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Old 11-14-2008, 09:28 AM   #1
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Grillades

What and how do yall make them in French country? The other post got deleted so I will try it here minus the weird picture that really came up from a google search. It says that grillade means grill in French.Is this it with some grits? It seems to be more popular in France than here.
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Old 11-14-2008, 12:52 PM   #2
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Hey SS, Did you try to look it up on www.foodtv.com? It might say there?
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Old 11-14-2008, 01:33 PM   #3
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Hey SS, Did you try to look it up on www.foodtv.com? It might say there?
No, but I'ma going now.. I am going to get a cajun friend to cook some more. and show me ... Wow, you hit the jackpot million dollar bill!!! thanks man!!!
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Thats the way to do it SS Talk about good for a winter morning breakfast
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No, but I'ma going now.. I am going to get a cajun friend to cook some more. and show me ... Wow, you hit the jackpot million dollar bill!!! thanks man!!!
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Old 11-14-2008, 05:11 PM   #6
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Hey JB.. guess what I found at a butcher shop here? Homemade Anduille and boudin and some other Cajun stuff. I think a dude from your neck of the woods works there. I bought 4 links and am fixin to test them out. I also got some stone ground yeller grits fresh in a bag.. Ok, BRB time to snack...
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This isn't the same post as this mornings!
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Yeah it is minus the wiener on the grill.
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Well there is several places that purport to sell them cajun sausages around here but they generally aint worth a flip. One exception is Holmes Smoke House Pee Can Smoke boudan. Kroger got it. Mighty yummy...the regular flavor aint bad neither. It made in Texas of course. Everybody knows whut separates coonasses from dumbasses. Yeppers..it the Sabine River.

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Well there is several places that purport to sell them cajun sausages around here but they generally aint worth a flip. One exception is Holmes Smoke House Pee Can Smoke boudan. Kroger got it. Mighty yummy...the regular flavor aint bad neither. It made in Texas of course. Everybody knows whut separates coonasses from dumbasses. Yeppers..it the Sabine River.

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Uh BW your statement bout the sabin river means coonasses on the east & dumbasses to the west

Oh I'm lovin this... Thanks BW You must be a cajun deep down
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Well there is several places that purport to sell them cajun sausages around here but they generally aint worth a flip. One exception is Holmes Smoke House Pee Can Smoke boudan. Kroger got it. Mighty yummy...the regular flavor aint bad neither. It made in Texas of course. Everybody knows whut separates coonasses from dumbasses. Yeppers..it the Sabine River.

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Uh BW your statement bout the sabin river means coonasses on the east & dumbasses to the west

Oh I'm lovin this... Thanks BW You must be a cajun deep down
Blanco is from the west of Sabine River?
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Yeppers I'm a cajun at heart. Good geography there Sapo. Actually on the original witticism it don't specify which side of the River is inhabited by which set of asses. That assesment is supplied by the hearer.

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