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Finding the pot is the most important step of all. I used a 1940's U.S. Army 20 gallon pot.
Take 8 cinderblocks and level them with a shovel and a 4ft builders level. Arrange the blocks in a half circle with the back half towards the predomin...
Find the grate out of an old grill that fits down inside your pot. Cut and wire together 1/4" or 1/2" hardware cloth in a circle around the grate. Ma...
Fill your pot with 8 to 10 gallons of water. Start a fire underneath it and bring water to a boil. Add your food and pull your basket of cooked food o...
Bring water to boil. Add 2 cups of salt and 1/2 cup cracked black peppercorn. Add 4 to 6 Zaterans crab boil bags. Add baby potatoes(usually 4 per pers...
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