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Quick and Easy Fried Oysters Recipe, Cowboy Joke... - March 23, 2005

Hi Y'all,

The sun is out again today, thought it was going to be quite a while before we saw it!

It sure feels like Spring is here, but in Louisiana you never know, it may still freeze again. :o)
Featured Cookbook Of The Week!

***Cajun Low-Carb Cookbook***

Chef Theriot lost more than one hundred pounds eating the recipes he developed for this cookbook...Now Cajun food lover's can have their gumbo and eat it too. This book proves that Cajun cooking can be low- carb cooking! Cajun Low-Carb includes suggestions for parties, additional uses for recipes, serving suggestions, and more.
Today's Recipe:

Quick and Easy Fried Oysters

1 to 2 cups dry pancake mix (any type)
1 pint shucked Maryland Oysters, drained
Fat or oil for frying
Cocktail or tartar sauce

Put pancake mix into large shallow bowl. Add Oysters, a few at a time and toss lightly until well coated. Shake off excess breading in wire basket. Fry in deep fat at 350 F until golden brown, 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Drain on paper towel.

Repeat process until all Oysters are cooked. Salt lightly and serve with cocktail or tartar sauce.

Makes 4 servings, about 8 Oysters each.

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Requests From Readers, Can You Please Try And Help Them Out?

Popeye's Cajun Gravy Recipe Request by Jean posted at the message board under Request Recipes:

Does anyone have the recipe for Popeye's Cajun gravy? I just love that stuff and can't find anything even close to it! Please Help!"

Answers To Recipe Requests:

There has been an answer to Cheesecake Factory's Louisiana Chicken Pasta Recipes Request from Linda posted at the message board under request recipes.

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!

Cowboy Joke

The cowboy rushed into to saloon yelling,
"All right, who's the wise guy that painted my horse yellow?"
There was silence in the saloon.
'Fess up if you dare," shouted the cowboy.
With that, the biggest, meanest-looking hombre he had ever seen got up from one of the tables, rested his hands on his gun handles and coolly stated, "I did, whaddaya want to tell me?"

The cowboy looked up and down at this terrifying figure...

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