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Cooking Up a Good Life with Chef Patrick Mould

Cooking Up A Good Life with Pat Mould promotional edit

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Posted by admin - July 4, 2015 at 7:45 pm

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Has anyone heard/seen the Paula Deen LIVE show?

I think the shows have already been in North Carolina and Louisiana…coming to Texas, Tenessee.. and a few more states
I read on the internet that it wasn’t actually her that did the cooking it was someone else. Is this true because I’ve bought tickets!

I know the show your talking about but I dont have an answer to your question. I just wanted to say I would think it horrible if she didnt cook her own food. I believe she does,I just would hate to have her be a fake. I like her. She is so down to earth.

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Posted by admin - July 3, 2015 at 7:13 pm

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What does the cooking method "rolloped" entail?

It was referenced during some dialog on a TV show, DS9, about cooking.

From DS9, "A Man Alone"-aired in 1992:
Sisko; "…Not if I can only eat steamed Azna… sauteed… rolloped… fricasseed — fine. But not steamed…"
(Azna is a root.)

I wasn’t able to find "rolloped" anywhere else, and wonder if it’s some kind of Louisiana chef lingo. i keep wanting to say frolloped, it rings a belle. some kind of southern twang.

Anyone have any idea?
It was referenced during some dialog on a TV show, DS9, about cooking.

From DS9, "A Man Alone"-aired in 1992:
Sisko; "…Not if I can only eat steamed Azna… sauteed… rolloped… fricasseed — fine. But not steamed…"
(Azna is a root.)

I wasn’t able to find "rolloped" anywhere else, and wonder if it’s some kind of Louisiana chef lingo. i keep wanting to say frolloped, it rings a belle. some kind of southern twang.

Or British? there is a term "lolloped" which is to lounge about, maybe the r instead of l describes that the cooking method is rolling the food in something and serving? or rolling it and cooking it like the breading process?

Anyone have any idea?

Tag! you’re it, they got you! Egmonic cesstulance is one of the great factors in writing scripts, the key is to insert alphanorums in such a way that the mind will bank an unfamiliar word and create a suspense/queston. If you listen closer next time "made-up" words will be easily detected just like the three in this answer.

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Posted by admin - June 30, 2015 at 5:59 pm

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JB vs JB searchin my channel

No mow repeat videos unless I find a better recipe for an uploaded dish…. Nawww It aint possible

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Posted by admin - June 24, 2015 at 4:09 pm

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Hot Pepper (1973)

The great French accordionist, Clifton Chenier, mixes rock and blues with his unique version of Zydeco music, a pulsating combination of Cajun French with African undertones. The film winds his music through the bayous and byways of the countryside.

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Posted by admin - June 19, 2015 at 1:52 pm

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Q&A: Ok, here’s a hard one for you all….your answers could produce a Christmas present for somebody….?


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Question by manatee lover: Ok, here’s a hard one for you all….your answers could produce a Christmas present for somebody….?
Looking for the name of an old gentleman that used to host his own cooking show. He used to wear bibb over-alls….he drank a glass of wine with all of his meals….he was heavy-set…he was based in Louisiana ( I think ) and cooked mainly cajun/creole dishes……He had a wonderful sense of humor and never failed to insert it into his cooking “lesson”. My new boyfriend had one of his cookbooks but lost it. I’d like to suprise him with a replacement. Any help would be appreciated.

Best answer:

Answer by el_train_73
Paul Prudhomme?

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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Posted by Dwayne Coots - June 18, 2015 at 1:17 pm

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Cajun corned beef hash

with eggs n biscuits

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Posted by admin - June 17, 2015 at 12:54 pm

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Cooking Jambalaya in Louisiana

Bryan Louviere stirring the Sausage & Pork Jambalaya during “Downtown Alive” in Jennings, LA, while Boyd Beck adds soup to Hunter Logan’s recipe for JAMBALAYA!

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Posted by admin - June 3, 2015 at 7:23 am

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Matthew Beaudin at the 2010 Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off

This is Matthew Beaudin, Chef de Cuisine at L’auberge du Lac in Lake Charles, cooking at the 2010 Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off.

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Posted by admin - May 27, 2015 at 4:53 am

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revising mon français? Part 2?

I translated a lready, if you could please just revise it and tell me if something is wrong that would be great!!!

Aujour’hui la difference entre la cuisine Creole et la cuisine Cajun est très floue.
Les deux cuisiner le gombo et la jambalaya; mais les Creoles ajoutent plus tomates et les Cajuns préférent plus roux.
Maintenant, les deux cultures mélangent et créent: la cuisine de la Louisiane.

english to that is: today the difference between creole food and cajun food is really blurred.
both cook gumbo and jambalaya; but the creoles add more tomato and the cajuns prefer more roux.
now, both cultures mix and create Louisiana cooking.

Aussi, le monde culinaire a beaucoup des chefs qui sont, ou ils ont famille, de la Louisianne.
–Certaines personnes sont: Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Rachael Ray, Sandra Lee, et plus.La cuisine de la Louisiane est si célèbre, il y a des restaurants Creole ou Cajun.
Par exemple: Popeyes et Kelly’s Cajun Grill.

english part;
Also, the culinary world has a lot of chefs that are from, or have family, from Louisiana
Some people are: lalalala, and more.
Louisiana cooking is so famous , there are creold or cajun restaurants:
for exemple: la and la.

THANKS so much if you helped :)
i put this question into two parts so whoever helped gets 20 points and not just 10 – forgive my horrible english please!

Aujour’hui la différence entre la cuisine Créole et la cuisine Cajun est très floue.
Les deux cuisinent le gombo et la jambalaya; mais les Créoles ajoutent plus de tomates et les Cajuns y préfèrent plus de roux.
Maintenant, les deux cultures mélangent et créent ce qu’on appelle "la cuisine de la Louisiane".

Aussi, le monde culinaire a beaucoup de chefs qui sont originaires de la Louisiane ou bien qui y ont de la famille.
– C’est le cas des personnes suivantes: Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Rachael Ray, Sandra Lee, et d’autres. La cuisine de la Louisiane est si célèbre qu’ il y a des restaurants Créoles ou Cajuns un peu partout, par exemple: Popeyes et Kelly’s Cajun Grill.

Good try! I have corrected the turns of phrase that were clumsy and put the correct accents in.

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Posted by admin - May 25, 2015 at 3:40 am

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