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Deep southern comfort, Cajun, Soul Food. BBQ
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    Thread created on 09:26:58 - 09/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    Grew up in the south most of my life, been over to texas, Louisianna, the virginias, NC and tenesse. Also had a few opportunities to visit the islands and a couple of countries as well. Always been a meat lover and these four food cultures have been close to my heart. Comfort food that has been generational for my family and brought great memories as well. Making this thread to see what these kind of styles of food mean to you and what are some of your favorite dishes
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    Posted on 13:50:32 - 09/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    Absolutely love soul food and BBQ, pulled pork, fried cabbage, greens, beans, cornbread.....

    Can't go wrong!
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    Posted on 14:18:10 - 09/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    southern comfort food and cajun are the main reasons i haven't left texas/the south. seafood boils, gumbo, jambalaya, along with some of the more traditional southern comforts such as chicken & dumplings, fried green tomatoes (seriously, i recommend everyone to try them at some point), biscuits & gravy, chicken fried steak. 

    i could go on and on about food, i am just a fiend.
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    Posted on 20:16:36 - 09/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    I got the opportunity for texas when i was there for a few years, between the ribs and brisket there wasnt anything like it. san antonio, austin, corpus and driftwood, as for cajun. Definitely gumbos or crawdad boils with some etouffee. I've been making my own gumbo style comboing it with land and sea doing a double smoked bacon, chicken thigh and breast along with gator or shrimp, honestly its like a slapdash. But when it comes to bbqing ive been messing around with more wood combinations and the like to start creating wood pairings with cuts of meat or dish styles. 

    as for food talk, never stop! this is where its at
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    Posted on 21:00:34 - 09/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    I got the opportunity for texas when i was there for a few years, between the ribs and brisket there wasnt anything like it. san antonio, austin, corpus and driftwood, as for cajun. Definitely gumbos or crawdad boils with some etouffee. I've been making my own gumbo style comboing it with land and sea doing a double smoked bacon, chicken thigh and breast along with gator or shrimp, honestly its like a slapdash. But when it comes to bbqing ive been messing around with more wood combinations and the like to start creating wood pairings with cuts of meat or dish styles.

    as for food talk, never stop! this is where its at
    that sounds like a great gumbo! love it when people get creative with their meat additives in gumbo. the double smoked bacon is a great idea for it too, i'll have to try it sometime. never had gator in my gumbo but i love gator bites to death.
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    Posted on 21:09:05 - 09/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    never had gator in my gumbo but i love gator bites to death.
    just short of fried gator tail. You get fried gator bites tossed with that cajun seasoning, some fried pickles and cold sweet tea. 10/10
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    Posted on 15:11:19 - 12/02/23 (1 year ago)
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    Boudin ftw

    yum
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    Posted on 23:16:56 - 12/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    southern comfort food and cajun are the main reasons i haven't left texas/the south. seafood boils, gumbo, jambalaya, along with some of the more traditional southern comforts such as chicken & dumplings, fried green tomatoes (seriously, i recommend everyone to try them at some point), biscuits & gravy, chicken fried steak.

    i could go on and on about food, i am just a fiend.
    You have me at....well all of it really, but Biscuits and Gravy are LIFE!
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    Posted on 01:01:31 - 23/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    I love any excuse to eat or cook food. Im a foodie at heart. I honestly like a wide variety of cuisines and styles. Just to name a few BBQ, Asian, Southern, Japanese, Italian, Mexican... the list goes on. I would be hard pressed to find only favorite. Something that I recently have been super into is oven fried potatoes a few diff variations but let me just tell you garlic parm and you cant go wrong! Add a dash of seasonings with butter and some ranch dressing and if I feel fancy throw in some panko to the mix. Bake at 400 degrees for about 35 minutes using minimal oil of your choice c:
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