Bb’s BACK!!!!!!!!

my sister Bb is posting again. i LOVE Bb. she has an absolutely great perspective on the SMP. since she LOVES the food porn, this is for her. good to have her back. and i cannot stress enough how a man NEEDS to have some kitchen prowess. it’s a great way to make a girl work for your attention. when you cook for her, she’s in your house….watcheing you practice your expertise, sipping wine…..and waiting for moment to taste what you cooked, then eventually have a sample of YOU. lol.

the goods

the goods

prepped, and ready for the oven.

prepped, and ready for the oven.

 

doneski. serve with peices of french bread to sop up the liquid

doneski. serve with peices of french bread to sop up the liquid

 

BBQ shrimp is a VERY sexy dish to make for a date. you have to eat it with your hands and it’s messy. food+messy+using your hands=TINGLE CRACK. you can cook this in a relatively short time and it can even be ladled over pasta (i prefer linguine or angel hair). i’d recommend making it once with a 1/2 lb of shrimp and 1/4 of the ingredients listed. adjust the worchestershire sauce and seasonings to suit you. then when you cook for her it’ll be battle-ready. you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make. so….let’s get to it. you need:

  • 2 lbs unpeeled shrimp
  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • juice of 2 lemons
  • 2-4 teaspoons cajun seasoning (or seasoning salt, i use Tony’s)
  • 3-6 cloves of chopped garlic (i use 3 TBS of garlic paste….i’m lazy)
  • 2 sticks of butter, cubed
  • 2-4 TBS cayenne pepper (more or less to taste)
  • French bread (or a baguette, cut in half…..then cut into 3-4″ slices)

place all the ingredients in a roasting pan (3 qt works fine). you basically want a layer 2 shrimp deep. place the rack in the center of your oven, and place the shrimp under the broiler. cook in 4 minute intervals, remove from oven, stir and place back in the oven for another 4 minutes. it’s usually done after 4 passes in the oven. plate and serve with the french bread slices.


30 Comments on “Bb’s BACK!!!!!!!!”

  1. M3 says:

    Ugg. I hate seafood. I leave it for Smeagol.

    My phones charging. You don’t mind late calls eh?

  2. Vicomte says:

    I’m with M3.

    Seafood smells and tastes like a combination of piss and low tide.

    Real sister?

  3. redpillwifey says:

    Oh my gaaaawd I love BBQ shrimp. Best I ever had was a little place just outside the French Quarter, but it was forever ago and I don’t remember the name of the place (probably gone by now?) 😦

    • dannyfrom504 says:

      well, NOW you can make your own. it’s a sexy meal becuase you HAVE to use your fingers. and the girl HAS to suck on her fingers. lol. glass of wine, food i cooked, girl enters a 9 month gestation period. lol.

      • redpillwifey says:

        Hahahaha 🙂 Might want to suggest a thorough hand-washing when you’re done though..l cayenne in sensitive places can’t be pleasant. Ouch.

        And thanks for linking to Bb! She wasn’t on my feed reader, but she is now!

  4. Bb says:

    Ugh, Danny, you’re killing me! I’m not sure whether to thank you for the shout-out post, my stomach is growling! 😉

  5. RojoC says:

    Cooking is pretty goddamn fun. I’ve tried my hand at a few things. I used to grill a lot (last spring before I started working and working out a lot). My biggest “accomplishment” thus far has been rolling out my own pasta dough and making my own filling for torteloni (These are IMO, much simpler than ravioli to make because they just use one big circle of dough. And a torteloni, as I found out is just a big tortellini). Now I just need to fine tune my own perfect filling. The one I went with last time wasn’t the best TBH. Also, I made the dough too thick. Live and learn.

    • dannyfrom504 says:

      go to saveur.com . it’s a GREAT website/magazine for cooking.

      • RojoC says:

        I actually have a few issues that a teacher gave me in HS. Still have them. My understanding of cooking wasn’t like it is now, so I’m sure I could gain something from them today.

        I am from a coastal region in Mexico, so I’m gonna of course vouch for our seafood. Like others have said, everything is FRESH, and that makes all the difference. We obviously use a lot of lime and shit like that, but it works extremely well. One of my favorites is called “Caldo 7 Mares.” It’s bomb when executed correctly. And there is the ceviche. I’m not that familiar with Cajun style, but I’m always down to try it.

        Last but not least, since we’re on this subject, I must say that Gordon Ramsay is my favorite chef. I’d reckon most everyone here will enjoy this clip.

  6. Fitzgerald says:

    Barbecued shrimp! Worked in a Cajun/Creole restaurant years ago, stole the recipe (and lost it it), and used it to great effect on ladies I brought up to a mountain cabin. Fuckin’ love it! Our version used a shitload of black pepper though. I now know what I’m going to be cooking tomorrow night! Thanks Danny, from a fellow Danny (been lurking for a few months)

  7. Fitzgerald says:

    Oh, and for all the seafood haters: you’ve never had fresh and well-prepared seafood. You’re missing out, but all the more for us, eh?

    • dannyfrom504 says:

      thanks for mentioning that. i NEVER use frozen shrimp. it HAS to be fresh.

      • Fitzgerald says:

        Oh, yeah. The boss was a guy who started and owned the University Grill next to the LSU campus for a number of years, good ol’ Catholic N’Awlins boy. He overnighted all sorts of gulf caught stuff to our lil’ place in the CO Rockies. Live crawfish, drum, shrimp, grouper, you name it. Best boss, best job, best work environment of all I’ve ever had.

        • dannyfrom504 says:

          cook in restaurants clean house and always bang the servers. lol. everyone i know in the service industry confirms this.

        • dannyfrom504 says:

          just go to the sidebar and click on “food porn”. it’ll take you to all my food posts.

          most of my recipes are VERY easy to cook. but i always recommend cooking a dish a few times before you cook for a woman.

  8. Spacetraveller says:

    It’s good to hear she’s back, Danny.
    Thanks for the tip – I shall go over and say hello 🙂

    Please don’t post pictures of delicious food in January of all months, Danny.
    Some of us (mentioning no names) are struggling to keep off the excesses of Christmas.
    LOL.

    • dannyfrom504 says:

      NEVER!!!!! i shall temp all you ladies with my delectable treats. lol.

      seriously, Bb is the Zen master of girl game.

      • Spacetraveller says:

        😀

        Thanks for making it that much harder for us to keep off the flab!
        You horrid man, you 😛

        • dannyfrom504 says:

          I got an comment for her late one night after a food post where she alludes to the fact that she was gonna stay away from blog after midnight so doesn’t crave a snack. Lol.

          I’ll be posting about her and I’d humble beginnings soon. Lol. It’s a cool story.

          Sent from my iPhone

  9. Even though I’d pass on seafood (although I wish I -did- like it, looks so good, but tastes so grim), I’ll have to admit… A man who can cook is really hot.

  10. Sis says:

    Sounds yummy, I never know how to cook shrimp.

  11. CLG says:

    This dish is f*cking sex in a pan (I starred out the U for those of the more sensitive gender).


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