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Old 12-04-2005, 06:48 PM   #1
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Non-Q Jambalaya Pics w/ Calphalon Pot

Broke the Calphalon pot in today with a great batch of shrimp and andouille sausage jambalaya


Almost ready for the shrimp.


A pretty good sized pot.


Just add some shrimp to the pot.


Little green on-yawn.


Dinner is served monsewer.



Have a good night folks!!!
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Old 12-04-2005, 06:51 PM   #2
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Looks pretty good Bruce.
Were those shimp pre-cooked?
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Whoooo Boy!! That looks gooood! =P~ Mmmmmmmmm
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Looks pretty good Bruce.
Were those shimp pre-cooked?
Yep, they were Finnster, good eye my boy! I did them yesterday and placed them back in the refrigerator and put them in at the last moment just to heat them up. Really I just folded them in and let them sit for about five minutes and they were fine.
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Homina Homina Homina!
Homina Yada Homina, right back at you.
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great looking food and a nice looking pot but were is my bowl at bruce!!! hey by the way were did you get the pot at?


thanks for shareing,
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were my bowl at bruce!!! hey by the way were did you get the pot at?
Here: pot
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They speak the truth about the handles, had it on the stove for almost two hours and you couldn't feel any heat at all on the handles.
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Old 12-05-2005, 07:23 AM   #10
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It's a great pot....just wish I had some of that jamba in mine. :badgrin:
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Good looking grub there Bruce !
BAM !
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ohhhhh man .. dat do look gooood... Maaaaaan I looooove cajun food... gumbo, jambalaya, etouffe........ =P~

The only thing I don't see is the required bottle of Tabasco on the table.
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