This is a drink that will sneak up on ya and slap you in the face. You don't even taste the alcohol. I sometimes mix up a big batch of this and take it to dinner parties. It gets a lot of interesting comments, because it is such an unusual color. People really like this.
Very simple. I found these while on vacation in Maine and couldn't get enough of them. Lobster is cheap up there and we ate them every chance we had. In other parts of the country, lobster isn't that cheap, but if you like 'real lobster' and not the imitation stuff, this is a nice (and easy) treat. The cook time is approximate. It depends on how big the lobster is. Just cook it until it's red in color.
I had some of these at a wedding reception. Luckily the hostess let me in on the ingredients. I just played around with the timing and amounts per appetizer and found the right taste. They are really good and the chessnut really adds a delightful ((crunch)).
This is a wonderful sauce that is delicious over crepes or any type of dessert. I came up with this on my own, so the amounts may be off a bit. The sweetness/tartness differs with everyone, so you can easily add more sugar if you like. This is very easy to make. I drizzle this over crepes and over my flans.
Got this recipe off of 30 Minuite Meals. I use ocean perch and calamata olives in place of the capers and snapper. This would also be good with shrimp or any other seafood added to it. This has a really delicious taste and is very easy to make. I served it over rice.
Miss Annie inspired me to make this. This is similar to her, "Okra Patties", except that I'm using eggplant and an ingredient or two more. Very tasty and a different way to prepare eggplant than the usual cassarole or breaded and fried eggplant. Hope you enjoy it.