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Come down in the fall. We'll make'm for a Saints or LSU tailgate.

OT: broccoli rabe in garlic, steamed mussels, H2O.

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That sounds like good eating, BT! If we ever get a chance to meet, I would love to get a taste of that. ;-)

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Should have spell checked that last one...

Guess I was, but really just meant to convey it as it was explained to me.

I watched Emeril do a show once on tailgating food. One of the things he did was hollow out Anaheim chilis, stuff them with a mixture of roasted corn, goat cheese, crawfish tails (you squeamish folk could substitute peeled, deveined shrimp) scallion, and garlic. Wrap them in foil, and oven roast them. He left them in the foil for service. I've made them quite a few times for parties and have modified the recipe a few times, using ground beef, pork, and chicken and subbed in blue cheese and cheddar.

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Mmmmm jalapeno poppers. Good stuff!

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You're assuming I want the heat toned down.

The Mrs. doesn't especially like spicy, so I rather aggressively removed the membranes as well as the seeds. They were barely hot at all - almost sweet. DAMN!

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Va, someone brought those to the arty I attended last wekend. They roasted them on the grill. The key to toning the heat down was soaking the oeppers in a salt brine.

Delish.

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I had this and it was unbelievably good. I am blown away by how delicious this was.

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Just finished a rib eye steak medium rare from the grill with an order of Great Onion Rings from Applebee's. I've come to love these Onion Rings. You should try them crispy and really great tasting.

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TooMuch, Thats not a daily occurrence by any means. I've found that a splurge once in a while makes me very happy. Unfortunately, the next day, my body tells me otherwise.

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Back to fish, greens, and legumes.

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Well I wish I could eat 2000kcal meals like BT. That must be fucking nice that's all I can say.

Big chunk of fresh (supposedly) Salmon here.

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