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where to get new 3deep music?

does anybody know where to get that new 3deep music?? (group from louisiana)

WHO DAT

THE KING HAS SPOKEN

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Posted by admin - June 30, 2010 at 10:55 am

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Louisiana Football Magazine Documentary

A short documentary about the history of Louisiana Football Magazine.

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LeRoux – Midnight Special – New Orleans Ladies – Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame

Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame Inductees, (Louisiana) Le Roux performing “New ORleans Ladies” on Midnight Special (with digitally restored audio track) from The Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame.

For more on Le Roux and all the members of The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, please visit the Official web site at www.LMHOF.org and enjoy over 200 hours of viewing in the GALLERIES MUSIQUE Virtual Museum accessed thru LMHOF.org .

Enjoy!

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Louisiana Cuisine: Jacques Imos

Louisiana cuisine is what’s cooking when Dave Lieberman checks out Jacques Imos in New Orleans, Louisiana — in this episode of Hellmann’s In Search of Real Food series. View all episodes at: http://food.yahoo.com/realfood

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if i’m travelling from louisiana to new york… am i allowed to have chewing gum in my hand baggage?

if i’m travelling from louisiana to new york… am i allowed to have chewing gum in my hand baggage ?

Yes, it is not a liquid or something like toothpaste — only can have 3 oz. each item of liquid or toothpaste or any cream type produce (such as face cream)

Chewing gum is okay to have in hang luggage (carry-on luggage)

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Posted by admin - June 28, 2010 at 4:14 pm

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Good Louisiana Cajun Food?

I opened my big La. mouth and offered to cook for a cajun themed ladies night. (with a bunch of non cajuns) It cant be too authentic because they wont eat it. (they wont eat crawfish tails, I just know it. ) I thought chick/saus. gumbo would be a crowd pleaser. I’m also gonna have boudin to serve (cause you cant get that here in FL) Suggestions-and recipes if you would like to share. thanks

I am a LA Native, and ck/sausage gumbo is my fave. Honey, it ain’t coonass unless you do some potato salad and a few eggs poached right in the gumbo. I would skip the boudin only because it makes me sick to watch outsiders eat it with crackers. I have watched this sacrilege perpetrated for 12 years as a Texas transplant.

I will tell you though that outsiders tend to think seafood gumbo is more authentic, and cher, it is much faster to get ready. The seafood only needs 10-15 mins once you get your base ready.

You could have pecan pie for dessert, with pousse cafe.

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Posted by admin - June 25, 2010 at 2:41 pm

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Louisiana – Cajun County – Travel Doc

At 3.79 million square miles (9.83 million kmĀ²) and with more than 300 million people, the United States is the third or fourth largest country by total area, and third largest by land area and by population. The United States is one of the world’s most ethnically diverse nations, the product of large-scale immigration from many countries.

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Louisiana Cooking

A short video for cadre14 at Pepperdine University.

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Need some ideas on what to prepare for a wedding?

I am cooking for my step-daughters wedding and I need some ideas on what to prepare. We live in Louisiana and I already have plans to fix shrimp bisque, because the bride and groom have requested it. Any ideas? or even recipes?

Mmmm…. Shrimp bisque! Maybe you could do primarily a seafood theme so that items on your full menu will automatically complement each other. When I host large dinner parties, I make crab cakes because I can prepare them a day in advance, leave them in the fridge and them pop them into the oven the day of. Plus, the time spent resting in the fridge allows the flavours to develop! While crab cakes are more affordable as a starting course, maybe a lobster lasagna would make a nice main. Again you can assemble it a day ahead, pop it into the oven and you can make the other layers using less expensive ingredients like ricotta cheese and spinach. Delicious!

Good luck!

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Posted by admin - June 22, 2010 at 12:52 am

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South Louisiana Pipeliners, By: Lizzie Hill, Sports Director, KWBJ Newsday 39 in Morgan City

The South Louisiana Pipeliners are a new pro-prospect baseball team based in Morgan City, LA. David Angeron is the manager of the team along with co-manager Sammy Torreira and pitching coach Carlos Castillo. The team is made up of players hand picked by scouts and is designed to train and showcase their talent in hopes of creating a “pipeline” to the big leagues.

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Posted by admin - June 20, 2010 at 12:42 am

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