Boiling Driftwood

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I have seen posts about boiling larger pieces of driftwood in the past. I used my outdoor propane burner and a turkey fryer pot.
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After about an hour or so on the boil this is how the water looked.
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Haha I brew beer so I have the same setup, a HUGE pot and burner, works like a charm
 
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Next is a forty pound sack of crawfish, it's that time of year around here.
 

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I can see max's neighbors thinking he is cooking something great! Won't they be disappointed! :hilarious:
 
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RedLoredAmazon said:
I can see max's neighbors thinking he is cooking something great! Won't they be disappointed! :hilarious:
Feed enough of Bizarros beer and they'll eat anything. I'm actually known as a pretty good cook around the block. My neighbor's wife is first generation Tejano and I keep up with her and her family cooking Hispanic food.
 

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