Saints vs. Colts

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2010/02/05 13:47:02 (permalink)

Saints vs. Colts

Which regional sandwich has the upper hand in Super Bowl XLIV?


The New Orleans Po' Boy's

vs


Indiana (polis) Pork Tenderloin's

I like Po' Boys and the Saints to win. Check out some more of my Super Sunday recipes over here.
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    kman160
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/05 14:09:00 (permalink)
    WHO DAT?
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/05 14:43:17 (permalink)
    I prefer the pork tenderloin; but it wasn't an easy choice.

    I don't think of the typical NOLA sandwich as the po boy, I think of the muffaletta.

    the pork T, though, is just about sandwich nirvana.  I wish we could get good ones around here.
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/05 15:23:02 (permalink)
    I'm thinking skillet-fried chicken vs. gumbo.
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/05 15:35:08 (permalink)
    I'd agree with Michael.
     
    I thought it was interesting this morning that one of the morning shows (either CBS or ABC, but I think it was CBS) referred to "typical New Orleans food" as fried chicken.  I'm sure they have fine fried chicken in New Orleans (and maybe the show was thinking of Popeye's), but aren't things like gumbo and jambalaya and muffulettas and beignets more truly "New Orleans"?
     
    Either way, as a native Hoosier, I think our skillet-fried chicken is the best anywhere -- even though I do love Strouds, too.
     
     
     
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/06 19:17:33 (permalink)
     Is that a slice of processed cheese and what are those little red things?  Looks fine otherwise, just needs a couple of thin slices of tomato and couple of hamburger dill slices.   This is the month for oysters - how about showing a nice fried oyster poor boy vs. pork tenderloin sandwich?

    Geaux Saints!
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    tiki
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/06 20:40:54 (permalink)
    Fried oyster Po Boys!!!!!
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/06 22:27:42 (permalink)
    I do not usually associate fried chicken with New Orleans, but Fiorella's Cafe has some of the best I've ever had (and I'm originally from Indiana and have spent time in MO).  I was there earlier this year, but for some reason it seems to have recently disappeared from the Restaurants tab above.

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/fiorellas-cafe-new-orleans
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/07 07:24:14 (permalink)
    We're rooting for the Saints, and making a muffaletta sandwich!
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/07 09:44:15 (permalink)
    Why does one need to be better than the other?  One of the great things about living in this great country of ours is that every area has it's own "best" food.  Aren't we blessed to travel to any part of the USA & find such delicous food? 
     
    As to the football game-  COLTS win, 38-24!!!!!!!
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/07 10:16:45 (permalink)

    That is one beautiful Po'boy while that BPT  looks kinda dry. I smell store bought bread crumbs. Using these photo's NOLA wins!!!!

    There are so many choices representing NOLA, but yes, chicken is a part of it. Some of the best fried chicken can be found at McKenzie's Chicken in a Box. Mckenzie's was a chain of bakeries that produced incredibly good and affordable bread. The whole company folded, keeping their fried chicken location.

    Considering his family background the question is WWPE?
    What Would Peyton Eat?

    mark
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/07 10:40:48 (permalink)
    Oyster Po' Boys and a bowl of gumbo, please!
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/08 10:51:40 (permalink)
    Peyton's favorite food is a hamburger, he had to lower his culinary expectations somewhat when he went to play with the Colts.  No, I take that back, he's embracing the regional differences of our great country, isn't that right Clara? 

    And another thing- about that final score prediction Clara.....
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    Re:Saints vs. Colts 2010/02/08 12:06:54 (permalink)
    I'd have loved an oyster Po' Boy while watching the game, and would have chosen one over an Indiana (polis) Pork tenderloin,  but we had BBQ and cole slaw and enjoyed every bite.  Great game!

    Andrea
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