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Big Dave2

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About Big Dave2

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  • Birthday 05/18/1970

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  • Name:
    Dave
  • Location:
    Belle Plaine, MN, USA
  • Interests:
    The outdoors, camping, fishing hunting, woodworking, business.
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  1. I've been informed that I'll be making this again this weekend up at the camper for some friends that will be joining us.
  2. I agree with you and that's why I was hoping to get some sensible folks to take the survey.
  3. Yes, cover tightly with foil. I'm not sure about the shrimp, my wife usually picks those up at the store whenever they are on sale.
  4. I have found personally that salmon is so flavorful and so moist that for me there is no good reason to brine. I just slap the pieces on a cedar plank (keeps the salmon from drying out) and apply a liberal coating of some sweet salmon seasoning like the one pictured below and grill them in my overpriced pellet grill at about 300 degrees.
  5. For years I've been doing this recipe from Old Bay HSOforum in my turkey pot while camping.....https://www.mccormick.com/old-bay/recipes/main-dishes/the-original-old-bay-shrimp-boil-shrimp-fest The only thing I change is I add cooked chicken when I add the sausage and I usually add some cayan pepper depending on the crowd eating. The difference this time is instead of boiling in a pot I just put all the ingredients in 2 foil covered aluminum pans (only because I didn't have one large pan handy) and a half bottle of beer in each one for liquid. I put the whole thing on the grill at about 400 degrees for almost 1 hour. I think the recipe I used said 45 minutes but the potatoes didn't seem quite done yet so I waited another 10-15 minutes before eating. I always season again with some more old bay and some cajun spice on the plate. I thought it was better this way than boiled and much easier. I thought the shrimp would be overcooked and considered waiting to put them in until the last 15 minutes or so but I thought they turned out perfect this way so I will continue to do it this way.
  6. The link is surveymonkey.com. Do you recognize that?
  7. Well, the overpriced pellet grill that I cooked this meal on is the one I have up at the camper and I paid $50 for it so......
  8. Shrimp boil on my overpriced pellet grill up at the camper.
  9. Got this in my email today. Click on the link and take the survey. http://links.govdelivery.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTEmbWFpbGluZ2lkPTIwMTkwNTIyLjYxNzA1MzEmbWVzc2FnZWlkPU1EQi1QUkQtQlVMLTIwMTkwNTIyLjYxNzA1MzEmZGF0YWJhc2VpZD0xMDAxJnNlcmlhbD0xNzYxNDI0NiZlbWFpbGlkPWRhdmlkdzg3M0BnbWFpbC5jb20mdXNlcmlkPWRhdmlkdzg3M0BnbWFpbC5jb20mZmw9JmV4dHJhPU11bHRpdmFyaWF0ZUlkPSYmJg==&&&100&&&https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/fishingAIS?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
  10. Big Dave2

    New Ride!

    Overpriced bicycle.........
  11. Best thing that ever happened to the Twins was saying goodbye to Mauer.
  12. Yikes! Sorry to hear that happened to you. Sounds to me like it may be a known issue with your specific brand and luckily they have good customer service and are willing to make it right. Could also be that Leech sabotaged your smoker just to teach you a lesson about buying overpriced grills that he doesn't approve of..... Either way, I hope you get it fixed and back up and running soon!
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