DescriptionBBQ FOR TEXAS: Chef Cam Floyd, from Sweet Auburn BBQ stops by Good Day Atlanta with a BBQ shrimp scampi recipe. Sweet Auburn is one of several restaurants hosting the BBQ For Texas dine out in Atlanta. On Sept. 6, 2017 they will join together to benefit recovery efforts and are donating a portion of sales from that day to Global Giving, a crowdfunding site that has a goal to raise $5 million to be used towards local relief and recovery efforts Texas. For more information on Sweet Auburn visit their website at www.sweetauburnbbq.com . For information on all the restaurants participating in the BBQ For Texas dine out see below or visit the events Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/69613... .- B's Cracklin BBQ- Bone Lick BBQ- Community Q- D.B.A. Barbecue- Grand Champion BBQ- The Greater Good Barbecue- Heirloom Market BBQ- Smoke Ring...- Sweet Auburn BBQChef Cam Floyd’s Barbecue Shrimp ScampiBBQ ButterOrange Juice Reduction 1 quart reduced into 2 cupsShallots, Minced 3 EachScallions, Small Slice 1 BunchJalapeno, Minced 1 EachGarlic, Minced 1/2 ClovesThyme, Leaves no Stems ½ CupBlended Oil ¾ CupButter 6 PoundsBBQ Rub 1 CupKosher Salt 1 tsp.1. Reduce OJ by half and chill in shallow pan over ice.2. In the food processor blend the shallots, scallions, jalapeno, garlic, and thyme together.3. In a pot add blended oil and blended items and cook for 30 minutes on low heat.4. Pour Vegetable mix out on a sheet pan in a thin layer and cool quickly in cooler.4. Add room temperature butter to mixing bowl and mix with paddle attachment on 2 speed until blended.4. Add reduced OJ, vegetable blend, BBQ rub, and kosher salt to bowl and mix for 1 minute on speed 1.5. Scrape down sides of bowl and paddle, and mix on speed 2 for 30 seconds.6. Freeze for a longer shelf life.Shrimp Prep Recipe2 Bag 16/20 P&D Tail off Shrimp½ Cup BBQ Rub½ Cup Blended Oil1. Place shrimp in colander and wash lightly with cold water.2. Let excess water drip off and place shrimp in large mixing bowl.3. Toss shrimp with BBQ rub and blended oil to coat shrimp evenly.4. Let shrimp marinate for 30 minutes to 2 hoursTo Cook1. Place shrimp into a hot pan with olive oil.2. Once shrimp is cooked 70% of the way through, turn shrimp and add 2 tablespoons of barbecue butter.3. Once butter has melted, add 2 oz. heavy cream and remove from heat.4. Continuously toss the pan to emulsify your sauce.5. Place Shrimp and sauce in your favorite bowl, garnish with togarashi spice, scallions, and grilled bread.6. Enjoy!