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Old 09-04-2017, 06:34 PM   #1
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Frogmore Stew

Decided to forego the traditional Labor Day BRBQ and try out the Can Cooker
https://www.cancooker.com to make Frogmore Stew. We purchased the items needed and prepared our meal. First was 1 cup water and 1 cup beer, i cut onion and 2 cut potatoes with 3 ears of corn halved, salt& pepper, garlic, 1/4 stick butter and Old Bay seasoning. Brought this to boil and let steam on low heat for about 30 minutes. Then I removed the lid and added 1 cup Kielbasa and 1 lb thawed/deveined shrimp, more Old Bay. Put the lid back on and brought everything to a boil, reduced heat for another 15 minutes. Turned off and transferred the contents to serving dish.
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Clean up was easy and everything can go in the dishwasher, I give it a 4/5 star rating because it is aluminum and I prefer stainless cookware.
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That little yellow tin with the red top has been in my kitchen cupboard my entire life.
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That little yellow tin with the red top has been in my kitchen cupboard my entire life.
That is because you were raised on that stuff and McCormick used to make the air smell so good in the city.
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That is because you were raised on that stuff and McCormick used to make the air smell so good in the city.
Boy, hadn't thought about that in a long time! Every time we drove up to see the O's as kids, we'd try to see who could name the "spice-of-the-day" smell first.
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Before McCormick left downtown Baltimore and moved to Hunt Valley, it was a venerable smell test every day, particularly in the summer.
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Kielbasa and shrimp? Now that's a new one for me, and I'm as Polish-American as you can get.
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Kielbasa and shrimp? Now that's a new one for me, and I'm as Polish-American as you can get.
Yeppers and I'm still tasting it today.....
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