Crab and Lobster Salad
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I was going to buy store bought seafood salad for dinner but they were out. So, I improvised by getting imitation crabmeat and using a small package of lobster meat from my freezer. My husband loves cucumber but doesn't like celery. By mixing the two together in equal amounts he didn't notice the cucumber. Turned out delightfully well.
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2 people
Crab and Lobster Salad
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I was going to buy store bought seafood salad for dinner but they were out. So, I improvised by getting imitation crabmeat and using a small package of lobster meat from my freezer. My husband loves cucumber but doesn't like celery. By mixing the two together in equal amounts he didn't notice the cucumber. Turned out delightfully well.
Servings
2 people
Servings
2 people
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Chop crabmeat and lobster meat into small dice (Macédoine); sides measuring approximately ¼ inch (6mm). Add to medium size serving bowl. Add chopped celery and chopped cucumber also small dice. Lightly mix.
  2. Combine celery salt, white sugar, salt & pepper, seafood spice, dried parsley and paprika in small bowl or measure cup. Distribute over the seafood mix.
  3. Fold in mayonnaise a little at a time until desired consistency. Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes or until just prior to serving.
  4. NOTE: Mix in the mayonnaise a little at a time so you do not add too much mayo. You can purchase this seafood blend from Gullah Gourmet Inc. http://gullahgourmet.com. I received it in a special purchase package and have used it instead of Old Bay since.
  5. Easily substitute imitation crabmeat for fresh crabmeat.

Aunt Nettie's Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
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Aunt Nettie is back with her recipe of Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies. It was written in a small 3" x 6" notebook. When she travelled during school break she always carried one of these notebooks to journal the trip. It was a pleasure to find some of her recipes tucked away in this notebook. This new picture of her is with one of her china dolls dressed in the same dress as her. She made all her own clothing.
Servings Prep Time
48 Cookies 15 Minutes
Cook Time
15 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
48 Cookies 15 Minutes
Cook Time
15 Minutes
Aunt Nettie's Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
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Aunt Nettie is back with her recipe of Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies. It was written in a small 3" x 6" notebook. When she travelled during school break she always carried one of these notebooks to journal the trip. It was a pleasure to find some of her recipes tucked away in this notebook. This new picture of her is with one of her china dolls dressed in the same dress as her. She made all her own clothing.
Servings Prep Time
48 Cookies 15 Minutes
Cook Time
15 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
48 Cookies 15 Minutes
Cook Time
15 Minutes
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  1. Cream well butter and brown sugar. Beat in 1 egg, orange rind, vanilla, all purpose flour, rolled oats and salt. Fold in Chocolate Chips.
  2. Heat oven to 375 degrees. Drop batter from teaspoon onto lightly greased and floured cookie sheets. Bake in moderate oven at 375 degrees for 15 - 20 minutes.
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Whenever I say to my husband, “I want to go out for Italian food” he says, “I don’t like Italian.” Well, last night I fed him Italian. He didn’t know it and he loved it. This is my version of a recipe for Cioppino Seafood Pot that is a fish stew that originated in San Francisco, California. It is an Italian-American dish, and is related to regional fish soups and stews of Italian cuisine.  There are many recipes using a variety of seafood and various degrees of tomato base.  You can add other fish such as cod, lobster, bay scallops, etc.  Make it how you enjoy it and serve with a crusty loaf of artisan bread.

Cioppino
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2-3 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
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2-3 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Cioppino
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Cook Time
30 minutes
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  1. Over medium low heat melt butter in a 6 quart stockpot, add onions, garlic and parsley. Cook slowly, stirring occasionally until onions are soft.
  2. Add tomatoes, chicken bone stock, bay leaf, basil, thyme, oregano, water and wine. Cover and let simmer 15 minutes.
  3. Stir in the crab sections, shrimp, scallops, and clams. Bring to a slow boil. Lower heat, cover and simmer 5 to 7 minutes until clams open.
  4. Serve in shallow bowl with crusty artisan bread and a glass of the white wine.
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Cioppino is a fish stew that originated in San Francisco, California. It is an Italian-American dish, and is related to regional fish soups and stews of Italian cuisine.  There are many recipes using a variety of seafood and various degrees of tomato base.  You can add other fish such as cod, lobster, bay scallops, etc.  Make it how you enjoy it and serve with a crusty loaf of artisan bread.

Mom's Navy Bean Soup

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Mom's Navy Bean Soup

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THE NIGHT BEFORE:

COOKING DAY:


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  1. INSTRUCTIONS

    The night Before:

    Soak the beans in water that is at least 2" over the beans to soak and often the beans. This decreases the cooking time the next day.

  2. Cooking Day:

    Drain the water from the beans. Add fresh water to 1" over the beans. Then add chicken broth to bring the liquid to 2" over the beans. Add ham hocks or diced ham and start to cook in slow cooker on medium heat. In the meantime, slice/dice the carrots and celery then add to the cooker. Dice or mince 2 cloves of garlic and add to cooker. Make sure to cook most of the day in a slow cooker until reduced down and thickened.

  3. During the last 30 minutes to hour remove the ham hock bone and add any meat back to the pot. The add the thyme and parsley. Serve over fried potatoes.