Low country boil

Posted by: fw707

Low country boil - 09/01/18 10:32 PM

Fed 18 folks and had leftovers....



Posted by: Cinch

Re: Low country boil - 09/01/18 11:04 PM

Wow that looks fantastic!
Posted by: fw707

Re: Low country boil - 09/01/18 11:10 PM

Originally Posted By: Cinch
Wow that looks fantastic!


Thanks!
5 pounds red taters
6 pounds shrimp
36 short ears of corn, and
4 pounds of smoked sausage...
Posted by: crapshoot

Re: Low country boil - 09/02/18 01:09 AM

Hot links work good too. Not to mention a bunch of old bay in the water..
Posted by: fw707

Re: Low country boil - 09/02/18 10:12 AM

Originally Posted By: crapshoot
Hot links work good too. Not to mention a bunch of old bay in the water..


Yep, I had the water loaded up with Old Bay, Tony Chachereís, lemons, a head of garlic, and onions before the other stuff went in.
Planning on mixing up the sausage next time-maybe some andouille and hot Conecuh.
Low country boils were typically poor folks getting together and throwing anything they had into the pot.
Posted by: Cinch

Re: Low country boil - 09/02/18 01:54 PM

Iím going to have to try this next time I go on days off...
Posted by: fw707

Re: Low country boil - 09/02/18 02:45 PM

Originally Posted By: Cinch
Iím going to have to try this next time I go on days off...


I donít know any easier way to cook a great meal for a big bunch of folks.
Posted by: crapshoot

Re: Low country boil - 09/03/18 07:52 PM

Your post made me fix up a batch of dirty rice.
Posted by: fw707

Re: Low country boil - 09/03/18 09:02 PM

Originally Posted By: crapshoot
Your post made me fix up a batch of dirty rice.


Excellent!
The dirtier the betterer!!

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