At this time of year, “barbecue” pretty much means one thing: meat grilled and served with a red sauce that is kind of sweet and kind of spicy.
But there’s another kind of barbecue, one from New Orleans. There, it also means shrimp that are sauteed in a skillet with lots of butter, garlic and spices, especially cayenne pepper. Not your typical barbecue.
So serve this with some good old dirty rice for a fast--and different--kind of summer ritual.