How Bout a Nice Dry Pork Jambalaya?

How Bout a Nice Dry Pork Jambalaya?

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BurnedOut

New Orleans, LA

#1 Sep 15, 2013
Why is it that when some organization wants to make money, they sell tickets for "Pork Jambalaya"? If I never see or hear of another jambalaya benefit or fund raiser, it won't hurt my feelings any. That crap is about the nastiest stuff especially when you bite down on a bone or a nice chunk of grizzle or fat. Yeah, it's cheap to make, but it must also be pretty easy to screw up because I seldom ever taste a good pork jambalaya.

Stick with the bbq half chickens or bbq pork steak with the sides. Cooks please use your imagination! Somebody please spread the F/N word!
MrsCuldesac

United States

#2 Sep 15, 2013
I agree! I myself think they should do something like Chinese plate lunches!
Mitchell

Oklahoma City, OK

#3 Sep 15, 2013
I always use whole Boston butts( pork steak) cubed for jambalaya. Plenty lean enough and not dry.
mysterymix

Crowley, LA

#4 Sep 15, 2013
I refuse to ever buy a jambalaya ticket ever again. First of all, few of these people have experience cooking a jambalaya for 300 people. They think that just because they can cook a meal for 8 people, it is the same as cooking a giant meal. Wrong. On top of that, all the food I have ever eaten from a fundraiser was 3rd rate food. Always. They will phug up the meal, and it still gets served.
Fonseca

Abbeville, LA

#5 Sep 16, 2013
If you want to try very good jambalaya watch for the Bayou Belles Shriner ladies Pokerlaya. It's in the spring of the year and is a jambalaya cooking contest and poker run.
It's a fund raiser for shriners and features some of the best jambalaya cooker in this area.
DerbyLeblanc

Crowley, LA

#6 Sep 16, 2013
The big scam in fundraising, was earlier this year, when the knights of Gangster Columbus sold meal tickets, and miscalculated the meals by about half, and ran out of food at noon, and told everyone that they weren't getting their money back, that they would write their names down for a free meal at next years fundraiser. Phuk these greedy fundraiser people, and their third rate food offerings.
BurnedOut

Kaplan, LA

#7 Sep 17, 2013
DerbyLeblanc wrote:
The big scam in fundraising, was earlier this year, when the knights of Gangster Columbus sold meal tickets, and miscalculated the meals by about half, and ran out of food at noon, and told everyone that they weren't getting their money back, that they would write their names down for a free meal at next years fundraiser. Phuk these greedy fundraiser people, and their third rate food offerings.
I don't think they miscalculated. Missed it by half? Impossible. I think they calculated very well indeed. Got a whole lotta money fo dem tickets, spent hardly nothing on the ingredients to only serve half of the tickets sold. Businesses do it all the time. They or their products only deliver half of what you pay for. Do you feel phucked even more now?
Chief

Lafayette, LA

#8 Sep 17, 2013
BurnedOut wrote:
Why is it that when some organization wants to make money, they sell tickets for "Pork Jambalaya"? If I never see or hear of another jambalaya benefit or fund raiser, it won't hurt my feelings any. That crap is about the nastiest stuff especially when you bite down on a bone or a nice chunk of grizzle or fat. Yeah, it's cheap to make, but it must also be pretty easy to screw up because I seldom ever taste a good pork jambalaya.
Stick with the bbq half chickens or bbq pork steak with the sides. Cooks please use your imagination! Somebody please spread the F/N
w ord!
Evidently you have never eaten a real good jambalaya like the LeBlanc fire Dept makes.
BurnedOut

Kaplan, LA

#9 Sep 17, 2013
Chief wrote:
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Evidently you have never eaten a real good jambalaya like the LeBlanc fire Dept makes.
Nor will I ever. As the name says, I'm BurnedOut.
The only time I will ever eat another pork jambalaya is if all society breaks down and that's all there is to eat. But I still won't eat it if it aint right out the pot. I just as well eat hay or tree bark. For time spent out the pot dries up jambalaya real nice. There is no getting around that. That's why I cannot see why anyone would want to prepare a pork jambalaya to serve to people hours later such as every fund raiser does.

You see, people are so stuck on cooking the crap, they can't even reason reasonably about it. It's time to move on now, because me and a whole lot of other people just won't buy jambalaya tickets any more, no matter who or what the fund raiser is for. Please, get more creative! But remember, kissing booths also went out of style. Why? The people started being afraid of diseases and paying for a kiss just got old. The rest is history. That's why even blowjob booths never really caught on!
Mitchell

Oklahoma City, OK

#10 Sep 17, 2013
BurnedOut wrote:
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Nor will I ever. As the name says, I'm BurnedOut.
The only time I will ever eat another pork jambalaya is if all society breaks down and that's all there is to eat. But I still won't eat it if it aint right out the pot. I just as well eat hay or tree bark. For time spent out the pot dries up jambalaya real nice. There is no getting around that. That's why I cannot see why anyone would want to prepare a pork jambalaya to serve to people hours later such as every fund raiser does.
You see, people are so stuck on cooking the crap, they can't even reason reasonably about it. It's time to move on now, because me and a whole lot of other people just won't buy jambalaya tickets any more, no matter who or what the fund raiser is for. Please, get more creative! But remember, kissing booths also went out of style. Why? The people started being afraid of diseases and paying for a kiss just got old. The rest is history. That's why even blowjob booths never really caught on!
Very funny and very true.
Gumbo would be way better but ( you could keep dat hot) then you'd have to provide a sealed container to transport dat and somebody would still have to:
.... Cook sum rice...

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