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txbo

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A little disappointed in what Shrimp Dock had available. I did get some pork and gator sausage and packaged "filet of gator," which is frozen but looks like smaller chunks. I may have no choice but to brine, cajun season, and grill on skewers
That can still be tasty. I'd grill it slow on indirect heat.
 

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Anyone ever had success with gator aside from frying it? Would like to include it in tailgate fair, but I'm not taking a fryer and oil.
Yes I was a part time cook at Gator Baby’s in FWB as a USAF side gig. To me the best way is shaved air thin. Put shavings in a container with Zesty Italian/your favorite marinade and refrigerate overnight shaking often. Grill top or skillet for maybe 2 minutes…pull it and put on a sub roll, garnish to your liking and enjoy the best Gator you’ll ever eat.
 

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Yup. The last one worked out to where it was ready in time for supper but I pushed my luck and yesterday it wasn’t done till 8 (not counting resting time.)
Murphy's Law! When you "need" it finished it takes its sweet time. Wrap it, crank up the heat, and pray.
 

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