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N'awlins Inspired SB Grub

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.............. wish you were here!

 

po boy's:

3 eggs

1/2 c frank's

 

 

1 c flour

3 tbs cajun seasoning

 

wisk eggs. add franks (or whichever hot sauce floats your boat). mix flour with cajun seasonings. coat shrimp (or whatever you are using... ie: crayfish, oysters.....). dip in flour mixture.. fry until done. baguette with remoulade, chif o romaine, and sliced romas!!!!!

 

 

 

edit: oh yeah............. misc lips of faith from new belgium and hurricanes!

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add franks (or whichever hot sauce floats your boat)

WHEW I thought you meant hot dogs.

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Hooters version is very close:

melt butter w/ Franks, fry wings, combine.

 

 

right...most wing recipes call for hot sauce and butter..... this was for poboys.... that was for egg wash: eggs with hot sauce, then into the flour with cajun seasonings.

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Hooters version is very close:

melt butter w/ Franks, fry wings, combine.

hooters wings/ not to mention the food has to be the worst all time.

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hooters wings/ not to mention the food has to be the worst all time.

 

 

Tend to agree, but i was in Toronto awhile back and had their Buffalo Oysters. Holy Chit Man. Good Eats.

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Ordering some Dungeness crab and tomales bay oysters and plenty of Anchor Steam.

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wings 4 ways (jerk, cherry cola glazed, buffalo, and either thai peanut or hoisin/bbq) and shrimp po boys. hurricanes... i am feelin' that n'awlins vibe this weekend.

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The biggest challenge with an authentic NOLA poboy is finding the right bread outside of New Orleans. I've tried everything I can find and most breads don't come close.

 

I do something similar for the superbowl, preparing foods from the cities playing so, also picking up blue crabs tomorrow.

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