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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Ground turkey stuffed zucchini boats with mushrooms, red bell, onion, garlic, Italian parsley, zucchini "meat", etc. in a garlic basil marinara sauce topped with mozzarella, Italian seasoned panko, and shaved parmesan baked and broiled. Served with an Italian rice I ...

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Old 05-09-2021, 05:12 PM   #71
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Ground turkey stuffed zucchini boats with mushrooms, red bell, onion, garlic, Italian parsley, zucchini "meat", etc. in a garlic basil marinara sauce topped with mozzarella, Italian seasoned panko, and shaved parmesan baked and broiled. Served with an Italian rice I make with fresh spinach, garlic, and roasted sweet red peppers, and Balsamic vinegar.

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Old 05-10-2021, 12:30 AM   #72
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My brother did a prime rib so I did a small appetizer based on my shrimp and grits recipe. Peel some U-15 shrimp and made a stock with shells and heads. Strain the stock add white wine, Worcestershire, lemon, orange, bay leaves, fresh thyme (should be a gallon and a half or so at this point). Bring to rolling boil and reduce to 1 quart.
In a sautť pan sautť Poches Tasso, shrimp, garlic. Deglaze pan with white wine and add a tablespoon of the shrimp reduction. Finish with 1/2 cup heavy cream and reduce. Usually I serve it over grits as an appetizer but I got lazy and did it over toasted Brioche and French bread points.
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Old 05-10-2021, 11:57 AM   #73
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I can't wait for roasted Falcon and a side of Tampa tuna.
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Old 05-10-2021, 12:00 PM   #74
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Anyone want a turtle soup recipe holla!
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Old 05-10-2021, 01:36 PM   #75
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Anyone want a turtle soup recipe holla!
Where do you find turtle meat? I can't find any around here. I have the Commander's Palace recipe but haven't been able to make it yet. I'd be interest in your recipe, for sure. We love turtle soup!
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How bout some fried sac-al-lait and catfish fresh out the water in beautiful Toledo bend


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Old 05-10-2021, 03:23 PM   #77
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Just got some test results back. I gotta find some cholesterol friendly recipes. Lemme know what anyone has please! Oysters look promising, but shrimp, Steak, sausage, and lobster are frowned on.
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Old 05-10-2021, 03:37 PM   #78
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Just got some test results back. I gotta find some cholesterol friendly recipes. Lemme know what anyone has please! Oysters look promising, but shrimp, Steak, sausage, and lobster are frowned on.

Dam Boston, Iím flashing fried foods and u have to eat more veggies and fruits. Here are a few, black beans okra, eggplant dressing with the (brown rice) get a second opinion, lol


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Dam Boston, Iím flashing fried foods and u have to eat more veggies and fruits. Here are a few, black beans okra, eggplant dressing with the (brown rice) get a second opinion, lol


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Just punning , Iím on high cholesterol med to


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How bout some fried sac-al-lait and catfish fresh out the water in beautiful Toledo bend


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Man Iíve been itching to go there all my life. Almost went a couple months back. I take the boat out for an hour or two regularly and have been getting 10-15 bass every afternoon but they are tiny, Iím talking 8-10 inches tiny. I did catch three that were in the 3-4lb range but Iím ready for some monsters.
Gorgeous fish fry you have there.
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