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Works with greens, celery, all herbs, I think it has to be leafy to work... Pretty sure a tomato, zuchinni and squash are a no go.....LOL

 

I had always prep'd my stuff when I got home from the grocery (comes from having a garden all my life), then ziplocked. But then learned about a single wrap of wet paper towels and it keeps the crispers full now instead of me throwing out mushie and re-buying. After wrapping with the wet paper towel, the newspaper plastic protective sheaf keeps it from dehydrating. Or a zip-loc for small stuff. You can actually just throw a damp paper towel in a ziplock bag with something that you want to keep hydrated.

 

I am really glad it helps you.

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Works with greens, celery, all herbs, I think it has to be leafy to work... Pretty sure a tomato, zuchinni and squash are a no go.....LOL

 

I had always prep'd my stuff when I got home from the grocery (comes from having a garden all my life), then ziplocked. But then learned about a single wrap of wet paper towels and it keeps the crispers full now instead of me throwing out mushie and re-buying. After wrapping with the wet paper towel, the newspaper plastic protective sheaf keeps it from dehydrating. Or a zip-loc for small stuff. You can actually just throw a damp paper towel in a ziplock bag with something that you want to keep hydrated.

 

I am really glad it helps you.

 

Thanks a lot for the additional information.  I appreciate it.  Thumbs Up

 

I've thrown my share of broken down, mushie vegetables, too. 

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I couldn't resist.  Have a big Dutch Oven full of this on right now.  Had to use a round roast sliced up instead of a 7 bone due to the fact that's what I had in the house.  Needed some southern comfort food after a week in the UK eating Indian food all last week.

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I couldn't resist.  Have a big Dutch Oven full of this on right now.  Had to use a round roast sliced up instead of a 7 bone due to the fact that's what I had in the house.  Needed some southern comfort food after a week in the UK eating Indian food all last week.

 

They do like their curry!

 

If ya got good green onions it will be awesome sauce!

 

I actually made some crawfish etouffee, I think last Thursday was totally awesome!

 

I am betting it'll be great!

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They do like their curry!

 

If ya got good green onions it will be awesome sauce!

 

I actually made some crawfish etouffee, I think last Thursday was totally awesome!

 

I am betting it'll be great!

 

Boy!  That Crawfish etoufee sounds great.  Got any pictures of it FH?  Just reading about it has my mouth watering I'll bet I could taste a picture of it.  :drool

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Boy!  That Crawfish etoufee sounds great.  Got any pictures of it FH?  Just reading about it has my mouth watering I'll bet I could taste a picture of it.  :drool

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/159001/crawfish-etouffee-foamheart

 
 

 

post #47 of 50
That looks really good foam, I have done a 7 bone stake recipe from out of the Prudhome cook book,which is also where my Cajun cabbage rolls come from. I have been known to change them up and put the mix in an egg roll wrapper and deep fry it, dang good. Anyway it's been a while, but I recall the 7 bone cut that was once considered scraps that may have been ground up for dog food, all of the sudden got a high price tag once the restaurant chefs discovered how to use it. You can bet that knowledge came from our mothers and fathers and their mothers and fathers snd so on. I will have to try your recipe, the wife and I love Cajun food.
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http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/159001/crawfish-etouffee-foamheart

 
 

 

 

Mercy,  I'm ruined!!  That's just beautiful FH.

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Mercy,  I'm ruined!!  That's just beautiful FH.

 

Was just supper, sent a go container home with baby Sis for work.

 

Seems she has a new crouchity guy she has to work with. They just completed their new headquarters and now he's on the same floor as her. He's laid down the law that there would be no more popcorn in the office or brought in lunches. Hes not her boss, but her equal in the construction abd development side of the company. Soooooo....... I sent her home with some pulled pork and plenty for an extra BBQ sandwich, and a double order of crawfish etouffee, and some smoked turkey veggie soup. I am guessing something will bring him around.

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Was just supper, sent a go container home with baby Sis for work.

 

Seems she has a new crouchity guy she has to work with. They just completed their new headquarters and now he's on the same floor as her. He's laid down the law that there would be no more popcorn in the office or brought in lunches. Hes not her boss, but her equal in the construction abd development side of the company. Soooooo....... I sent her home with some pulled pork and plenty for an extra BBQ sandwich, and a double order of crawfish etouffee, and some smoked turkey veggie soup. I am guessing something will bring him around.

 

If something in that group doesn't bring him around he has no pulse.  I am sure glad that I don't have to work with that chap.  My sympathies to your sister.

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