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23 June 2010

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Suzonne Stirling

Well said, Nancy. I feel exactly the same way!

Healthy Foods Blog

Honestly, I never heard a barbecue shrimp before. For me, this is the first time this one. Sound unique and amazingly delicious. There's no way I will not try this excellent one. I really appreciate you shared this one. Thanks.

- Tera

Nancy Thomas

This recipe is just different enough from my own to make me want to try it - sounds delicious. What a sweet gift for your friend to leave with you. And it certainly is a bittersweet time isn't it? Everytime I watch the news, I start to cry, especially over the stories of the fishermen who now have no way to make a living. It's so sad and so infuriating at the same time.

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