scared for tuesday weigh in….. God bless you guys
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This is my video response to Gwargwar1981′s cooking challenge. This is how I cook a Sirloin Tip Beef Roast. Watch and enjoy, and thanks to gwargwar1981 for the oportunity to post a video.
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Looking for facility sleeps 75-100 for a family reunion with kitchen facilities w/semi-priv sleep arrangements
basically central US for travel from Chicago and Louisiana. We have used group facilities at state parks for years, but now that we are older, are leaning more to some privacy at night instead of dormitory sleeping. We do our own cooking and would like a large central area (building/room) for dining and gathering. Our reunion is bi-annually and usually last 5-7 days.
We hold our family reunion every other year and use a church facility. We rent their pavilion and have a caterer come in to serve food. You might find a church hall that could accommodate you. What about a school? We stay in local motels (about 3 of them). Good luck!
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Here we build a big pot of boiled crawfish and have some fun with the kids.
Duration : 0:9:36
Entire film is available on Amazon.com and Ebay. Documentary 1 hour long. Song, Pearl River People, by Charlie Blanchard. Down Of The Pearl River Bayou in Louisiana Honey Island Swamp, the River People serve up the good life. Whether it’s a houseboat reunion, an alligator rodeo, or the Annual Squirrel Hunt Festival, the fun centers around something good cooking under the cypress trees. These Swampers know how to have a good time and play a little homegrown music to get the fish frying and the party started. All they need is a boat to get there. The Entire Documentary Film is available online on Amazon.com and on Ebay. The film is 1 hour long on DVD.
Duration : 0:5:13
Categories: Louisiana Cooking Tags: Blanchard, by, Cajun, charlie, cooking, crawfish, creole, fishing, Gumbo, honey, hunting, island, Jambalaya, Louisiana, Mississippi, party, Pearl, People, pie, River, song, Southern, swamp
Stories with Great Taste – Louisiana Critters caught and cooked Louisiana Style
Duration : 0:2:23
Chef David Baird of Le Citron Bistro in uptown New Orleans fishes with Capt. Mike Helmer out of Lafitte, LA, then returns to his restaurant to make Redfish Manhattan, his version of Redfish Coubion.
Duration : 0:9:51
Categories: Louisiana Cooking Tags: cajun cuisine, Creole Cooking, creole cuisine, creole recipes, David Baird, lafitte, Le Citron Bistro, louisiana fishing, Louisiana recipes, louisiana seafood, mike helmer, redfish, Redfish coubion, Redfish Manhattan, redfish recipes
I live in Louisiana, what should we cook?
if it’s not raining grill out! do chicken and corn on the cob and grill zucinni.
Georgia has just been named in the top 10 for one of the unhealthiest states in the nation. Georgia is ranked No. 6 on the list following just Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Mississippi. These rankings were done judging each state on twenty-one different factors ranging from cancer rates to obesity. Georgia has recently leaped into the top ten in the past ten years, with Georgia being 24 sports higher at No. 30 less than ten years ago. Georgia has been ranked fourth in the number new AIDS cases per year, and firth for the number of sexually transmitted diseases. Just these two new statistics it’s enough to send anyone living in the Peach State packing. Besides the spread of STD’s one of the main reasons why people living in the Peach State are considered some of the most unhealthy in the country is because of an unhealthy lifestyle as well as a high-fat diet which is putting a lot of people down south at risk.
High-fat diets are known to have levels much higher than the levels advised by the American Heart Association, which can over time, cause cardiac or heart problems. Problems like there are very serious and can lead to very serious surgeries such as heart bypass surgery. For people who are going to continue to state on their high-fat diets, and even for people who don’t that live in Georgia, it is very important for them to have some type of Georgia Health Insurance. Georgia being one of the most unhealthy states in the nation gives good reason for residents to have a good Georgia Health Insurance plan especially a plan which include well-visit check ups as well as any type of testing or screening that may be important to screen for such serious ailments such as heart disease.
Here few ways that nutritionists recommend that residents of Georgia can change their lifestyle in order to become more healthy. One of the easiest ways is to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your life. Fruits and vegetables are relatively inexpensive and they are also very good for you, when purchasing fruits and vegetables remember that the darker the fruit or vegetable, the better it will be for you. This is because the darker it is the more nutrients it will hold. Also, eating raw vegetables such as tomato, or lettuce is better for you than cooking them because they will retain all of the nutrients they are grown with, opposed to cooking or frying them which may lead to decrease in amount of nutrients.
Another way that residents of Georgia can become more healthy and safe is by purchasing Georgia health insurance. There are more than 45 million people across the country with health insurance, and many of those people are located in Georgia. Having some type of Georgia Health Insurance is imperative for residents to live a happy and stress-free lifestyle.
By Alastair Good in the Gulf of Mexico.
Brigtsen’s in Uptown New Orleans has served the finest Cajun food for 16 years but now owner and chef Frank Brigtsen is seeing a drop in custom after the BP spill in the Gulf.
“We’re down 25% on our usual summer bookings,’ explains Brigtsen, ‘questions have been put in people’s minds about whether this seafood is safe ? Where has it come from?”
As a New Orleans native the main worry for Brigtsen, despite the fact he acknowledges he’s losing money every day he opens, is for the people who depend on him and on the Gulf fishing waters in general.
“Down here it’s a long and complex distribution chain from the sea to the food we serve and that chain has been severely weakened by this disaster.”
It’s a worry that has taken it’s toll on Brigtsen physically and emotionally, he admits to months of not sleeping properly and on the night I visit him he’s just returned from a visit to the chiropractor.
His restaurant will survive, it’s reputation is too good for it to fold, but even Brigtsen wonders how many more disasters the Louisiana people can cope with.
Duration : 0:2:15
Categories: Louisiana Cooking Tags: Abandoned Wells, alastair good, algae, Bayou, biologist, brigtsens, coast, cooking, dead fish, Deepwater Horizon, drilling, environment, fishermen, gas leak, harbor, Louisiana, moratorium, oil industry, oilspill, pollution, restaurant, sport fishing, suffocate, Tony Hayward, venice
LMAO! I scared Bre and didn’t even try lol. But yeah we was just boiling food on a random day. This was before Christmas.