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- Mind-Blowing Guacamole Recipe — 1 comment
These were probably the best shrimp tacos I’ve had — at home, in a restaurant, or otherwise. I doubled-down on the corn tortillas for each taco, and heated them on a cast iron griddle with a little bit of canola oil. Then I added shredded jack cheese and the shrimp, and I let them continue heating on the griddle until the cheese was melted.
Rick made an avocado-peanut salsa to go on them, but I just made my usual MasterChomp Guacamole.
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What could be easier than a Bloody Mary? Just pour some Bloody Mary mix and add some vodka, right? Not so fast. A great Bloody Mary needs to be made from scratch, and requires a few more ingredients. And if you want the BEST Bloody Mary, you need some Sriracha hot sauce. I also add a rim of kosher salt and Old Bay seasoning to the glass, which I now cannot live without.
This Bloody Mary recipe is for one cocktail. I usually make one at a time if I’m just making one or two, but you could also make a pitcher of Bloody Mary for larger crowds.
Fill a large glass (13-14 oz) half full of ice cubes and then dump the ice into a cocktail shaker.
Mix a tablespoon of kosher salt and Old Bay seasoning and distribute evenly onto a small plate. Rub a lemon wedge along the rim of the glass, and then dip the glass onto the plate of salt–Old Bay mixture and give it a quarter turn.
Add all the above ingredients into the cocktail shaker. Squeeze the juice from the lemon and lime wedge before adding them to the mix. Shake well for 15-20 seconds. Carefully pour the shaker contents, including the ice cubes, into the rimmed glass.
Garnish with green olives (preferably bleu cheese-stuffed) and a celery stalk.
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This gourmet seafood recipe comes courtesy of guest contributor, Ken Weik. As if the chowder wasn’t good enough on its own, it is “garnished” with a tender piece of pan roasted halibut. This is definitely a recipe you’ll want to break out when you have guests coming over that you want to impress.
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