Steamed Bucket

By: Millie’s Here Now
7/20/2020 1:11 PM

Having seafood friends coming from out of state this week and thought about getting one of the steamed buckets some restaurants and fish stores have for when they get here. Not sure how to do it. Do you just boil the whole bucket you get on your stove? How long? I can get it done by store but don’t know when friends arriving? Is that better idea? Suggestions welcomed.

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By: Tim-OBX
7/20/2020 1:26 PM

Wondering where you are in the 100 miles of the OBX. No sense you going to Duck if you are in Hatteras.

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By: bets
7/20/2020 1:54 PM

The bucket we got from Sugar Shack in June came with instructions on how to cook it. Very simple and very delicious.

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By: OSU_1355
7/20/2020 2:02 PM

Wondering where you are in the 100 miles of the OBX. No sense you going to Duck if you are in Hatteras.

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By: Millie’s Here Now
7/20/2020 2:19 PM

In KDH.

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By: JoyinVirginia
7/20/2020 2:21 PM

If you are close to Nags Head, I agree Sugar Shack does very nice buckets and give you clear directions.
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By: hoi toide
7/20/2020 2:40 PM


By: KellMichelle
7/20/2020 3:18 PM

When we stayed in KDH we ordered a pot from Mulligans. Up north in Duck we've done Dockside n Duck.

You can pick it up earlier in the day and then you cook when you're ready to eat. As for directions, you just put liquid of choice (we use beer) in the pot they provide with seasonings they provide. Any quick cooking seafood, like shrimp or scallops, are added last 5 mins or so. They come with directions but I think it normally takes about 30 mins or so after it comes to a boil.

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