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  • #14166
    82shovel
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    Boiled a bag of bugs last weekend and we tried something different. Instead of smoked sausage we used sweet Italian sausage. That turned out GOOD. I was wondering what all else everyone uses? I also used alot of onions but left a few whole and the next day we sliced them and made onion rings out of them. They were limp, but really good. We also made fries out of the left over taters. Now I am gonna have to make a big batch of homemade Ettoufee’.

    #57184
    Peggy
    Member

    Okay B2B, you have me drooling! :feedme:

    I haven’t ever eaten it any other way than the usual, that does sound good! Never thought about making onion rings out of the onions in the boil!

    You know what Mama always said……share! πŸ˜†

    #57187
    luckylucky
    Moderator

    Hmmmmm………….. :feedme:

    Pensacola………….
    I can find Pensacola…………..spent time in the brig there, ‘

    Can you feed me AND the warden ?

    #57191
    82shovel
    Participant

    @lucky wrote:

    Hmmmmm………….. :feedme:

    Pensacola………….
    I can find Pensacola…………..spent time in the brig there, ‘

    Can you feed me AND the warden ?

    Come on over, I always have extras…. 8) :pig:

    Plus, I have a kegerator!!!!!!!!!!

    #57199
    Peggy
    Member

    Hey hey now, Lucky, you forgot me! πŸ˜₯

    That’s okay, B2B is gonna come pick me up on his bike! Right B2B?? πŸ˜‰ I dont’ live but a few hours from there! :pig:

    #57217
    luckylucky
    Moderator

    Y’all would be amazed at how hard it is to get a “bag of bugs” round here……….almost always have to order them at the restaurant….. and when you CAN find ’em to prepare at home, the quality is , well, lacking……….

    #57237
    Peggy
    Member

    That is why you and the Warden need to head this way Lucky!

    #57248
    Old CooT
    Member

    Live bugs here are now $1.17 a lb,.. aside from taters in the boiling pot,.. we drop in whole garlic and onions, and my favorite,. corn on the cob,.. half cobs that is so there is enuf to go around..

    that corn is the ultimate in corn

    #57250
    82shovel
    Participant

    WOW I paid $1.99 a pound for them and I thought that was good. I have paid as much as $3.45 a pound.

    #57312
    Peggy
    Member

    $3.45? 😯 😯

    #57317
    luckylucky
    Moderator

    I’ve never got ’em that cheap………… when they’re available thay rank with south american sea bass………. πŸ˜₯

    needless to say, I eat a lot of shrimp !
    8)

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