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Waldolf Recipes

PRobinsonPRobinson Posts: 74
edited 6:00PM in EggHead Forum
For those who asked and are still interested, I have posted the recipes for the Crab Imperial, Chili Shrimp and Peach Cobbler from the Eggfest Saturday. Look under "Seafood" and "Baking". Enjoy!

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  • SmokeySmokey Posts: 2,468
    PRobinson,[p]All of your dishes were awesome. The crab dish was a real crowd pleaser and for me, the cobbler was a perfect late afternoon treat![p]Smokey
  • PRobinson,
    thanks paulette .. . it was great spending time with you and your friends/family? the other day. .. and your food was unbelievable. .. especially the crab imperial! .. .sunday night i made up your peach cobbler (i didn't have the exact recipe, but did it based on what you told me), and except that i put it in the egg right after grilling a mess of chicken thighs and it got a little too much smoke absorbtion, it was a big hit and i'll be doing that one again. .. .[p]

  • QBabeQBabe Posts: 2,275
    PRobinson,[p]Thank you! [p]Tonia
    :~)

  • aka mr. Earlaka mr. Earl Posts: 151
    PRobinson,[p]That cobbler was a guilty pleasure. I hope it becomes as much a Waldorf standard as WessB's breakfast omelette. [p]
  • PRobinsonPRobinson Posts: 74
    aka mr. Earl,[p]Thanks. Next year I plan to make two.
  • PRobinsonPRobinson Posts: 74
    mad max beyond eggdome,[p]That's funny, considering that I made the same mistake last year on my "trial" one. But once I used only lump, everything was perfect.
  • PRobinsonPRobinson Posts: 74
    aka mr. Earl,[p]I must try your salt-crusted fish (sea-trout?). I don't quite remember everything you said, however, Bobby-Q gave me the basics of the cook last night. Maybe I will get close.
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