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    There's a stuffed grilled shroom I make for the Guys. Well, 2 variations.
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    Mix together raw egg, cheddar cheese, and diced jalapeno (optional). Fill shroom caps with mixture and wrap with bacon. Grill until bacon is done.
    Var. 2
    Similar to pepper poppers, just use shrooms and mix the cream cheese with diced jalapeno or salsa.
    Those sound good, but the girls and I love crab. Maybe I could grill those?
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    Done that variation too. Stuff with crabcake type mixture.
    Crabcake (for four HUGE crabcakes):
    coconut flour 1c
    eggs 2
    rotel- 1 small can with juices, or peppers, onions, and tomatos
    1 lb crab (well, when weighed shell on) (I don't know about Krab, I despise the stuff)
    enough water to turn it into a globby mess
    Mix well and create said globby mess. Bake at 350* until done (your preference on how doughy you like your cakes is the catch here.)

    For the shroom caps, stuff each cap with crabcake mix and wrap with bacon. Grill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    (I don't know about Krab, I despise the stuff)
    Are you talking about imitation crab? I've yet to find a brand that was gluten-free, so we use real crab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twibble View Post
    Are you talking about imitation crab? I've yet to find a brand that was gluten-free, so we use real crab.
    That makes my kids sad that the fake stuff isn't gluten free. I don't buy it anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    That makes my kids sad that the fake stuff isn't gluten free. I don't buy it anymore.
    I'm not a big fan of immitation crab. It just looks weird to me. Though my favorite restaurant in town is switching to steak/seafood and will be flying in fresh fish every day. I am so stoked.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    That sounds awesome. There are a few places like that in Columbus.
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    We got really lucky really to have 3 decent restaurants in town, given that this town is not large at all. Two have been here forever and are run by retirees who decided to become chefs. The other opened about 2 years ago and the Chef/Owner is the brother of the guy who won the first season of Hell's Kitchen. His food rocks and he and his wife are genuinely nice people. He comes out and talks to every customer, supports local growers, gives gift certs to charity for auctions/raffles etc. For example, he did a special event (5 courses) using only local meat/produce and all the proceeds went to teh food co-op.

    He opened it as an Italian place since the town didn't have one, but is switching because we had another Italian place open 6 months ago and Olive Garden opens this month. To be honest, it was his non-Italian dishes that were good so I am totally in favor of the change. We went there for New Year's Eve dinner and I asked the waitress, "How's the fish?" She siad, "Two days ago it was swimming off the coast of Hawaii." Yeah, it was awesome.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    The only place we have in our little hick town is a hole in the wall diner that isn't very good. Oh yeah, 3 pizza places and fast food.
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    Odessa has a lot for a town with just shy of 100,000 people. Andrews... Do you want Mexican, bad Mexican, deep fried Tex- Mex, deepfried Southern, pizza, or fast food? 'Cause those are your options.
    ETA: Whup, forgot the oversoyed, old, oversugared chinese buffet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    ETA: Whup, forgot the oversoyed, old, oversugared chinese buffet.

    Yes, we have 3 of those. Honestly, I have yet to find a chinese buffet that did not fit that description.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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