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Old 02-08-2020, 10:11 AM   #16
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Fire that jet up and I'll meet you at Jeff City.

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Hey Sanders, keep adding to it, you've got two incoming.
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Hey Sanders, keep adding to it, you've got two incoming.
Heh! Come on over! Someone bring some more beer, though. I only have a couple left.
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How did it come out?
Came out great! Besides the changes I made above, I put too much chicken in it (although it didn't hurt the recipe at all) and I also used Kitchen Basics seafood stock instead of chicken stock. I was afraid the seafood stock might overtake the flavor profile, but it didn't, especially because I wound up a little light on the shrimp because my wife kept snacking on them before I could get them into the pot.
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Came out great! Besides the changes I made above, I put too much chicken in it (although it didn't hurt the recipe at all) and I also used Kitchen Basics seafood stock instead of chicken stock. I was afraid the seafood stock might overtake the flavor profile, but it didn't, especially because I wound up a little light on the shrimp because my wife kept snacking on them before I could get them into the pot.
The only time I use seafood stock is when cooking a large paella, I use chicken stock for everything else.
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I loves me some hot, Cajun jambalaya. Crawfish etoufee (sp?) with wild rice as well.
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Damn this thread is making me hungry and sounds really good.
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My parents are at Mardi Gras now on a RV trip, wonder how the food is.
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My parents are at Mardi Gras now on a RV trip, wonder how the food is.
When I was there a few years ago, I couldn't find anything worth a crap. It was all basically "no spices" "Cajun food" - for the tourists. I have a higher tolerance for spicy foods than most folks - white or otherwise - but I would still like to at least feel a little bite to my Cajun food.

Best jambalaya I had on that trip was when we were driving back home and spent the night in Austin, TX. Wife and I picked a place near the hotel and it turned out to have outstanding food - not only great jambalaya, but they cooked their steaks perfect to the point the meat just melted in your mouth.
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When I was there a few years ago, I couldn't find anything worth a crap. It was all basically "no spices" "Cajun food" - for the tourists. I have a higher tolerance for spicy foods than most folks - white or otherwise - but I would still like to at least feel a little bite to my Cajun food.

Best jambalaya I had on that trip was when we were driving back home and spent the night in Austin, TX. Wife and I picked a place near the hotel and it turned out to have outstanding food - not only great jambalaya, but they cooked their steaks perfect to the point the meat just melted in your mouth.
You have to get off the beaten path for the good food.

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You have to get off the beaten path for the good food.

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On that same trip, I was looking for Mississippi hot tamales. I'd heard of them, but never had eaten them, me being used to Mexican tamales, I wanted to taste the difference. Never found a tamale stand in Mississippi, but I stopped for gas on the way back through New Orleans and looked over and saw a Mississippi hot tamale stand! So, I pulled up to it after filling up the gas tank and visited with the folks and bought some of their tamales. Quite different than the ones I am used to. They were spicy, but quite greasy and wrapped in paper instead of corn husks. Kind of reminded me of Hormel tamales in the can, but with some spice to them.

It's funny how difficult it can be to find good "local" foods, sometimes.

In Germany, it was a lot easier to find an Italian restaurant than a German one. Probably easier now to find a kebab joint than any of them, now.
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On that same trip, I was looking for Mississippi hot tamales. I'd heard of them, but never had eaten them, me being used to Mexican tamales, I wanted to taste the difference. Never found a tamale stand in Mississippi, but I stopped for gas on the way back through New Orleans and looked over and saw a Mississippi hot tamale stand! So, I pulled up to it after filling up the gas tank and visited with the folks and bought some of their tamales. Quite different than the ones I am used to. They were spicy, but quite greasy and wrapped in paper instead of corn husks. Kind of reminded me of Hormel tamales in the can, but with some spice to them.

It's funny how difficult it can be to find good "local" foods, sometimes.

In Germany, it was a lot easier to find an Italian restaurant than a German one. Probably easier now to find a kebab joint than any of them, now.
I know they used to dye a lot of the hot dogs red. Don't know if they still do that, but sometimes you couldn't tell the red hots from the regular hot dogs.

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I know they used to dye a lot of the hot dogs red. Don't know if they still do that, but sometimes you couldn't tell the red hots from the regular hot dogs.

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Here in Texas Red Dyed Sausages are popular with the groids!
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