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    Herbert's Meat Market in Maurice and Broussard

    Just received 2 stuffed pork chops and a dozen stuffed shrimp. Everything frozen with plenty dry ice left. Placed dry ice outside to avoid asphyxiation.

    Will update when I get to cookin'

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    We’ll need pictures please! Herbert’s Meat market…Maurice and Broussard, La. Not sure, is that Cajun? 😉
    No doubt, it’s gonna be good cher’!

    For folks not familiar with Cajun pronunciations, Herbert’s is pronounced….”A bears” (long A)
    Last edited by Panhead John; December 10, 2021, 07:27 AM.

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      Yeah, think Bobby Herbert (a-bear) quarterback for the Saints.

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    Panhead John just for you

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      Nice wrapper! 🙄
      I swear I’ve never said this to another man before, but….can we please see your meat?
      Last edited by Panhead John; December 9, 2021, 07:00 PM.

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      Panhead John, are you trying to play show and tell?

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    The "stuffed shrimp" are outstanding. Baked @375 for 20 minutes and they were plenty done. Shrimp topped w/ crab-laced bread crumb stuffing. Will definitely get these again.

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      Looks fantastic, too bad I am the only one who eats shrimp in my household.
      Do they have an Asian flair?

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        Nope, cajun all the way.

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      @Jerod Broussard I got so excited reading this that I went to their site and started adding all kinds of things to my cart. I kept seeing the $16 charge for packing and ice and thought that was great, but I mistakenly thought that was for shipping. After getting ready to place a $150.00 order, I went to calculate shipping and saw the cheapest rate was $89 for 2 day air to California. I guess this is another reason to leave California. Needless to say, I deleted my order.

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      • Panhead John
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        We gots plenty of room here in Texas for ya brother!

      • Jerod Broussard
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        Yeah, shipping costs I noticed with the post office have done a nice jump too. I just put the pork chops in the refrigerator for defrosting.

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        Looks great! Cajun stuffed pork chops are really good, especially on the grill.

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      I went to their site and saw a lot of excellent looking food. Filled a cart and went to check out...over $60 in shipping and dry ice charges. I won't do that just on principle. At least I don't think so. The shrimp look awesome and the stuffed chickens get rave reviews. But that's criminal.

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        I was $38+ on shipping and dry ice. I'm about 3.5 hrs from the place. It was a nice little splurge on myself.

      • Joey877
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        Jerod Broussard is it that good? I'm assuming you've had it before...

      • Jerod Broussard
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        Yeah, I grew up eating this stuff. My parents live about 1 hour from the place. I would have gotten the stuffed chicken but I'm one mouth. I hadn't had the stuffed pork chops since the 90's.

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