Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Weekly Shipwreck Wrecipe

So last Friday on The Shipwreck, I shared another "Simple Recipe for Simple People." This one is a personal favorite because it involves a ½ meat. (See the Man B Que Rule that states: No less than 4 different meats are to be served at Man B Que. There is a maximum of 17 ½ meats* allowed. *Processed meats such as non-beef hot dogs and gyro meat count as a ½ meat.) ½ meats don't get nearly the attention or respect that "real" meats get but they are certainly not lacking in flavor; this may be due to the random animal parts that get thrown in to the mix during the creation of said meat or the over abundance of salts that manufacturers add to these tasty delights. Regardless, this Shipwreck Wrecipe is still a good one and a cheap one at that.

Weekly Shipwreck Wrecipe:

The Poor Hawaiian
1 Can of Spam (Unless you want more. Make as much as you want, you deserve it)
1 Large pineapple

Cut Spam and pineapple into large cubes
Place the cubes onto fully soaked skewers
Place skewers on the grill, directly over the center for about 4 minutes on one side before turning and repeating
Remove the skewers, let them cool off (don't be an idiot) and enjoy. (Being that Spam is not "real" meat and does not necessarily have to be cooked, we reccommend 4 minutes just to get it nice and toasty, you can keep it on there longer if you prefer.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

The Weekly Shipwreck Wrecipe

For those of you that don't know, Man B Que has partnered up with the coolest new college radio show, The Shipwreck . Every Friday at 11pm cst, we will be giving out Man B Que updates as well as our new Weekly Shipwreck Wrecipe.

Mike and John steer The Shipwreck every Friday from 10pm-12am cst. every Friday night playing only kick-ass rock music, talking sports and promoting insatiable living. You can't get anymore Man B Que than that!

Last episode I gave props to fellow Man B Que bro, Billy Sherer and his organization Nation of Patriots. I also shared a "simple recipe for simple folk" passed along from my friend, "The Steak's Attorney," Kenneth.

Weekly Shipwreck Wrecipe:

The Attorney's Delight
Jumbo, uncooked, peeled and deveined shrimp (As many as you wanna scarf down)
Thick sliced bacon (Half a slice of bacon per shrimp)
Olive oil or melted butter (Man B Que men prefer butter because....we do!)
Maple syrup

1. Lightly brush olive oil or butter onto both sides of the shrimp
2. Wrap the shrimp in half a slice of bacon and place on a pre-soaked skewer. (Soak skewers in water for about half hour before using so they don't catch fire while on the grill)
3. Place shrimp on the outside of the the grill (charcoal grills work best, if using gas place them on the top rack, if you don't have a rack, just make sure they aren't directly over the flame.)
4. Lightly oil grill grate. Cook shrimp on preheated grill for 2 to 3 minutes per side, or until opaque.
5. Brush on a light layer of maple syrup to both sides and place on the grill for an extra 30 seconds

Eat and enjoy, MAN B QUE!