Shrimp Season is early
- Sue in Mt P Apr 10, 2012 11:29 AM
don't work too hard.;-)
I hope that means a great prosperous year for the shrimpers.
My uncles (and a lot of others ) just lost the whole peach crop to hail that covered a swath in northern g'ville and spartanburg counties and heading toward Chesnee. And now frost warnings for Wed night. It's rough when your living is dependent on nature.
Boo about the crop. Peaches are my favorite fruit.
I discussed the nature of the work with Tommy. There's a nice article about him in "Palate" magazine. Have you seen it?
I think you'll like it. When you come down, let me know if you want shrimp right off the boat. I can say, without hesitation, they are so sweet!
Seeing your bag of Carolina shrimp makes me giddy... there's nothing finer. What'd you do with 'em tonight?
Danna, sorry to hear about your uncles' crops. I have nothing but respect for farmers, who roll the dice and gamble against mother nature every season. They are far more daring than I could ever be.
re: Sue in Mt P
wow, sounds great! Did you let the shrimp cool first before dressing them?
How much are shrimp going for a pound (more or less)? We should start a little business. You meet me and lynn in Columbia and we'll drive 'em the rest of the way to Charlotte and G'ville. I wonder what the market would bear for shrimp that gorgeous if people knew they came off the dock that morning. I drive fast.