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Old 05-23-2008, 08:48 AM   #1
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I built a cajun wind block out of a 55 gallon drum and tested it out making Rib Eyes & shrimp.

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Old 05-23-2008, 08:54 AM   #2
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Great stuff sapo!!!!!
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Old 05-23-2008, 10:07 AM   #3
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Nice going SS. That is a great idea for a wind block.

Food look real good also.
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Good lookin grub Sapo, Wind blocks ar nessisary for a low flame in the last phase of jambalaya cooking, they also used to simmer beans that are cooked along with jambalaya as a side dish...
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What's that fourth item on the plate, SS? Not yet another meat, is it?

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Holy crap that looks great. I think you have more BBQ toys than anyone I have ever encountered!!! But more than that the food looks great - which is what really matters.
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Nice Job SS, everything looks delicious and that's a great idea for the wind block. May need to rustle up one of them for my WSM. Thanks for the idea.
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What's that fourth item on the plate, SS? Not yet another meat, is it?

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Boudin... mostly rice, but gooooooooood!!!!
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Great Job SS
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What's that fourth item on the plate, SS? Not yet another meat, is it?

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Boudin... mostly rice, but gooooooooood!!!!
Well, of course it's good, it's got a substantial pork component!

Everything looks great.

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(Angus rib eye, huh? Does steak get any better than that?)
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The boudin looked good too.
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That looks absolutley farking delicious!
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Fabulous Sapo!!!!
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Dude...You're the MAN!!!

How was the pan ribeye vs. open flame grilled?
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How was the pan ribeye vs. open flame grilled?
Not much difference.. Charred meat tastes good all the time...
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God I would give my left wheel for some of those FRESH gulf shrimp! Fantastic cook Sapo!!!
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God I would give my left wheel for some of those FRESH gulf shrimp! Fantastic cook Sapo!!!
Save your wheels and try some of these frozen shrimp, Larry. These were Bama brand and were 16/20, meaning 16 to 20 shrimp per lb. I got 'em at Giant. They were the best shrimp I can remember having up here, much better texture and flavor than the usual stuff.



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Ya did it again SS, got everyone drooling.
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