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Fried Clams

Fried Clams

Simple to make and delicious to eat.

January 2006
Listed under: Seafood
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Salmon Buffet

Salmon Buffet

Ingredients 1/2 lb. sliced Swiss cheese 1 (15oz) can red salmon 1 (6oz) pkg. noodles 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1 can French-style green beans 1 T. oleo Salt and pepper 2 T. flour 1 T. minced onion 1 cup sour cream Directions Cook noodles and mix with mayonnaise. Place in casserole dish. Flake salmon over the… Continue Reading »

January 2006
Listed under: Seafood
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Crab Au Gratin

Crab Au Gratin

Ingredients 1/2 lb. butter 1 cup flour 2 qt. milk 1 1/2 lbs. cheddar cheese, grated 1 3/4 lbs. claw crab meat 1 1/2 T. salt 1 T. onion flakes 1/4 T. Tabasco 1 teaspoon Worcestershire 1 teaspoon pepper Directions Make a white sauce with first 3 ingredients, then add cheese and seasonings. Stir until… Continue Reading »

January 2006
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Peppers Stuffed With Shrimp

Peppers Stuffed With Shrimp

Ingredients 6 medium green peppers1 tbsp. butter1/8 tsp. saltDash of freshly ground black pepper1/4 tsp. dry mustardDash of nutmeg1 egg beaten1 tbsp. diced celery1 tbsp. bread crumbs1 pint cooked, cleaned shrimps, diced1 onion, finely diced1/2 clove garlic, minced or mashed Directions Wash peppers, slice off tops, remove seeds and white spines and place peppers in… Continue Reading »

January 2006
Listed under: Seafood, Side Dishes
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