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    This hearty all-in-one beef dish is packed with delicious strips of sirloin, onions, diced fresh carrots, diced fresh celery and a savory sauce that blends the flavors of garlic, sun dried tomatoes, red wine, rosemary and thyme. Slow cooked and served over warm egg noodles. This recipe is great for doubling or tripling by keeping the raw meat and sauce together in the freezer (in bags) for a quick hearty meal.

    Recipe #357655

    This is a tasty shrimp appetizer always receives many requests for the recipe. It is a beaufiul presentation when served in a tall hurricane glass (with a long tea spoon), on a plate, surrounded by tortilla chips. It is also delicious with fresh blue crab added to the mix.

    Recipe #345553

    South Louisiana, cajun, flavor This is a VERY easy recipe. I grew up in south Louisiana and have eaten Shrimp Ettouffe in the finiest restaurants in New Orleans. It is SO good! I made it for my extended family last Christmas at our pot-luck buffet meal and it was the first dish that was gone. This recipe is delicious served with hot french bread and a salad. It is my husband's favorite meal! It can be easily be doubled or tripled to feed a large crowd.

    Recipe #333583


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