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Reunion Shrimp Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Sue Fischer & Perk Atwood
Added: Monday, January 24, 2011

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 bag frozen shrimp
1 stick butter, melted
juice of lemon
c. soy sauce
Old Bay Seasoning, to taste

Directions:
Directions:
I watched Perk put the mixture together that goes on the shrimp before it is grilled and hope I have it correct. Here it is:

For one bag of frozen shrimp: First she melted 1 stick of butter in the microwave. Then added the juice of half a lemon, cup soy sauce, and Old Bay seasoning to taste. Mix that all together and brush on the shrimp before and while grilling.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
In 2009, in preparation for the reunion, Frosty sent us recipes he had found for our review and we talked over all of our plans for the food to be prepared. Frosty told us he was off to a national Boy Scout event and then he would be on his way to Coeburn and our reunion. The next week he called, telling us he had fallen at the event, broken his leg and his doctor advised against the trip. He was clearly upset and so were we. The two Sue Chefs realized they were going to have to prepare the Saturday morning breakfast by themselves. We were wondering what we would do without Frosty, when in comes Bonnie on Friday night, carrying this huge four foot tall Frosty the Snowman. She found it at a shop where she had been helping out and thought he was cute; she asked us if we could use him. It seemed like fate was telling us something; if we couldn't have our Chef Frosty, we would just have a substitute Frosty. We made pictures of him sitting with everyone for Saturday morning breakfast, sitting at the table listening to a conversation between Sue and Perk, and listing to the music on Saturday night. We emailed some of those pictures to Frosty and told him not to worry, we had found another Frosty to take his place. He got a chuckle out it. The next year, Frosty was introduced to the substitute Frosty and was generous enough to have his picture made with him.

 

 

 

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