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Cancooker Meal #2

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Tonight's meal via the Cancooker was a Low Country Boil of crayfish, shrimp, andouille & kielbasa sausages, baby new potatoes and corn on the cob, bell pepper and onion. Seasonings use were Old Bay and a homemade Creole seasoning.

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Most impressive! Looks like a pic out of Southern Living Magazine!...JJ
 

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A kings feast, damn that’s a good mix. The can cooker sounds interesting, never heard of these before.
 

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Darn good looking plate. I love mudbugs.....just cant peel 'em fast enough.

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Nice cook love seafood and sausage boils.

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That is a fine looking meal there Dutch!!
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That looks fantastic !
 

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That looks absolutely fantastic.
 

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Dutch, that is a thing of beauty. As somebody has already said, it looks like the cover pic from Southern Living magazine. Very well done!!

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Never seen one that meal looks awesome! Gonna have to check into it. Thanks for sharing!
 

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That's one fine lookin' plate right there, I'd be all over that! RAY
 

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As everybody said.. that's a fine looking meal...

But I was looking for your comments ??
 

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Thanks all for your comments. Ma Dutch said the Andouille sausage was a bit spicy for her liking and she doesn't like peeling the crayfish. They’re are kind of like pistachios, Ma will eat them if I will peel them!
When I SCUBA dived the local reservoirs, my dive buddy and I would take nets down with us and catch crayfish. When we surfaced we pulled out the boil pot and propane burner and commence to cooking and eating well.
 

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A kings feast, damn that’s a good mix. The can cooker sounds interesting, never heard of these before.
Jabiru, milk can suppers are a throwback to cowboy days working on the ranch and pioneers crossing the plains when they had a non-travel day.
Food would be layered in a milk can, liquid added to the can to create steam and the milk can was placed on a campfire.
 

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