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Old 08-28-2008, 04:41 PM
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Shrimp Boil-

Ok, Gimme some ideas.....

I only have about 6 people eating (so I'll cook for 9...)

Gimme a list!

I am thinking shrimp, kielbasa, lemon, onion, corn, red taters zatarains shrimp boil, loads of cayenne pepper (I like it HOT), maybe a head of garlic.


How do you cook yours? I havent done one in years..in fact last time I did it I used crawfish...

Could I toss some blue crab in there or would that be bad?
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Old 08-28-2008, 06:24 PM
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Clams!
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Old 08-28-2008, 06:26 PM
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When and where? I'll be there!!! LOL
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Sounds like the way I do it. I double the Zatarains and follow the cooking instructions. never tried the Crab. I don't see why it won't work. Might throw crabs in first. That way the shrimp won't overcook.
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:17 AM
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geeeezzzzzzzz.........u got my stomach gowlin, i would love to come and will bring extra beer. I think u be just to far away though!
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I say Lobster, Clams and Crab!!!! And when are you making this again?

Oh yah and potatoes!
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already made it, but probably will do another when the weather gets a bit cooler and I can get some bigger shrimps.

I will add much more spice than last time. I had the water spiced up real good, then put the stuff in and it was......not spicy to me, but EVERYONE else thought it was great (no, they weren't just full of it...they asked/talked for days afterwards)
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Dump a can or two of beer in the mix it ads a good flavor.
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Steamed shrimp is the best. Toss it on a folded out newspaper when its done and dig in
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Dump a can or two of beer in the mix it ads a good flavor.
As far as sea food is concernd you can boil any combo and it will be good.
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