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Old 08-09-2008, 06:44 PM   #1
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seafood kabobs

As some of you know, my Mom is spending the summer with us. A couple that are fiends of hers from the Midwest are in Alaska touring and are going to come over for dinner and spend the night. So Mom wanted a seafood meal. I started with a black bean salad (thanks Bruce). We visited the farmers market this morning and customized the bean salad with some fresh Matanuska Valley peas.



Next is the seafood kabobs. We're having prosciutto wrapped scallops, red salmon (sockeye to you southerners)with lemon slices and halibut with peppers and onion. The shrimp is fresh out of the Gulf, the Gulf of Alaska. We're going to boil the shrimp for peel and eat with cocktails before dinner. I also made some lemon tapioca for desert.



I'll try to post finished and plated pic but I'm going to be busy
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Old 08-09-2008, 06:49 PM   #2
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WOW! That looks great Griff!
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Man, those are gunna be great !
My mouth is drooling !
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That is the kind of food that make you feel happy!!! Keep them pics coming!!!!
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Looking good Griff, hope you enjoyed the salad.
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Looks real good Griff.
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That looks fabulous
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Griff everything looks incredible, but that black bean salad looks right up my alley! Is the recipe in the recipe section? If not can it please be shared!!!
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LOOks amazing.

If you have a recipe for the lemon tapioca could you please share it. I love tapioca.
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If you have a recipe for the lemon tapioca could you please share it. I love tapioca.
Diva, I posted it in the dessert section.
http://www.bbq-4-u.com/forum/viewtopic. ... 155#196155


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Griff everything looks incredible, but that black bean salad looks right up my alley! Is the recipe in the recipe section? If not can it please be shared!!!
Larry, it's here, except I added fresh peas that had been blanched for 30 seconds. I made the dressing as described and added a little at a time to taste.
http://www.bbq-4-u.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=14757
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Could hurt myself on that
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Seafood and that salad looks great Griff. Can't wait to se the plated shots.
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Old 08-11-2008, 03:09 PM   #13
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Sorry, the plated shots didn't happen. I got too busy.
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That looks fantastic!! I guess there is more than one gulf to eat out of
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Beautiful Griff. Uh, is "too busy" code for bending elbow.
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