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Shrimp Bread Recipe , Blonde Fishing Joke...
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Hi Y'all,

We are finally back! We had a lot of fun, but it sure was a tiring  trip! I am going to need a vacation to get over my vacation! We went from Baton Rouge Louisiana to Seattle Washington in about 5 days! That  included staying over every night, I have learned to live out of a suitcase for sure!

We did get to visit Victoria Canada also, and it is very beautiful there. We went on the Victoria Clipper out of Seattle Washington to Victoria and on a tour of the Butchart Gardens. They are so awesome! If you have not been, and ever get a chance it is something you would not want to miss!

We had some friends of our newsletter that we would have loved to visit while we were in Canada, but sad to say, we didn't have the time. I would have really loved to meet them. That was a big disappointment.

There was a lot of things that I would have loved to have seen in  Seattle also, but again, just too many things to do, and not near enough time! It was an experience I will never forget!

Georgette was actually happy to see me for once! Think she just missed her treats~!

I want to thank everyone that helped us out with the message board while we were gone and thank Trader for all his help and for voting for us! I also want to extend a warm welcome to all our new members, thanks for joining us!

Enjoy today's newsletter, and I am sure glad to be home!
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Today's Recipe posted by Jamie at the message board, thanks!

Shrimp Bread

2 cups (70-90 count) shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 loaf French bread
1/2 stick butter (or margarine)
1/2 cup diced onions
1/2 cup diced celery
1/4 cup diced red bell peppers
1 tbsp minced garlic
1/2 tsp dry mustard
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/3 cup grated or cubed Mozzarella cheese
1/3 cup grated or cubed Cheddar cheese

Slice French bread in half lengthwise and scoop out the inside of the loaf. Set aside. In a large skillet, melt butter or medium-high heat.
Sauté' shrimp, onions, celery, bell pepper and garlic for 15 minutes.
Blend in dry mustard and mayonnaise. Add cheese and blend until melted. Spread shrimp mixture inside the bread then put halves back together. Butter the top of the loaf, wrap it in foil and bake on a barbecue pit or in a 350*F oven for 20-30 minutes. Cut bread into slices and serve hot.

Recipe is from "The Encyclopedia of Cajun & Creole Cuisine" by Chef John D. Folse
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Requests From Readers, Can You Please Try And Help Them Out? The requests are posted at the message board under request recipes.

* Lindy is looking for a butter chicken recipe, can someone help out?

* Meredith asks: "Piccadilly Cafeteria used to serve Cajun chicken in a Cajun gravy that was awesome! All of the Piccadilly Cafeterias have closed in my area - does anyone know how to make this Cajun gravy?"

* Someone asked for this, but did not leave their name: "I am looking for a recipe on how to make tasso"

* Cindy E asks: "Does anyone have the Popeye's Chicken recipe for the gravy they sell with their mashed potatoes? Thanks."

* Layson is looking for some boudin recipes.

* Terry asks: "I am looking for a recipe for peanut brittle recipes for a low voltage microwave.. I also want a good praline recipe. Thanks"

* Samantha asks: "I would like a recipe for Popeye's Red Beans & Rice. Thanks!"

* D. Duncan is looking for some alligator meat recipes.

Answers To Recipe Requests:

There has been an answer to the "Boiling Crawfish Question" recipe posted by Joy and Trader at the message board under "Request Recipes", thanks so much! *I can't remember if I already posted this one, so I am doing it just in case!

There has been an answer to the "Bubba Gump Shrimps "Shrimpin Dippin Broth" recipe posted by digginsjr1 at the message board under "Request Recipes", thanks so much!

There has been an answer to the "Three-layer Cheesecake recipe" recipe posted by Silveril at the message board under "Request Recipes", thanks so much!

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Today's Joke

Blonde Goes Fishing

A blonde decided to go ice fishing.
So, she gathered her gear and headed to the nearest pond she could find. She started to cut a hole in the ice when suddenly a booming voice says: "There are no fish under the ice!"

She turned around startled and looked and didn't see anybody. So she went further and started to cut a hole in the ice. Again the booming voice:" There are no fish under the ice!!"...

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

We need some help with jokes and stories, especially since we are taking a much needed vacation! Please post jokes, stories, recipes, tips or anything you could help with at the message board, we would appreciate all the help we can get!

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