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|Red Lobster's Shrimp Diablo
3 lb. Large Uncooked Shrimp In the Shells (no heads)
1/2 lb. Unsalted Butter
1 Jar Kraft BBQ Sauce
1/2 Cup Ketchup
1 Tablespoon Fresh Ground Pepper
1/4 Cup Frank's Red Hot Sauce
Wash shrimp in cool water and remove heads if needed.
Soak shrimp in milk overnight.
Mix all sauce ingredients in a sauce pan and stir until boiling.
Remove from heat and refrigerate for at least four hours.
Drain milk from shrimp, place them in a baking pan, and cover
evenly with the sauce. Let stand 1 hour.
Bake uncovered in preheated oven (450F) for 15 minutes
(less time for smaller shrimp).
|McDonald's Hot Apple & Cherry Pies
4-6 Cups vegetable oil (in fryer)
1 package Pillsbury apple or cherry turnovers
(Find them in the refrigerated section)
1. Unroll the Pillsbury turnover dough. You will have six 3"x3" pieces. You
will use four of them. Stretch them out to about 4"x5" rectangles. Do this
on waxed paper.
2. Spread 1/2 of the pie filling on one dough, and the other half on
another, leaving about 1/2" of dough around edges. Clear a 3/4" space
lengthwise down the middle of both.
3. Place the remaining two doughs on top of the two with the filling. Crimp
the edges. You'll have what looks like two giant pop-tarts.
4. Cut both of them precisely down the middle, in that 3/4" space you
created. Crimp those two edges.
5. Manipulate as needed to form an attractive, uniform shaped pie. They
should look like small burritos, only crimped around the edges.
6. Place all four, flat on waxed paper, in the freezer. After about 45
minutes, spray all sides of each pie with water mist. Return to the freezer
for at least another hour.
7. Place in a freezer bag and seal for future use, or get ready to deep-fry
Cooking Your Pies:
1. Pre-heat your deep fryer to 375 . Also pre-heat your oven to warm.
2. Quickly dip a frozen pie in cold water, making sure to immerse it
3. Drop the pie into the hot oil. Be careful---it will most likely splatter.
After all the pies are in the fryer, place your spare fryer basket over the
top. ("Sandwiching" the pies between the two baskets.) This ensures the pies
are fully submerged. It is important that the pies are fully submerged or a
good portion of it won't cook correctly.
4. Cook 5-7 minutes. Check after 5 minutes---the color should be a golden
brown. The older the oil, the sooner the it will turn brown, and that may
give you a false reading. 6 minutes is generally right on.
5. After deep frying, carefully remove the cooked pies and drain for 1
minute on paper towels. Then place directly on the oven rack in your warmed
oven. Warm for at least 10 minutes, and as long as 30 minutes.
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Formal Table Setting:
Generally, the more formal the occasion, the more courses
which of course means more flatware. There should be a
different set of
utensils for each course: salad fork, dinner fork; dinner
bread knife; and so on.
Some special dishes such as oysters have special utensils.
be served at the presentation of the food, but generally
on the table in order of course. When oysters are served as
for example, set the oyster fork to the right of the spoon.
Building from the basic set-up (dinner fork on the left
of the plate;
knife to the right of the plate, dinner spoon to the right
of the knife):
On the left side of the plate put the salad fork to the
left of the
dinner fork. On the right add a soup spoon to the outside
of the dinner
spoon if soup will be served. Place the soup bowl above the
and to the right. The bread plate goes to the left, about
above the fork. Place the butter knife across the bread
plate at a
diagonal, upper left to lower right. Small salad plates go
left and a little below the bread plate. Dessert spoons, or
cases knife and fork, are placed about an inch above the
top of the
plate with the handle(s) on the right side.
The largest glass on the table is the water glass which
goes on the
right side above the dinner knife. It may be filled and
guests arrive or left empty to be filled at each diner's
If wine or some other beverage is served, set the
to the right and a little down from the water glass.