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Beer Boiled Shrimp with Cocktail Sauce January 13, 2004

Hi y'all

It is time to start getting ready for those crazy Mardi Gras
Parties....we have included a traditional recipe in today's
newsletter with the address for even more Mardi Gras recipes
including one on how to make a King Cake.

Georgette is probably going to go as a jester this year, but
really hasn't decided, any suggestions for this wacky duck? :o)
Enjoy today's recipe!
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Today's Recipe: (Traditional Mardi Gras Recipe)

Beer Boiled Shrimp with Cocktail Sauce

1 12-ounce bottle of beer
1 pound raw shrimp except for tails and deveined

1 1/2 cup ketchup
2 tablespoons horseradish, drained
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon TABASCO Pepper Sauce

Fill large pot 1/2 full with water and beer and bring to a boil
over a medium heat. Toss in shrimp, cover and turn off heat.
After 4 minutes, drain shrimp and rinse with cold water.

In a small bowl, combine all sauce ingredients. Cover and
refrigerate for 1 hour.

On serving platter, arrange shrimp, tails up, surrounding a small
bowl of cocktail sauce. Provide a bowl for discarded shrimp tails.

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Italian, Low Carb, Diabetic, cookies, and much more.
Thanks for reading everyone,
~~Peggy And That Wacky Quacky, Georgette!