FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

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  1. dcallamerican

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    Yea half-smokes, hot dogs, sausauges (non-casings} need to split down the middle.


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  2. macbk

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    Missing out.
     
  3. dcallamerican

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  4. B Sox

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    Nope #Regional
     
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  5. dcallamerican

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  6. Kimchi Papi

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    Dooky Chase’s? I’ve been several times by not in within the last several years. I think it’s one of the best restaraunts in the country. If ever in Nawlins one must go there & Willie Mae’s Scotch House home of America’s best fried chicken...

    Edit - My wife reminded me that one should try Willie Mae's fried cat fish to. So if one goes there, try the fried chicken & the fried cat fish (as well as the corn bread muffins).
     
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  7. B Sox

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    I've only been to Willie Mae's, which was great.

    I have a work conference there in Feb though, so I want to try a couple spots I haven't been to.
     
  8. dcallamerican

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    :rofl: 7:50 Mark

    That is what I am talking about. I guess he will have a miscarriage too!

     
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  9. lawdog1

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    I didn’t get the best recommendations before the one time I visited New Orleans. Only spots I went to that I remember the names are Emeril’s, which was very good, and Cafe Du Monde for beignets, which lived up to the hype.

    I also remember having fried gator tails at some place on Burboun Street. Yes, tasted like chicken...shrug...
     
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  10. suavamente

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    fave NOLA spots:

    Shaya
    Cochon
    harbor seafood
    toups
    commander's palace
    Willie Mae's
    Turkey and the Bear
     
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  11. mplsdunk

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    I need to get to Nola. Commanders is on my list.
     
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  12. tay1

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    Going in March. Will check them all out :pimp:
     
  13. ahat20

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    NO, Htown and ATL on my list on US cities to visit.
     
  14. suavamente

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    hit me when you go for recs my g
     
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  15. lawdog1

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    Food aside, I loved the week I spent in NOLA even though I was there in August when it was hot and humid AF and my hotel was kind of crap. Just a super fun place with a lot of cool things to see/do.
     
  16. Kimchi Papi

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    Nawlins is also great for Pho & hybrid Viet poboys (Viet food in general). It’s kinda crazy how creole & Cajun along with Viet cooking have so much French influence.

    Also for friend chicken, gotta check this spot that’s owned by a Viet family. It’s a convience store called Manchu Food Store. It’s not the worlds best fried chicken but it’s really good. If I lived there it would be my everyday spot.

    It’s funny, I used to think Baltimore was the only place that something like “shrimp yack”.

    https://www.manchuchicken.com/menu/

     
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  17. |A-Man|

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    Growing up I'd make it all kinds of ways. Boiling was one way before fam got a microwave, toaster oven, and GF grill.

    Of course to me hot dogs aren't a seasonal food so obviously it'll have to be made some other way since you can't always go out and grill.
     
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    :smh: He's getting some white sauce in his bagel

    Oops didn't see the video posted already
     
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  19. lawdog1

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    My parents only boiled hot dogs when I was a kid. Didn’t know about cutting down the middle and grilling them until I worked the snack counter at the Santa Monica Boys Club when I was like 14 with some black kids. They showed me the way.
     
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    Lmao @ boiled hot dogs.

    My dad cuts the 1 hotdog in 4 without separating it and puts it on sliced bread with ketchup.

    We ate it like a sandwich growing up.
     
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  22. Black Lotus

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    I always wondered about booking a bit and throwing em afterwards on the grill to get that char... They inflate when you boil em
     
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  23. buddhachris

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    Hot dogs Slit down the middle, fried on both sides

    Great morning struggle food with some eggs

    And a little bit of pepper :pimp:
     
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  24. Kimchi Papi

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    Working from home today but had to step out to get Super Smash Bros Ultimate for my son to pai with the Nintendo Switch we also got him.

    I get Dunkin Donuts coffee everyday. Decided to get BEC on a croissant.
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    Buddy who’s in Jersey City 20 minute trip on the path train and walking from lower Manhattan
    See that right there is what I call a great deal. I need to find spots like this I can’t cook to save my life and as much as I try and eat healthy it’s hard when eating out almost everyday. I feel most meals should have a meat vegetable and a starch. Pot roast mashed potatoes and spinach was my favorite meal growing up lord knows I miss eating home cooked food 4 nights a week

    Never heard of Harris Teeter looks like a quality place