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Old 02-14-2010, 10:56 AM   #1
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A Different Kind of Barbeque

I decided I felt like doing some barbequed shrimp instead of grilled steaks. So, this is the result(BTW this is a regular New Orleans dish):


The shrimp waiting to go into the big pot. 15 lbs of 16 count



In the pot with spices and white wine and starting to simmer.Butter to come later.



Done! This is my serving. Note the small lobster I did in this method, it came out really good! Fresh crispy Italian bread for sopping up all the delicious sauce.



Added this stuffed artichoke for nibbling.



Almost forgot about the shrimp I fried as well.



And King cake for dessert.
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Old 02-14-2010, 10:59 AM   #2
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All looks delicious! I'd like to hear more about the stuffed artichoke.
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It all looks great, love those shrimp!
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:08 AM   #4
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Sure Shores, I usually help my wife make them but, this one I picked at a local supermarket. In New Orleans they are at every seafood store and almost all grocery stores. I'll get the recipe from my wife and post it for you. It's sort of labor intensive but usually we will make about 10 or 20 and freeze them but they ARE really good.
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:19 AM   #5
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i'd be sopping that bread like crazy
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If you remind me, when I get home I'll post my wides recipe for stuffed artichocks. I don't think they are that labor intensive. Great job on the meal!
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Very very nice. I love using the bread for sopping up the sauce. Also, don't tell your wife you will be posting your "wides" recipe.
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If you remind me, when I get home I'll post my wides recipe for stuffed artichocks. I don't think they are that labor intensive. Great job on the meal!
I didn't really mean they were THAT labor intensive, just that I think it's better to make more than 1 or 2 at a time. When you do 10 - 20 then it can be a mess. And not that it's not worth the mess. They can be very good.
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Well looks good to me. Good job.

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That looks soooo good I want to throw my ribeyes away
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