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I'm making shrimp fried rice tomorrow for dinner(fried rice is my latest obsession, move over onion soup!) and I wanted to know anyone thinks I should add bell pepper to it? I'm thinking of adding it at the end.
 

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Are you all crazy?

Use Tony Chachere's on everything.

Where are you people from?

Yankees like @Madmarsha?

Thank God California sells it.

I really would move back.
I was afraid when I first moved here and couldn't find Old Bay Seasoning. Old Bay >>>>>> Tony Chachere's (but I can find it here now and have both in the cupboard).
 

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I was afraid when I first moved here and couldn't find Old Bay Seasoning. Old Bay >>>>>> Tony Chachere's (but I can find it here now and have both in the cupboard).
Funny story-

many years ago a hosted a crawfish boil for a Maryland native. He was a fed agent stationed here for couple years.

so to return the favor, he said he would do crabs while i do crawfish. GREAT! some good boiling goin on.

Welp i was NOT prepared for what he brought out. It was a tray of crabs BURIED under what looked to me like mud. im like ok what in the world is THAT?!?!?!

Hes like "Dude that is OLD BAY- the GOOD stuff!!!!" Apparently "seasoning" means layering the Old Bay on TOP of the steamed crabs ( steamed not boiled ) and allowing it to "settle in" -

i didnt even know where to begin. lol.
 

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