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I had 60 scrimps and the 5 oz sirloin. Delicious!

Now we pivot to Red Lobster's AYCE shrimp...

Xanthuos (Sep. 03, 2014 @ 2:56a) |

how does this taste compared to sizzler steak and shrimp?

nwill002 (Sep. 03, 2014 @ 7:49p) |

When I was down at the Gulf a couple months ago, I tried eating some of them Gulf shrimp- but every time I tried to grab... (more)

electricpatj (Sep. 04, 2014 @ 9:59a) |

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IT'S BACK! AND THE SHRIMP ARE BIGGER THAN EVER.

CHOOSE YOUR STEAK
Victoria's Filet* Mignon® and one freshly made side with a Signature side salad.
Outback Special* Sirloin® and one freshly made side.


CHOOSE YOUR UNLIMITED SHRIMP
Choose between our Garlic Herb Butter Shrimp or Crispy Shrimp with your choice of Buffalo or Cocktail sauce. Sorry, Mates, no sharing.

also

NEW GRILLED CHICKEN ON THE BARBIE & UNLIMITED SHRIMP
 

Is a stomach pump included on the shrimp deal?

bopc1996 said:   Is a stomach pump included on the shrimp deal?
  no, a BUCKET... (Monty Python fans)

Can easily feed 3 people for $20 with fresh caught Gulf shrimp and good NY strips, and no one would walk away hungry. I do see if you don't live on the coast, how this deal could be appealing.

this is valid in Illinois?

tgooose said:   Can easily feed 3 people for $20 with fresh caught Gulf shrimp and good NY strips, and no one would walk away hungry. I do see if you don't live on the coast, how this deal could be appealing.
  Wow, 3 good NY strips here will probably cost $20 or more by themselves at the local grocery. Kudo's for you having access to super cheap beef.

Skanky, diseased ridden, polluted Shrimp.

http://www.rodalenews.com/farmed-shrimp

Asian Seafood Raised on Pig Feces Approved for U.S. Consumers (Bloomberg News)

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-11/asian-seafood-raised-on-pig-feces-approved-for-u-s-consumers.html

do you need to print out the offer? or just walk in and mention the deal to waiter? Will bring wife and daughter for a dinner tonight. thanks OP!

JesseLivermore said:   Skanky, diseased ridden, polluted Shrimp.

http://www.rodalenews.com/farmed-shrimp 

Asian Seafood Raised on Pig Feces Approved for U.S. Consumers (Bloomberg News)

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-11/asian-seafood-raised-on... 



 

  Does it make the shrimp tastier ? If yes, then sign me up. 

If you've ever had fresh Gulf shrimp, then you'll never eat the crap that the Steakback Outhouse sells as "shrimp."

But here in Cali, it costs 10 just for the free bread they drop off at your table

JesseLivermore said:   Skanky, diseased ridden, polluted Shrimp.

http://www.rodalenews.com/farmed-shrimp

Asian Seafood Raised on Pig Feces Approved for U.S. Consumers (Bloomberg News)

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-11/asian-seafood-raised-on...

  

RED for THREAD CRAP

bopc1996 said:   Is a stomach pump included on the shrimp deal?
  

is your Momma included?

JesseLivermore said:   Skanky, diseased ridden, polluted Shrimp.

http://www.rodalenews.com/farmed-shrimp

Asian Seafood Raised on Pig Feces Approved for U.S. Consumers (Bloomberg News)

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-11/asian-seafood-raised-on...

 You realize your neighborhood organic apple grower uses commercially bought dried chicken poop as fertilizer? Mine does. You also realize that, before all the chemicals and fertilizers, farmers used human waste for such purpose and no one has died from it?
 

that's absurd. Any bag of even bottom shelf frozen shrimp is at least $20 + $20 for good steaks. Instead I take my portly fems in for unlimited goodness. Boom mind blown. 

Just amazing that people will TC on deals like this, then go eat lunch at McDonalds 3 days a week. There is no such thing as a perfect good meal out. If something is laced with eboli, I'd want to know about it. Other than that, I've lived my whole life with these preservatives and additives, and I haven't croaked yet.

It's hilarious that these know it all, busy body types think they are "educating" and "informing" people that food in restaurants isn't as good for you as what you could grow on your farm.

There is clearly some void missing in their own lives that drives them to stick their nose in others business and try to tell them how to eat.

I have no delusions that any of this is particularly healthy but you know, so what!  Life is short and if I enjoy doing one of these AYE deals "maybe" on average 2 times a year  then that is what I will do.

I don't need some tofu, veggie eating burger food zealot telling me how awful it is for me.    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz is tiresome and boring. 

I am in better shape that probably 90% of the population.  Eating ditch shrimp twice a year isn't going to change that. 

tgooose said:   Can easily feed 3 people for $20 with fresh caught Gulf shrimp and good NY strips, and no one would walk away hungry. I do see if you don't live on the coast, how this deal could be appealing.
  A NY strip from what kind of animal?  are you sure label doesn't say "BEF"?

In the SF Bay Area, the base price is $18.99 for the smallest sirloin and shrimp. If you want a larger size steak, it gets more expensive. If you choose Filet, it is like $30.

Just got back. $15.99 at corp. stores only. Our charged $18.99
Tiny sirloin. Quite tasty garlic shrimps!

I had 60 scrimps and the 5 oz sirloin. Delicious!

Now we pivot to Red Lobster's AYCE shrimp...

how does this taste compared to sizzler steak and shrimp?

HawkeyeNFO said:   If you've ever had fresh Gulf shrimp, then you'll never eat the crap that the Steakback Outhouse sells as "shrimp."
  When I was down at the Gulf a couple months ago, I tried eating some of them Gulf shrimp- but every time I tried to grab one, it slipped right off the plate.  Well-oiled.



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