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carmones alcapolco..... jumbos shrimp stuffed with queso cheese, wrapped with bacon, now everyone knows bacon makes everything better mmmmmmm oh and some kick ass rice and salad

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Pork ribs, corn and sliced tomatoes, with Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing.

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lol fj yeah they had some floating. Ill just stick to the stainless ones that we use when we borow one .

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Just take one used coffin, rip out the liner, install grate at bottom, flip the lid to hold burning embers, and you should have a Cajun microwave. Were there not an abundance of those floating around after Katina?

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It is an outside cooking box,Kind of like the hole in the ground cook method but you can cook meat in it. I know this for a fact because they originated down here in Louisiana and you will never find a better way to cook meat ie. whole pig beef quarter,,They really cook AWSOME. I have a few friends who have them.

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Excuse this fast talking, long voweled Yankee, but what the heck is a Cajun (or Cuban) Microwave?

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Cajun microwave is very costly.I am lucky enought to have a few friends who have them lol. Tonight I am frying chicken livers for me and the Mrs. Frying chicken tenders for the kids Also fried mushrooms onion rings and french fries. Sliced cucumbers and tomatos.

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Bacchus know anything about building or equipment involving food...he...hehehe.

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LW size is only limited by your budget, you need one about the size of a coffin. If Bac is good with building it should be no problem for him to construct one over a W/E. It could be mounted on a utility trailer or wheels built into the frame. Shame I don't live in FL anymore I would help. I think buying one assembled would probably cost close to a grand, probably about the same price as a barrel pig roaster.

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I've looked at them. I don't think it's going to be big enough. Although I do love the way they work. I'm going to need one that can do about 150 lbs and can easily be trailered or is actually on a trailer.

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