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    Default Frogmore Stew

    6qts water
    3/4 cup old bay seasoning or bagged crabboil
    2 lb new potatoes
    2 lb smoked sausage
    24 corn on cob niblets
    about 4 lb large fresh shrimp
    bring water and seasonings to boil, add potatoes, cook about 15 minutes, add sausage and corn, cook another 5 to 10 min until potatoes are done, add shrimp and cook til pink, about 5 more minutes.


    Line picnic table with newspaper for easy cleanup of discarded corn cobs and shrimp peelings.
    No need to drain, just let everyone help themselves from the pot. Serves about 12.

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    They made this for a rehearsal dinner for a wedding I went to in North Carolina. I'd never heard of it before that, thanks for the recipe!

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    I think I might add this to Christmas Eve Dinner! Thanks

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    You're welcome, it's so easy to make and everyone seems to enjoy it.

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    Oh boy, does this sound delicious! I do not dare print off another recipe, so I will bookmark it! LOL. Thanks.

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    Certainly does sound good. Margaret K , good idea to book mark this one Lolll know what you mean there.
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    man.. that sounds so good.. shouldn't be reading recipes while making breakfast for the hubbie and kiddy. LOL!! might make something "non-breakfast" friendly. LOL!!

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