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Old 01-08-2006, 05:04 PM   #11
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Crawfish...sorry, forgot to translate from Okie to cajun.
so, do you mean just boiled crawfish? not trying to be a SA, but just thought i may have missed something new to eat!


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Old 01-08-2006, 05:05 PM   #12
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I found a place that sells turbodog here! I don't have go to Louisiana or Texas to find it.
when ever your ready for another swap, i'm ready! they have a good supply of Real Ale back, and i could use some more left coast ales


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Old 01-08-2006, 05:11 PM   #13
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so, do you mean just boiled crawfish? not trying to be a SA, but just thought i may have missed something new to eat!
Geez, it just dawned on me I was thinking of Atchafalaya's, not Papadueax. They have BBQ crawfish...it's a great big plate of shucked mud bugs, cooked in BBQ/chili type spices. Best bugs I've ever had, just the wrong restaurant...and to think, I wasn't even drunk when I made that first post...a situation which I've since corrected.
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Old 01-08-2006, 05:16 PM   #14
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hhmm? that's a new twist! is that the one on the 610 loop, right before 290 headed west?

ever been to the Rajun Cajun on Richmond? damn good place for oyster po' boys, cold abita, and even pretty good crawfish. but, as a cajun, it's punishable by death to eat crawfish out! ;~)
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I guess I need to get out of Oklahoma more often, I thought everyone called them crawdaddies.
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I guess I need to get out of Oklahoma more often, I thought everyone called them crawdaddies.
mudbugs or crawfish here on the TX/LA Gulf coast! aaaahhhh---iiiiieeee!
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drinking a turbodog right now...a turbodog clone is definitely going into my brew queue... has anyone made this recipe (extract version) -- and how does it compare to the real turbodog?
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Did anyone else ever brew this up? I love TD.....I know on the bottle though, it says that it is dry hopped with Willamette.
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Anyone have an all grain recipe for this turbo dog?
Drinking one now and diggin' it.....
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Anyone have an all grain recipe for this turbo dog?
Drinking one now and diggin' it.....
The all grain recipe is in the original post under all grain option.


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