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Old 11-20-2012, 03:08 PM   #101
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Oh man,is that good stuff! Might try it with left over turkey?...
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:21 PM   #102
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Oh man,is that good stuff! Might try it with left over turkey?...
....What? Shrimp and grits with turkey?......

Spicy seared chicken breast diced up, fresh cranberry beans(think BIG tasty pintos) sharp cheddar, fresh avacado, diced onions, maybe a little rice, wrapped up in a flour tortilla...........Oh man......ate 2 big ones. Should have stopped after 1 but it was so freakishly yummy.

 
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:27 PM   #103
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No,replace the shrimp with left over turkey. something different for turkey day left overs. Otherwise,I love shrimp-n-grits!
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:33 PM   #104
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Ahhh! I see!

 
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:02 PM   #105
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No,replace the shrimp with left over turkey. something different for turkey day left overs. Otherwise,I love shrimp-n-grits!
While not a terrible idea, I think it would be an abomination to sub the shrimp for anything other than andouille.
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While not a terrible idea, I think it would be an abomination to sub the shrimp for anything other than andouille.
Turkey andoullie?

 
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:24 PM   #107
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smoked goat and smoked rattle snake...that is all
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Turkey andoullie?
Hush yo mouf foo! There aint no fat in that jive turkey! Andouille HAS to be greasy, spicy, artery-clogging goodness and there's only 1 kind of meat that will do. It's of the porcine persuasion. Dig?
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Hush yo mouf foo! There aint no fat in that jive turkey! Andouille HAS to be greasy, spicy, artery-clogging goodness and there's only 1 kind of meat that will do. It's of the porcine persuasion. Dig?
I hung out with a girl from LA, everyonce and a while her uncle would bring up nutria or porcupine andouille, he was a trucker and hunted the country when he got a chance.. the nutria was so so, really swampy, but the porky was amazing, like atreebarky,spiced, orgasmic fantasy
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I hung out with a girl from LA, everyonce and a while her uncle would bring up nutria or porcupine andouille, he was a trucker and hunted the country when he got a chance.. the nutria was so so, really swampy, but the porky was amazing, like atreebarky,spiced, orgasmic fantasy
The only thing nutria are good for is consuming old lead. I love the fact that you can basically sit on a levy in Nola with a .22 and legally shoot all of 'em you see. They used to have a $2 bounty on 'em, but the state/city couldn't afford to keep the reward going for long.

Did you misread my post or are you really telling me someone went to a crapload of trouble to harvest/pluck/skin/butcher a porcupine? I was talking about porcine aka porky the pig. Now wild boar is a totally different thing. It's a little tougher and gamier than domestic pork, but still REALLY tasty.
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