Booya season in full swing; here's where to get it

There are 22 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Sep 25, 2009, titled Booya season in full swing; here's where to get it. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Is it a soup? A stew? Does it turn out better at a church, a fire department or a bar? Is there really squirrel in it? Find out for yourself - booya season is in full swing in the Twin Cities.

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oldmanemil

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Sep 25, 2009
serve up a hot bowl of heap -o- mess
Booya kinda sewer

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Sep 25, 2009
Great to see this listed. The Food Network needs to know what Booya is!
Hey Now

Plymouth, MN

#3 Sep 25, 2009
oldmanemil wrote:
serve up a hot bowl of heap -o- mess
Like all of your posts, not everybody cares for it. I think it's good stuff!

Since: Mar 08

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Sep 25, 2009
Forgot to mention "On the road again booya" in SSP Oct. 3rd!!! yummy
Cindy Stainker

Cherry Hill, NJ

#5 Sep 25, 2009
I saw the sign for the NSP Fire Dept's Booya today. I have never had Booya, I've always wanted to try it but never had the opportunity. I have heard some people say that it is really gross, while others say they love it. I hope to be able to try it.

Since: May 09

Mounds Park, St Paul

#6 Sep 25, 2009
Cindy Stainker wrote:
I saw the sign for the NSP Fire Dept's Booya today. I have never had Booya, I've always wanted to try it but never had the opportunity. I have heard some people say that it is really gross, while others say they love it. I hope to be able to try it.
It's tasty and hearty and good for what ails you. Perfect fall food.
Cindy Stainker

Cherry Hill, NJ

#7 Sep 25, 2009
Margie Gunderson wrote:
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It's tasty and hearty and good for what ails you. Perfect fall food.
YUM, since fall is my favorite time of year I just might have to make it myself.;)

Since: May 09

Mounds Park, St Paul

#8 Sep 25, 2009
Cindy Stainker wrote:
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YUM, since fall is my favorite time of year I just might have to make it myself.;)
Do you have a cooking pot the size of France? And lots of time?

One of my aunts and uncles used to help with the old St Paul Scouts drum and bugle corps booya fundraisers. Much comraderie goes on and many booya recipe secrets get used to make it good and wholesome.

Booya is a St Paul tradition ... the Fox River Valley in WI too. It's a originally a Belgian Walloon (French-speaker) dish ... supposedly ... but many cultures make a close relative, esp the Irish.
Cindy Stainker

Cherry Hill, NJ

#9 Sep 25, 2009
Margie Gunderson wrote:
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Do you have a cooking pot the size of France? And lots of time?
One of my aunts and uncles used to help with the old St Paul Scouts drum and bugle corps booya fundraisers. Much comraderie goes on and many booya recipe secrets get used to make it good and wholesome.
Booya is a St Paul tradition ... the Fox River Valley in WI too. It's a originally a Belgian Walloon (French-speaker) dish ... supposedly ... but many cultures make a close relative, esp the Irish.
Seems I've got nothing but time, but I guess I'll have to find a REALLLLLY big pot. The really big pot and lots of time makes it sound like cassoulet. I've never made that either, but I'd like to.
travis

Stillwater, MN

#10 Sep 25, 2009
romaynes bar in taylors falls nov. 27. best booya around by far!

Since: Apr 09

Rochester, MN

#13 Sep 25, 2009
In southern Illinois, there are groups that get together to make chowder. There are chowder grounds in some towns, and churches use their large grounds in others. The contents are brought in and donated by the participants, and include most of the vegetables grown in the area, and the meat is beef, chicked, and anything else grown around. In other words, random. They cook it for hours, and it is tasty. Most places use iron kettles up to 3 feet across, and many chowders have thirty or so kettles. It is one of the biggest social events of the year. The proceeds of these events are used for community improvements and charity.
DFL4LIFE

Minneapolis, MN

#14 Sep 26, 2009
Shouldn't we all hold on a minute here and consider how these foods may be contributing to the obesity crisis? Yes, the soup may taste good, but meats and trans-fats pose a real and significant menace to health, especially of our kids. Trans-fats are something that really needs some scrutiny and regulation/restriction by the FDA.
Road side

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Sep 26, 2009
DFL4LIFE wrote:
Shouldn't we all hold on a minute here and consider how these foods may be contributing to the obesity crisis? Yes, the soup may taste good, but meats and trans-fats pose a real and significant menace to health, especially of our kids. Trans-fats are something that really needs some scrutiny and regulation/restriction by the FDA.
You need a life don't you Oh my feel sorry for you...
Sarah D

Saint Paul, MN

#16 Sep 26, 2009
DFL4LIFE wrote:
Shouldn't we all hold on a minute here and consider how these foods may be contributing to the obesity crisis? Yes, the soup may taste good, but meats and trans-fats pose a real and significant menace to health, especially of our kids. Trans-fats are something that really needs some scrutiny and regulation/restriction by the FDA.
People like you have never heard of moderation have you?

My response to such nay saying like yours is that an obsessively "healthy" lifestyle doesn't make you live longer, it just makes you so miserable that it seems like you're living longer.
St Paul guy

United States

#17 Sep 26, 2009
DONT FORGET THE SILVER FOX BOOYA AT HIGHLAND PAVILION TOMORROW, SUNDAY @ 12:00. Silver Fox has been making booya every year for a thousand years, and it has the most traditional flavor of any I've had, (except for St. Francis de Sales Booya, the best).
Javier

United States

#18 Sep 26, 2009
DFL4LIFE wrote:
Shouldn't we all hold on a minute here and consider how these foods may be contributing to the obesity crisis? Yes, the soup may taste good, but meats and trans-fats pose a real and significant menace to health, especially of our kids. Trans-fats are something that really needs some scrutiny and regulation/restriction by the FDA.
WOW!!! You're an idiot even on weekends?! You wouldn't think anyone could be such an a--- hole that many days in a row without taking a break. You've raised the bar for all democrats.
The leprechaun

Saint Paul, MN

#21 Sep 26, 2009
Billy's Victorian
859 Thomas Ave, St Paul
Next Saturday, October 3rd
20 year tradition
Great stuff - sells out every year!
Thanks

Saint Paul, MN

#22 Sep 26, 2009
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DFL4LIFE wrote:
Shouldn't we all hold on a minute here and consider how these foods may be contributing to the obesity crisis? Yes, the soup may taste good, but meats and trans-fats pose a real and significant menace to health, especially of our kids. Trans-fats are something that really needs some scrutiny and regulation/restriction by the FDA.
The Best Booya

Saint Paul, MN

#23 Sep 26, 2009
The best booya is made in Green Bay where the tradition first started in 1905.
Idea Man

Minneapolis, MN

#24 Sep 30, 2009
Not for me, fiddle dee dee. No standing in line for this old Summit Hill native. No booya for this boyah.

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