Sunday, March 21, 2010
Cap'n John's Boat Jam & Bonus Recipe
If you missed this on Friday night, you better get your tail over to CMT and watch the whole show. What a kick off for the season this was. This is a Newie But Goodie and an Old But Goodie combined, confirmation of the whole idea behind CMT's Crossroads. Jimmy's getting old like me, and I am glad to see the next generation carrying it on.
Now there's just one more thing you need, and I'm gonna tell you exactly how to do this:
Captain John's Pina Colada
1/2 can real coconut oil, like Coco Lopez shown above.
1 basket fresh ripe strawberries, about 10-12 good size, the riper the better.
12 shots Myer's Dark Jamaican Rum
Put all ingredients into a Kitchenaid Blender (because any other one sucks)
Plug the blender in to a power invertor located on floation vessel
Blend three or four 2 second button pushes
Fill it to the top with ice, will be a little thick, but melts quick on the water.
Do not over mix, 5 or 6 button pushes only or it turns into a watery mush. (The Bumpkin always over mixes and it's a watery mush)
Now grab the bag of crawfish, prop your feet up on the side of the boat, and enjoy.
*****WARNING****** Do not operate vessel for at least 3 hours after consumption.
In case you don't know this has to be done when just cruisin' around on the boat.
On a Fishing Charter Boat, they are two voodoos to have on the boat.
One is a banana, and the other is a woman. (Don't get pissy on me, I know some pretty good Fishin' Chicks)
Now crank it up, and head Due South!
Life Is Good Today,