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Lucille

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  1. Lucille

    Cajun Country

    House of seafood? I am not familiar with this one.
  2. Lucille

    Y'all Are Shamelessly Remiss!

    Ah, good plan. After a few beers, they won't care where it came from. Alla is this weekend, my brother says he was invited to ride. As of yesterday noon, he has no clue what float, what theme, what color or what rider order that will be. An engineer, too. ha! I do not miss peerades, I do not miss peerades.
  3. Lucille

    Cajun Country

    Mayhaw, That tag line is not funny.... You rubbin it in sha.
  4. Lucille

    Y'all Are Shamelessly Remiss!

    Hi Comfort Me, I really like hot italian sausage in my beans. Don't forget ...white beans are cajun, red beans are a New Orleans thing. hee-hee Have you finished your menu yet?
  5. Lucille

    Y'all Are Shamelessly Remiss!

    Dear Fistfullaroux, Here's where the argument starts: rice. I only use long grain rice. Specifically Mahatma (made in my hometown). Never ever ever ever use Uncle Ben's perverted rice for this. The rice should be rinsed well 3 times before cooking, and only be seasoned while cooking with salt and a splash of plain ol white vinegar. It should be perfectly cooked. I invested in a rice cooker years ago, but occasionally have done it on the stove. The directions on the bag for stovetop cooking use a little too much water. Use a heavy saucepan, follow the directions, but hold about 1/4 cup of water out. It should be ever so slightly dry (to hold only the sauce) and not at all crunchy. This rice is also perfect for gumbos, ettoufees, and jambos. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Very few people in cyberspace I have met follow this philosophy. Everyone (cajun) I know does.
  6. Lucille

    Cajun Country

    Re: Guiding Star... Boiling Point is better. :-)
  7. Lucille

    Hot Links

    I followed the directions and cooked them in the oven. Beef Lymphnodes......
  8. Please tell me Folse is not still sprinkling purple cabbage, orange carrots and green onions over everything. heh, heh..
  9. Ah.... The man stepped on my toe once, when I tried to teach him to dance. I know how the horse feels. Signed, Former Posse Member
  10. Lucille

    Hot Links

    Fifi, Been gone a while...but I bought some Pitts Links, cooked them...(smelled good) Took my first bite...YUCK! I spit that stuff out so fast....then I looked a the ingredients... File 13...............blech! p.s. It was not hot at all. But I survived to ask you...YOU LIKE THIS STUFF?
  11. Let me know if the Jefferson Parish Sheriff Posse still rides. and are women still allowed.....
  12. Mahaw, You are right about Miss Lucy....and her diction. Sweet lady, but I know NO cajun woman who speaks this way. and John Folse drives me nuts. River Region.....ba-humbug.
  13. Lucille

    Boudin?

    Hi Joe, It's the brand name. I buy mine at Menard's in New Iberia. Lil corner grocery. Found this though.. Bodins Cajun Foods, (337) 367-1344, Avenue D, New Iberia, LA Lucille
  14. Lucille

    Hot Links

    Fifi, Now you got my curiousity aroused. The hot links I have eaten recently are I think made in Pittsburg,TX. They are at the grocery stores here...everywhere. I am outside of Tyler, TX. I will look for brand name when out next.
  15. Lucille

    Jambalaya

    Mayhaw, I just saw your tag line...good one. LaPlace is a strange place, le place...it's not New Olreans, and it's not Houma, it's not Westwego, nor Marrero....it a place all it's own. I find the locals there quite different from the counterparts going west from there. Then there's Houma. I lived there for a while right off hwy 90, and I mean right off...acutally, Gray, LA. It was a smelding (made that word up, I think) of Thibodeaux and LaFouche peoples. I find the two quite different in dialect as well. Both have very high regard for white shrimp boots. It's a uniform yanno.
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