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Old 06-12-2010, 15:43   #16
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I couldn't have been more wrong when I read the thread topic: Happy Hour Recipes.

I was thinking this should be fairly simple: one part gin plus two parts tonic. Add ice and drink.
Don't forget the lime!
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Old 13-12-2010, 22:32   #17
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thanks for the recipes..
i'll give it a try..
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Serve chicken wings any one of a gazillion ways. The basic starter is a roasting dish lined with foil and a smear of oil, grab a cup for mixing the marinade then,

roast plain
shake on salt + pepper
shake on salt + chili powder
shake on salt + your favorite spice such as cumin, coriander, sumac, paprika
rub on soy + hoisin
rub on soy + five spice powder
rub on soy + chili powder
rub on plain soy
rub on fish sauce + garlic
rub on fish sauce + garlic + chili powder . . . . . that'll do

Roast 15 - 20 mins, turn and roast 10 mins more.

Serve with napkins.
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Check out the GalleySwap.com community website, which was created and is operated by life-long sailors Mike and Verena.
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Sunspot Baby's Famous Crab Dip:

1 can crab, drained on a half paper towel
1 package of cream cheese (8 oz)
A little horseradish, if you have any (a healthy dose of Woebbers cranberry horseradish mustard is the best)
Some finely chopped onion - red, green, or white
A hefty sprinkle of dried dill weed

Soften cream cheese, add crab, horseradish, onion and dill weed.

Serve with crackers or celery sticks.

Always a hit at sundowners on our boat or on the beach.

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Stacy's Herb Spread:

1 package of cream cheese, softened (8 oz)
4 oz butter, softened
onion, chopped very small (red, green, or white)
1 small clove of garlic, minced small
4 herbs of your choice - any four. Rosemary, dill (always), Herbes Provence, rosemary, parsley, etc.
A pinch of salt, preferably Bahamas sea salt

Mix together, let sit about an hour for flavors to blend, and serve on crackers or celery sticks or cucumber slices (good luck finding cucumber slices in the tropics)

You can make this with just cream cheese and omit the butter. A success in either event.

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Stacy's Herb Spread:

1 package of cream cheese, softened (8 oz)
4 oz butter, softened
onion, chopped very small (red, green, or white)
1 small clove of garlic, minced small
4 herbs of your choice - any four. Rosemary, dill (always), Herbes Provence, rosemary, parsley, etc.
A pinch of salt, preferably Bahamas sea salt

Mix together, let sit about an hour for flavors to blend, and serve on crackers or celery sticks or cucumber slices (good luck finding cucumber slices in the tropics)

You can make this with just cream cheese and omit the butter. A success in either event.

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You need to come across to the Pacific. Cucumbers are sold in village markets all over the place. The are bigger, sweeter, kinda yellow and don't need peeling. Check the size of this mutha. I traded a bottle of oil and a 2lb bag of rice for 2 of these, a pawpaw, some sweet potato and a bunch of aelan kebis (green, leafy stuff that tastes like choy sum).
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Chili Dip

I'm serving this tomorrow-It easy and great.
1 can of chili (with or with out beans)
8 oz. Cream Cheese (softened)
1 cup of Cedder or any other cheese
Heat and serve with chips, crackers or?
ENJOY
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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