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    Once again I find myself in the sharing mood so I present to you Grandma 'Drea's recipe for crisp. I have always enjoyed my mothers crisps and have never been able to get the topping down til I finally asked for the recipe. She used this same basic recipe no matter what the fruit and my first one was half fresh peaches and half fresh nectarines and it was perfect! I hope you all enjoy it over the years as I grew up doing so!!

    Recipe #437426

    I always loved to come home and smell this in the oven!! You can use ribs, chops or anything really and it's simply mouth watering! The first time I made this I had everything except the tomato paste so I boiled down some V-8, cut back on the amount of water and simmered the whole yummy mess til I got what I was looking for. My mother (now known as Grandma 'Drea) swears this is not an original recipe but that credit is due to Sunset Magazine for first using it as a BBQed beef sandwich/sloppy joe recipe. Either way I now give to you all my favorite recipe of all time...

    Recipe #437424

    Campechana is a Mexican seafood cocktail usually made of oysters, baby octopus, mussels, shrimp, squid and scallops.The seafood mix is prepared in its broth with vegetable juice, lime juice, ketchup, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, avocado and cilantro. Of course, jalapenos for the spicy kick (I only use 2 SMALL ones for flavor)! Tried this in a restaurant for $20 a bowl!!! I was able to find all these ingredients at Wal-Mart for under $35!! What you can't find in the mix purchase separately (my mix didn't have oysters, mussels or shrimp so I bought canned oysters, skipped the mussels and got frozen shrimp). This is in one word: SUBLIME.

    Recipe #333310


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