Kit 2 - Shrimp Boil


All orders must be made at least one day in advance and will be available the date of your choice between 4pm - 6pm.


Kit 2 - Shrimp Boil

2 lb head-on shrimp
1 lb peeled shrimp
1 lb jumbo shrimp


Each kit includes 4 red potatoes, 4 sweet corn pieces, choice of sauce (garlic butter, Louisiana, awesome sauce or spicy isaan), boil spices (dry spice mix, spice sachet, lemon and lime leaf), and cooking instructions.


Serves 2-4 people. 

Substitutions politely declined. 

Keep shellfish refrigerated and cook within 24 hours of pick up. 



crab crackers $5 each

seafood sheller $5 each

bibs & gloves $1 per person

chili pepper mix $1.5 per ounce

ghost pepper mix $5 per ounce

lobster tail $16 (5-6 oz each)



Kit 2 - Shrimp Boil

  • Grand Catch Boil Kit Instructions
    For a video demo, check out our IGTV

    Step 1: bring a large pot with about 7 quarts of water to a boil.

    Step 2: add spice sachet, lemon, lime leaf, and dry spice mix to water and let simmer for 10 minutes.

    Step 3: (skip this step if you choose Spicy Isaan sauce) crack the lid of sauce open slightly and place in a small pot with about 1 cup of water and bring to a boil. You want the water to only come up half way up the sauce container. Turn heat to simmer and keep simmering until ready to use. Don’t heat sauce directly in a pan, sauce will burn and you won’t be happy with your decision to go rogue.

    Step 4: bring boil water back to boil. Add potato and corn and cook for 1 minute.

    Step 5: carefully place shellfish in boil water according to cooking times below.
    Dungeness Crab 9-11 mins
    King Crab 7-10 mins
    Lobster Tail 5-7 mins
    Snow Crab 5-7 mins
    Jumbo Shrimp 5-7 mins
    Head-on Shrimp 2-3 mins
    Peeled Shrimp 1-2 mins

    Step 6: place sauce in a large mixing bowl. If you are using chili pepper mix or ghost pepper mix, combine and mix with spoon.

    Step 7: with a slotted spoon or mesh strainer, pull out the shellfish, potato and corn and place into the sauce bowl and carefully toss until the sauce covers the shellfish. (PRO TIP: save a small amount of boil liquid to thin out Awesome Sauce and Garlic Butter if it’s too thick). Discard lemon wedge, lime leaf and spice sachet.

    Step 8: wait a minute!!! I know it’s borderline torture, but trust me. But we need the shellfish and the sauce to get happy together.

    Step 9: let’s get crackin’. Enjoy!