Think of this as “pulled venison”, a wonderful and simple way to show off one of the least respected cuts. It’s a guaranteed hit, even among folks that aren’t too sure about wild meat.
This is for the shells from shrimp, crab, crawfish or lobster, or similar critters – whether you catch or buy them. If your shells were cooked in a spicy boil, you have a decision to make: rinse them first, or not. If you don’t want the boil spices to clash with your intended use, give them a good rinse or three. But if you prefer the addition of those spicy “seafood boil” flavors, go commando!