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Ok that makes sense. When I saw swan I figured it was an member id.

When I went to cub today I asked the HS kid if they had any  I got "I know we have them I just don't know where they'd be". I said freezers maybe by the other tots he said "what makes you think that"

You can't make it up!

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13 hours ago, delcecchi said:

I think Schwan's is what was meant.  

https://www.schwans.com/products/product?id=60297

 

The operator person will bring them right to your abode.  

 

Fake quote. I never said anything about 'Swans". I thought you were against fake quotes?

 

 

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On 6/29/2018 at 7:12 PM, bobberineyes said:

Swans stuffed cheesy tots n brats. 

sorry, quoted wrong post.   If one quotes a quote, the system messes up the attribution

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That was my wife taking a Snapchat vid of the kids, my daughter took that picture..  steak night is probably my favorite night, but taco night is a close second lol

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Shrimp boil in foil packets on the pellet grill. Potatoes, corn, Andouille sausage, shrimp, lemon slices, butter and Cajun seasoning. I usually use some Old Bay in my shrimp boil but I was out and didn't know it until I started putting it all together.  

 

 

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10 hours ago, Big Dave2 said:

Shrimp boil in foil packets on the pellet grill. Potatoes, corn, Andouille sausage, shrimp, lemon slices, butter and Cajun seasoning. I usually use some Old Bay in my shrimp boil but I was out and didn't know it until I started putting it all together.  

 

How long and what temp did you cook this? Looks really good I want to give it a try now.

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7 minutes ago, rundrave said:

 

How long and what temp did you cook this? Looks really good I want to give it a try now.

 

The recipe I sort of followed said to cook it for 15-17 minutes at 350 but it took about 25-30 minutes to get the potatoes done even though I sliced them thin.

 

It's worth a try. We do a shrimp boil sometimes when we go camping with a group. I do it in the turkey pot and follow the recipe from Old Bay seasoning w-e-b-s-i-t-e except I like to add some chicken as well. It is very good and everyone loves it. 

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12 minutes ago, Big Dave2 said:

 

The recipe I sort of followed said to cook it for 15-17 minutes at 350 but it took about 25-30 minutes to get the potatoes done even though I sliced them thin.

 

It's worth a try. We do a shrimp boil sometimes when we go camping with a group. I do it in the turkey pot and follow the recipe from Old Bay seasoning w-e-b-s-i-t-e except I like to add some chicken as well. It is very good and everyone loves it. 

Thanks big d, I wanna give it a shot as well!!

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I too am going to try that, done it with burger before.  I think with shrimp I'd maybe pre-cook the taters some, half way??  then cut foil cause shrimp cook super fast!!  thanks for the idea!!

 

and old bay is a must on that!!!

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5 hours ago, Mike89 said:

I too am going to try that, done it with burger before.  I think with shrimp I'd maybe pre-cook the taters some, half way??  then cut foil cause shrimp cook super fast!!  thanks for the idea!!

 

and old bay is a must on that!!!

 

Yeah, none of the recipes say to pre-cook the potatoes but I think I might do it next time or else just open the packets and throw the shrimp in at the end. I was surprised though that the shrimp was good and didn't seem too over cooked. I think the key is to make sure to use raw shrimp not pre-cooked.

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2 hours ago, Big Dave2 said:

 

Yeah, none of the recipes say to pre-cook the potatoes but I think I might do it next time or else just open the packets and throw the shrimp in at the end. I was surprised though that the shrimp was good and didn't seem too over cooked. I think the key is to make sure to use raw shrimp not pre-cooked.

 

 

do agree, like your thoughts...

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On 7/15/2018 at 9:41 AM, Kidd said:

If you're feeling adventurous some time follow the same process you just explained but instead of using a rib rub try using a generous amount of Montreal Chicken seasoning with yellow mustard as your glue.  Also, try a wing or thigh before using the Famous Dave sauce.

 

Goof Luck

We were "missing" a few pieces of chicken between the time we took them out of the smoker and put them on the grill with the BBQ sauce. They vanished, I swear!

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we do a package similar to big dave's shrimp boil but with walleye

layer of sliced new taters on the bottom, then the walleye filet, add carrots, bell pepper and sweet onion from the garden, w/butter pat and old bay

i seal the packet and poke once with a fork to let some of the steam escape. on the grill at 350 for 40 minutes

 

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3 hours ago, Illini Walli said:

we do a package similar to big dave's shrimp boil but with walleye

layer of sliced new taters on the bottom, then the walleye filet, add carrots, bell pepper and sweet onion from the garden, w/butter pat and old bay

i seal the packet and poke once with a fork to let some of the steam escape. on the grill at 350 for 40 minutes

 

 

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