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    Re: Recipes (Like to Cook?-Post your favorites)

    I am thinking I might replace Johnny Carson sending Jokes to David Letterman.####

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    Re: Recipes (Like to Cook?-Post your favorites)

    I was just starting to think that FOOD may bring
    the liberals & the right wingers together and
    then your post. LOL.

    <blockquote><font class="small">Quote DickLeonard:</font><hr> I like boiled Democrats they are so tender if your looking for exercise for your teeth boil a Republican.#### <hr /></blockquote>
    May God bless all of you.

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    Sesame Fish

    SESAME FISH

    2 lbs. Of fillet of fish (bass, perch, sunfish any non-oily fish)
    ¼ cup fresh lemon juice
    2 tbs. Worcestshire sauce
    1/3 cup flour
    1 beaten egg
    1 tbs milk
    ¾ cup Parmesan cheese
    ¾ cup sesame seed
    ¼ cup olive oil
    1 tbs butter

    1. Marinate fish in lemon/Worcestershire for 20 minutes, turning once

    2. Pat fillets to remove excess liquid and coat with flour (salt/pepper to taste)

    3. Combine egg/milk and coat fillets

    4. Combine cheese/sesame seed in plastic bag, drop in fillets and shake to coat

    5. Heat olive oil/butter in skillet. Cook fish about 2 minutes per side until golden brown. Pour remaining pan fat over fish and serve with lemon wedge.

    Serves 4-6

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    Shrimp Alexander

    SHRIMP ALEXANDER (2 servings)

    This dish is best with very large shrimp and served as an appetizer using 2 shrimp per person. 24 shrimp requires 8 oz. of feta.and about 1 lb of spinach

    4 raw shrimp (peeled de-veined and butter flied)

    4 pcs feta cheese (Athenos Domestic) cut 3/8” x 3/8” x 2”

    4 pcs bacon blanched lightly

    3 oz spinach cleaned, trimmed and blanched until wilted

    Lay bacon out and place shrimp butter flied side down. Put cheese on top and wrap with bacon. Place on cookie sheet in hot (450 F) oven for 5-8 minutes or until bacon is crisp and shrimp is cooked, plate shrimp over spinach. Deglaze pan with melted butter and dry sherry, pour over shrimp when plated.

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    Blackend Shrimp

    BLACKENED FISH OR SHRIMP

    This dish must be prepared in a cast iron skillet and cooked outdoors. There is intense smoke and flames (if you do it right). I heat the skillet indoors on the stove and then bring it outside to a camp stove. I tried this dish indoors at the neighbors’ house once and we no longer talk to each other.

    ¼ pound of melted butter

    Paul Prudhome’s Blackened Redfish Seasoning

    Fish fillets or shrimp (when using shrimp do not peel)

    -Coat fish/shrimp in butter
    -Sprinkle generously with seasoning
    -Place in dry hot (the hotter the better) skillet and blacken on both sides

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    Batter for fish or veggies

    BATTER FOR FRYING

    I got this batter recipe for frying fish and have since used it to fry vegetables as well. You don’t have to use beer just make sure that the consistency is like pancake batter.

    Combine these dry ingredients and stir together

    ¾ cup corn starch
    ¼ cup flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    ½ tsp salt
    ¼ tsp pepper


    mix these two ingredients and add to above

    ¼ to ½ cup beer (or water)
    1 egg slightly beaten




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    SPICY TOMATO FETTUCCINE

    SPICY TOMATO FETTUCCINE

    1 LB. FETTUCCINE
    ½ LB. OF TURKEY BACON
    1 LARGE ONION
    8 PLUM TOMATOES + ONE LARGE TOMATO
    2 TBL SPOONS FRESH PARSLEY
    2 TSP OLIVE OIL
    2 GARLIC CLOVES, PRESSSED
    1 TSP BASIL
    ½ TSP EACH, SALT AND GROUND BLACK PEPPER
    ¼ to ½ TSP CAYENNE PEPPER
    PARMESAN CHEESE

    Cook pasta according to directions. Keep warm. Fry bacon until crisp, drain and chop into small pieces and set aside. Chop onion and tomatoes with food processor. Snip parsley. Heat olive oil in stir-fry skillet. Press garlic with garlic press into skillet. Stir fry 15 seconds and add onion. Stir-fry 2-3 minutes. Add tomatoes, parsley and seasonings to skillet.

    Gently stir 3-4 minutes until thoroughly heated, remove from heat and serve over the pasta. Grate fresh Parmesan over the top.

    Approximately 150 calories and 5 grams of fat per serving.



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    Re: Recipes (Like to Cook?-Post your favorites)

    Roscoe, the Cobra is sweet!!!!!!!!!!!

    The real thing was always my dream car, but the price for one has now become a nightmare. [img]/ccboard/images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]

    The replica is a nice alternative. [img]/ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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    Re: Recipes (Like to Cook?-Post your favorites)

    <blockquote><font class="small">Quote DickLeonard:</font><hr> I like boiled Democrats they are so tender if your looking for exercise for your teeth boil a Republican.#### <hr /></blockquote>
    Dick, the Republicans are good, but they tend to give me indigestion. [img]/ccboard/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]

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    Re: Recipes (Like to Cook?-Post your favorites)

    Rich,
    Thanks...You can build one for around 20k and up OR you can buy one from someone. I've got about 40k into mine. Lots of used ones around. If you are interested in building/buying let me know and I'll put you in touch with some of the forums.
    Roscoe
    "Crisis occurs when women and cattle get excited"...James Thurber

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