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Susan Butts to Lynn Hoyt

Spicy Shrimp Po' Boys

Prep: 30 minutes

12 oz. frozen, breaded shrimp
1/2 cup Miracle Whip
2 jalapeno peppers, seeded and minced
2 tbsp. chopped green onion
1 clove garlic, minced
1/4 tsp. ground red pepper
1 loaf French bread, partially split
1 cup finely shredded lettuce
1/2 cup chopped tomato

BAKE shrimp as directed on package

MIX Miracle Whip, jalapeno peppers, onion, garlic, and red pepper.

SPREAD cut surfaces of bread with Miracle Whip mixture. Top with shrimp, lettuce, and tomato.

Cut into 4 pieces. Makes 4 servings.

Susan Butts to Lynn Hoyt This is what Lynn has to say about her new basket:

"I just received my exchange basket from Susan Butts, and wow, was I lucky that she got my name!!

"The name of the basket is 'Sea Treasures.' This basket is some of the finest coiling I've seen. Susan is so quiet, but boy does she have talent!


"She started with a sand dollar base that she painted blue to represent the ocean. Coiled around that with perfect swirling stitches are brown pine needles (representing the beach). It turns up and then indents and then comes back out again and forms a one inch vertical lip. Where it indents Susan has attached various little she shells around the basket. Where the lip is she has gradually added mauve needles (representing the inside color of shells).


"The lid, which sets into the basket uses all mauve needles. The handle is a sliced conch shell which she has expertly attached. The lid fits so perfectly that I couldn't tell where it started and the basket ended. I was trying to get the lid off at the wrong place!

Susan Butts to Lynn Hoyt "Can't wait until you all see this treasure. It is definately eye-candy. I love it!

"Included were some extra sea treasures and a recipe for Spicy Shrimp Po' Boys. Thanks Susan, you are great!"

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