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Greg and Les show how to make Party Shrimp Caesar Salad for Super Bowl
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Gregory Dumorne: How are you doing? I’m Greg. Les Saurey: And I’m Les from Real Deal Catering. Gregory Dumorne: In this section here, we are actually going to cook Shrimp Caesar Salad so you can also make your friends at the Superbowl party feel like you are just a great guy. In this segment also I am going to have the big old pals working with them will actually work because he has just been giving no money right now. Le Saurey: But I am eating well. Gregory Dumorne: So, what we are going to do before, first and foremost, we are going to have to clean the shrimp and here is your shrimp. You can buy 21-26 as these right here actually, 21-26. I like to use the bigger shrimp usually maybe a U12 or U10 whatever, it is up to you. Les Saurey: This is the U10. Gregory Dumorne: Well, actually the numbers are how many shrimp you get per pound, and I showed you how to do it better than that. Take this take the shell off, you want to leave the tail on. Just cut the back to devein it. Les Saurey: Oh Yes, I actually do remember this. Gregory Dumorne: I guess, you could do about five of them. Go right on the vein. Take your knife and take it right on. Now, when I have 12, I have to tell you that if this guy can do it, anybody can do it. Les Saurey: I really thank you. It makes me feel because he does not like that but, it is another story. Gregory Dumorne: While he is doing that, turn on the grill, get it nice and hot. What we are going to do at this point, spray a little spray, see how hot that is, spray some Pam on your pan. Les Saurey: Pam on your pan. Gregory Dumorne: Right here, this is actually Maryland crab seasoning, I don't do all that, I think it is too salty, but it dissolves into that and that is fine too. Now, I am just going to turn the shrimp. You can use a pan if you don't have one of these gadgets-gadgets. Les Saurey: What do they call? Gregory Dumorne: It is actually just a thick flat top. A real restaurant will have actually a real flat top. And you just use it for searing things. While that’s cooking, you may use some cheddar bread. The cheddar bread is nothing but fresh bread. You sprinkle some cheddar cheese on top of it, throw it in oven, let it melt and it comes out quickly, cheddar bread. Shrimp is pretty easy to cook. It cooks pretty quickly of course, once it turns red that meat is done which is pretty much the same thing for crabs. I am sure everybody in the Maryland, D.C. area knows how to cook crabs. I am just going to heat the cheddar bread a little bit. Les Saurey: Why do you use long Maine instead of just— Gregory Dumorne: For the Caesar Salad. Les Saurey: Is that what you are supposed to do for the Caesar salad? Gregory Dumorne: That is correct. I am just laying them on their backs a little bit. Make sure they get cooked all the way through. I am not cooperating. Les Saurey: Now, is that done? Gregory Dumorne: At this point, you take the cheddar bread and we put the lettuce. Then we put the shrimp, it cooperates, parmesan cheese and that looks good, Caesar dressing and there you have the shrimp Caesar salad, the real deal Superbowl way. Next, we’re going to move into beef Fajitas and then we are going to finish off with the vegetarian dish.