Monday, April 23, 2007

Low Country Boil

I attempt to cook a feast I have never made before with outstanding results. This is a dry run for a big boil I plan on doing in early May for more people...

7 comments:

Jason said...

Extremly entertaining. Excellent cinematography. Better music selection. You are very talented my friend. Thoroughly enjoy your cartoons!

Is is a video fruedian slip of sorts that the still shot that starts the video has you capped with a limp wrist? Or was that BigSip slip that past you when u weren't watching to get u back on the attack on his common sense at the end of the video?

I see that you or someone got the vanscetomy? That yours or BigSips?
I'm banking its yours, given your prudence and frugality. The mini-van is definitly a good financial decision.

Chris said...

That looked really good. Hey, my only question is, who is the dude you can see through the kitchen window streaking across the yard? Just wonderin...

Jamison said...

some guy on a bike.. dunno

Ravid said...

I prefer bite-size pieces of sausage and cut the ears of corn in half. Also switch the shrimp to crawfish. Were there potatoes? I missed those. And you should have used charcoal.

Jamison said...

You are such a dork.
BTW, the corn ears were cut in half after being cooked, we just grabed what was in the freezer.
You know what they say abotu men who like their sausage bite-sized...?

mullinz8 said...

Once again you’ve done a stellar job on your videos.

Good camera use, nice positioning all around.

Here is one tip though. Consider your exits and entrances. When you’re sitting at the fish or something and exit frame you come in from the opposite side at the garage. The only way you really see this because you see the area and garage from both locations. It just helps the consistence of the transition from location to location.

I would finish the piece with more music for the closing shot of the grub.

On our next river trip I say we do a boil.

When is our next trip btw?

Jamison said...

Mullins, I know JUST THE SCENE you are talking about... and honestly, I didnt mean for that to look like a flowing entrance-exit.... it just happened that way and it bothers me alot to watch it, but oh well...

Next trip? Blimey, i am still recovering! You mean to Grove Park? :)

The wife and I ration thos elittle shampoo samples. I smell it every night or may use a little in the hair. I also called GPI and got the names of the CDs they use in the pools, spa, and massage rooms... i downloaded 2 CDs from itunes and my life listens to the songs every night in bed... puts her RIGHT out.

Mullins, when are we going to buy some old furiniture from the GPI rooms?