OK, I've been making this for the past 20 years. But do this instead if you can: remove the shell on the tail, (people like to eat the entire shrimp, they hold it with the tooth pick.) Put the shrimp wrapped in bacon in a deep bowl of your favorite BBQ sauce for a couple of hours, letting it set in the fridge. Put a sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil on the grill, set at medium high heat and then place the shrimp lathered in sauce on the foil. Turning them occasionally, it should take about 15 or 20 minutes to cook. Remove and chow down. I guarantee they will be the hit of any gathering you take these to.
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OK, I've been making this for the past 20 years. But do this instead if you can: remove the...