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Old 02-04-11, 08:09 PM   #51
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Jeez. And I thought we ate some weird seafood here in Louisiana![/URL]
Growing up in Louisiana, it was always my understanding that Cajun food was a "don't ask, don't tell" experience... :-)
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As long as it tastes good...

Its always fun to take out of town visitors to a crawfish boil. "I'm supposed to do what?!? Eat the tail and suck the heads?"
I'm craving grilled oysters now...
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I squeeze the tail, but never could bring myself to suck the head ...

My birthday was last Thursday, so Friday evening we drove down to Prejean's for dinner (I live in the Alexandria area) - The grilled shrimp on my plate were finger-lickin' good! Those kinds of "eat out evenings" (whether Prejean's in Lafayette, Steamboat Warehouse in Washington or Mariner's in Natchitoches, etc.) are relatively rare, but delightful.
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Chicken noodle soup and a grilled cheese sandwish. The cheese was laughing cow light - garlic and herb. Different but pretty good.
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Oops... this thread slipped a bit. Time for more pictures. The last few dinners we've had:

Sweet potato and black been quesadillas


Middle Eastern rice pilaf


Mexican stuffed potatoes
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My semi-famous pot roast.


Brown both sides of a chuck roast in olive oil and garlic , sprinkle on Italian blend seasonings(oregano, thyme, rosemary, basil)then dump a bag of frozen veggies(I like the Caldo blend from Kroger)in and around the roast. Cover almost completely with beef stock/instant bullion and add a bay leaf or two. Leave in oven at 350 degrees for 1hr or so.


Serve with a crusty bread and salad.
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Whole wheat rotini, roasted garlic tomato sauce with 1/2 cup of Romano beans, brussel sprouts. Delish.
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I ate an Asian pear, six tater tots and 2 oz of dark chocolate. No all at once.
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Taco Bell Enchirito

Later, I had a greek yogurt.
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I just learned about the wonders of Greek yogurt this year. How did I miss out on this glorious edible? How come nobody let me in on the secret before? Why did it take 39 years for me to find this miracle? I'm a bit fanatical about the stuff now.
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I hadn't seen it widely available until the beginning of last year. Now one can get it just about anywhere. Good stuff Good stuff. A little tart for the plain, but good stuff.
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I hadn't seen it widely available until the beginning of last year. Now one can get it just about anywhere. Good stuff Good stuff. A little tart for the plain, but good stuff.
I have to use the vanilla flavored stuff. Plain old Greek yogurt just offends my palate in a way I can't quite describe. But the vanilla stuff with fresh fruit is OUTRAGEOUS!
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Mushroom cheesesteak. Gotta have my protein, especially after lugging my comfort hybrid up hills for a while. Besides, I love beef!
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I haven't replied in a while, but lets see, some rice, some potato salad, bear sausage, and a pickle, it was clean out the fridge night....
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Bear sausage? Like, with real bits of bear in it? What does it taste like?

Anyhoo, it was chicken wings and home fries (potato chunks tossed in olive oil, baked in oven) for supper tonight. It was a treat supper night for Mr Cyclokitty because he is adorable. Yes, in my house you get treats for being adorable.
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chicken noodle soup and a grilled chicken sandwich
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Another Asian pear, two Tylenol, two pseudo-ephedrine and some tea.
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Bear sausage? Like, with real bits of bear in it? What does it taste like?

Anyhoo, it was chicken wings and home fries (potato chunks tossed in olive oil, baked in oven) for supper tonight. It was a treat supper night for Mr Cyclokitty because he is adorable. Yes, in my house you get treats for being adorable.
Tastes like bear I suppose, I don't hunt, but a lot of people here do, and considering my wife is a church minister, who has never lived outside the overgrown hamlet of Toronto, they occasionally pass some things along, venison, moose, bear have all graced the table. I end up eating most of it, because she generally doesn't want to try it.... It's a very heavy and dense meat, what part of the bear, I don't think I want to know.....
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Blackened chicken breast, broiled bell pepper strips, blueberries
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Grilled salmon, whole grain pasta with sauted onions and mushrooms. Having a little tea now. It's a good night!
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I'll probably go to hell for this but, strip steak, sauteed mushrooms, sourdough bread and french fries. I washed it all down with a couple of Sam Adams Nobel Pils. I'm bad and will pay for it tomorrow, but for tonight I'm tasty happy.
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