Last Sunday I tried to be creative and darn near killed the family.
I started with a pound of 31-40 shrimp that I peeled, cut into small pieces, and mixed with mayo and Zatarain's Creole seasoning.
Then I spooned the mixture into some portobello caps, topped them with mozzarella and provolone, and cooked them indirect until they were hot all the way through.
We each took a bite, swallowed, and reached immediately for whatever we were drinking. It turned out that the first ingredient in the seasoning is salt and not only did I not read the label, but I also failed to taste the mixture and went strictly by color so it was way, way saltier than it should've been.
We struggled to eat a few of them but the rest eventually went into the garbage. I don't know why I didn't check the ingredients; I guess I figured that "Creole" meant onion, garlic, and bell pepper and didn't consider that there might be other components as well.
Yep, I got sloppy and it wound up costing me. Fortunately I didn't screw up the brats so we didn't go hungry, and you can bet that next time I'll pay better attention to what I'm doing!