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Crab Bisque Recipe, British Tomatoes Joke... - February 27, 2005


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Hi Y'all,

Calling all Cajun cooks and not so Cajun cooks! We are trying very
hard to find the recipe for seafood tamales. Have any of you ever
made tamales with shrimp or crawfish or both, or even know of such a
recipe?

If you have, would you be so kind as to share with us? Thanks in
advance.
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Awesome Cooking Recipes Blog
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Today's Recipe:

Crab Bisque

1 1/2 cups fresh crabmeat
1 teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons butter
1/8 teaspoon white pepper
4 tablespoons onions , finely chopped
1 1/2 cups half-and-half
1 scallion , chopped
3 tablespoons dry sherry
2 tablespoons parsley , chopped
1 dash hot sauce
1 1/2 cups mushroom , freshly sliced
4 tablespoons green peppers , finely chopped
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup milk (a little more if needed)

Directions

1. Melt 4 Tbsp butter in skillet. Add the green pepper, onion,
scallion, parsley, mushrooms, and saute until all vegetables are soft.
--about 5 minutes.

2. In another large sauce pan, melt the remaining butter.

3. Add flour and stir well.

4. Add milk and cook until smooth and thick.

5. Add salt, pepper, and the vegetable sauce from the skillet and the
half and half. Bring to a boil.

6. Reduce heat and stir.

7. Add the crabmeat and simmer uncovered for 5 minutes.

8. Just before serving, add sherry and stir.

NOTE: You can sub crabmeat with lobster--using the same measurements as the above recipe. For shrimp--use 2 cups of small shrimp.** Great with a tiny layer of cheddar cheese on top or green tops from fresh chives--chopped

This recipe was contributed by Duckie-Thanks! Please Rate this recipe!
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Requests From Readers, Can You Please Try And Help Them Out?

Recipe requested by Sandy Posted at the message board, under Request Recipes:

"Here's a hard one. I have no idea what this was but I loved it!
When I was a child we were in Ft. Polk. An old man used to have us collect crayfish (we called them crawdads) for him and he would give us a quart jar that had the meat from the crayfish and God knows what else. He stuffed the meat into the back shell and then poured some kind of tomato sauce over it. It was served on top of rice? I can still taste how good it was 40 years later but don't know what it was. Any help here?"

No answer for this one yet, can someone help?

Recipe Requested by Mari_trahan:

"My family ate at a restaurant called Black's Seafood Bar. We tried some seafood tamales that were spicy they tasted awesome. I would like to make them for us at home. If you can help I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance."

Answers To Recipe Requests:

None posted since last newsletter.

Have a question, or looking for a recipe? Just ask for it at the
message board under "Recipes" in the forum titled: "Request Recipes" or send it to us by replying to this newsletter, and we will be glad to post it for you.

Did I miss a request or answer? Please let me know!
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Today's Joke Posted At The Message Board By Admin-Thanks!

British Tomatoes Joke

One day an older woman walked into a supermarket produce
department. She saw the produce manager working on a display of corn, and went up to him, and said, "I would like two pounds of tomatoes, please." The produce manager turned to her, and
said, "I'm sorry madam, but we don't have any tomatoes." So the woman thanked him, and left.

The next afternoon, she came back to the store, walked up to the produce manager, and said, "I'd like a couple, nice, big
tomatoes, please." The manager turned to her, and said, "Wasn't you here yesterday, asking for tomatoes?" The woman said, yes she was. The manager said, "Well, like I said yesterday, we don't have any tomatoes." The woman thanked him, and left.

The next day, she went up to him, and said, "Could I have a
pound of tomatoes, please?" The manager said, under his
breath, "pain-in-the-neck"...

Want to read the rest of the joke? Just go to the message board under View And Add Jokes!
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