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    2 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Shrimp and grapes may sound odd, but this shrimp salad sandwich is a winner. Champagne grapes are a must, there is no substitution for their burst in your mouth sweetness. This recipe came from an elderly gentleman I stood next to at the seafood counter in the grocery store. He insisted that since I was buying shrimp I had to get some champagne grapes and make this! It started out as just a simple trio of shrimp, mayo, and champagne grapes, but over the years I've added the rolls, lemon juice and chives. This works great as an appetizer if you just make the salad, then offer some toasted bruschetta (drizzled with olive oil and lemon juice) along with it! You don't have to measure the amounts, really. I always just grab a bunch of champagne grapes, a pound or two of shrimp, and add everything else to taste. You can make this a little ahead, but I don't recommend keeping it in the fridge for more than a day. And certainly toast the rolls or bruschetta at the last minute, since it's best when the bread is warm.

    Recipe #48057

    Butterflying lobster tails is a presentation common in restaurants. It is a little more complex method of cooking a lobster tail but it is well worth the effort for this spectacular presentation.

    Recipe #406867

    I don't recall where I got this excellent recipe, but have been making it for special occasions for 25 years! Easy to put together, and very elegant served with rice pilaf and a green salad for company. I like to serve this in prepared scallop shells.

    Recipe #444499

    I found myself without a car today and had to come up with dinner from things in the freezer and pantry. A quick inventory was pointing me in the direction of scampi but I wanted something a bit different. This is still very garlicky and yet the creamy cheesy sauce makes it somewhat comforting and very decadent. Served it with some steamed broccoli and crusty bread.

    Recipe #426974

    Pan seared scallops with balsamic white wine sauce. As is from Cooking Light September 2002. I usually add either a touch of thyme or some penzey's mural of flavor at the end to liven up the sauce.

    Recipe #396960

    This is a fantastic, low carb treat. Different and delicious with only 2 grams of net carbs per tail. It is very simple to make, even for a beginner, yet sure to impress. Great for people who are not low carbing as well! Adapted from the Atkins Calendar.

    Recipe #114380

    Sweet, smoky, and delicious. The glaze is also good with shrimp, scallops, or any firm fish that can be grilled. This recipe came from the cookbook: Baja, Cooking on the Edge.

    Recipe #361078

    Recipe #23089

    This is a great baked salmon recipe for beginners!

    Recipe #28199

    3 Reviews |  By talbotc

    Each summer, many lobsters tough shells are replaced by thin ones. These lobsters, called shedders, are a delight to eat it takes no effort to get at the tail and claw meat. Still, i t is smart to keep a pair of crackers at hand, just in case. Boiling lobsters in court-bouillon, a staple for poaching seafood, makes them quite flavorful in the absence of seawater.

    Recipe #2754

    42 Reviews |  By Ann B

    Truly delicious seafood/pasta dish that is nearly impossible to mess up & a great stand by for rushed dinners.

    Recipe #31184

    The catch of the day is dipped in a crispy cornmeal batter and pan fried. Land-O-Lakes Cookbook.

    Recipe #369445

    Recipe #371537

    This was cut out of a magazine and made for dinner last week. Recipe submitted by Larissa Farnam in South Carolina. (believe it was taste of home) Super easy and super yummy!!!

    Recipe #372537

    Tangy baked salmon recipe. I use Tropicana Orange Juice. Sometime mix orange juice and lemon juice to give a more tangy flavor.

    Recipe #8499

    Good with rice pilaf and a salad

    Recipe #3989

    1 Reviews |  By bons

    This is an easy recipe I saw demonstrated at Central Market in Austin. I tried it at home and it is very easy, quick and delicious. I like serving this with white rice cooked in chicken broth.

    Recipe #350861

    This recipe is my own version of one from the Wild Oats website. Simple, quick and delicious. The time in the oven is approximate. You can also easily grill this instead if you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #365777

    Fast comfort food best served over white rice, toasted bread, a hot biscuit or puff pastry. Great meal from the pantry.

    Recipe #360916


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