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Unread 07-16-2013, 06:05 AM   #1
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Default Shrimp on the Cook N Kettle SR

Well, to simply be an attention whore, I am posting my non-eventful pic of grilling shrimp for the first time. I had the temp around 500 F and did 2 minutes per side. My wife picked up the shrimp from our local Reasor's. They did all the prep work leaving me to simply put the shrimp on the grill.


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would love to have one of those cook n kettles
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Nothing non-eventful about that Grilled shrimp are always good
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They look great from here too!!
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Nice!
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Grilled shrimp are wonderful and yours look just great.
The shrimp do go further, tho, when interspersed with scallops on the skewers.
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I'm not even hungry but those shrimp look great!
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Thanks everyone for the compliments.
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I <3 shrimp.

Cool ass kettle cooker you got there!
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That looks really good - pass me a skewer...please
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I interlink shrimp when I skewer them.
IMO, they cook more evenly.

Something like this.
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