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    This is a recipe from the Crazy Plates cookbook. I have made it many times to rave reviews. It is a great grilled shrimp recipe and great for hot summer nights. Marinade time says 1 hour but I have left it in the marinade for up to 3 hours with good results. The fruit salsa is wonderful and I usually make this the day before. This recipe is easily doubled. I always double or more this recipe. Prep time includes marinade time.

    Recipe #313789

    I found this on the internet after I found out that lawry's had discontinued making their herb mix called pinch of herbs. This has been a staple in our family. Mostly for making our version of a greek salad. I also got my father-in-law hooked on it for his fish. The description was a pinch of herbs with a kick.

    Recipe #304256

    This comes from the back of the Stoneyfield Farm french vanilla container. My kids and I loved this especially topped with blueberries and some powdered sugar. Just be careful not to use a pan that is too hot because it can burn. I have also tried it with other brands of yogurt but I do find Stoneyfield to be the best yogurt.

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