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, -cheeses, herbs, salt, pepper, all chopped or slic...

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Suddenly Deprived Good Food, You Value What You Had

Posted: November 18th, 2017, 4:00 pm 

Replies: 10
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CittiS wrote:
...Good thing, you had your PC eyes open so that they took you to a hospital and not a Doc-In-The-Box...


I haven't heard that term before, but I think it's great! :lol:

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Favorite Leftover Turkey Meals?

Posted: November 18th, 2017, 3:53 pm 

Replies: 5
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Dressing and Gravy.

I could eat great dressing with great gravy 'til the cows (turkeys) come home.

 Forum: Mr. Lake's Nonpompous New Orleans Food Forum   Topic: Cooked Turkey Dinner Yesterday

Posted: November 17th, 2017, 5:59 pm 

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Views: 44


Happy Thanksgiving to you. I trust your cooking efforts made everyone present feel a little more like being at home.

Regards from Sharky and Awt.
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