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  1. #21
    I could eat shrimp every day. All of the recipes sound great.
    What did you do Jody?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gjnl View Post
    I too have wondered where our Wolfman is. Has he been banished from the site given the tumult after a not to be mentioned relationship or has he just decided not to post of his own accord? Whatever, he is missed.

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    I am assuming a self imposed vacation from CareCure. He was not banned.
    Someone else needs to pick up a camera and cook!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesecake View Post
    I am assuming a self imposed vacation from CareCure. He was not banned.
    Someone else needs to pick up a camera and cook!
    I love to cook, but forget the camera. I am too old to multitask. lol
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    Great recipes!

    My simple way to cook shrimp:

    1) De-vein and butterfly the shrimp
    2) Heat a pan - add butter, pepper, thyme (salt sub) and diced garlic
    3) Add shrimp - remove the shrimp when "pink"
    4) Squeeze lemon over the shrimp -- and serve over rice (a fav is basmati with saffron)

    A recent discovery: Brown the diced garlic (you'll have to use more garlic and to dice the garlic into little tiny chunks) - remove it and place it on a napkin and soak out the butter -- and then, the garlic retains its "crunch" with a buttery taste

    Then, when you serve the shrimp, you can sprinkle the garlic (which is a wee bit healthier than the bacon) on top of the shrimp.

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    Boil.
    Water, beer a little white vinegar .
    Old bay, old bay, old bay.

    Clean, dust with.....old bay.

    Boil only until pink remove and chill.

    Cocktail sauce-ketchup horseradish , horseradish horseradish .........

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  6. #26
    Skewers do me fine I love wrapping them in bacon , veggie in between , or chicken nuggets ,

    Ummmmm maybe tomorrow i'll cook up some Lg Shrimps Jody

  7. #27
    cook? you have to cook them?
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  8. #28
    I love shrimps..anyway my wife do not do smth special with them, but I found 9 video recipes for you...you'll find them Here
    but I would like to add, do not forget about a glass of good wine...it's a great addition to shrimps for dinner.
    Last edited by Wise Young; 02-09-2012 at 10:45 PM.
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    put them on ice

    And then mail them to me oh I love shrimp just toss them in some crab boil for a few minutes then dip em in butter sorry being from Mt. We rarely get fresh seafood.

  10. #30
    A'la Diabla


    1 28-oz Can tomato puree
    2 medium red onions, divided
    6 cloves garlic, minced
    2 Guajillo chile peppers
    5 Arbol chile peppers
    5-10 Serrano chile peppers
    1 teaspoon salt
    2 pounds shrimp, shelled and deveined with tails


    Boil the chiles in a large pot for about 10 minutes until soft. Remove and allow them to cool a bit. Remove the stems. Grind the chiles in a mortar and pestle, add to tomato puree.

    Next slice the red onions. Heat the oil in a large saute pan over medium-high heat. Add the onions and saute until golden brown. Stir in the shrimp, garlic and salt and cook for 2 minutes. Pour sauce over shrimp and let simmer for 5 to 8 minutes being careful not to overcook the shrimp. Transfer to a serving bowl and serve over rice with tortillas.

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