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sounds like a winner. Cajun...
We got some old bay seasoning, salt, garlic, pepper and olive oil. Put corn, potatoes, anduile sausage and shrimp in some aluminum foil put the seasoning on it and wrapped it up in a nice package. 20 mins on the grill over the heat and it was good to go.
originally posted by: Atsbhct
For your thicker steaks, definitely make sure they're room temp before you grill them. And make sure you rest them afterwards.
While they're resting, then cook your shrimp. If they're in direct contact with the grill, make sure the grill is cleaned and oiled lightly. Shrimp take practically no time to cook, so skewer them securely, and do about a minute a side. Brush them with some butter, herbs, garlic, whatever you like.
I can fire up the grill and cook a steak, just wondering if anybody has a "to die for" recipe.
originally posted by: argentus
a reply to: caterpillage
You beat me to it. Amazingribs have taught me how to make truly AMAZING ribs, along with cooking dang near everything else on the grill.
To the OP, because of the above link, I acquired a Smokenator for my Weber grill. WONderful. Really adds a whole lot of range to your grill (if you have a Weber or similar).
I can now grill Spiney Lobsters cut it half alongside thick-cut ribeyes AND vegetables and everything comes out right. Of course, they don't all go on at the same time.