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Monday, November 25, 2013

Monday Night Meals: Week 12

San Francisco 49ers VS. Washington Redskins

San Francisco

Crab Louie Salad

Makes two salads


½ c mayonnaise
2 T ketchup
½ lemon
½ T minced garlic
Splash of hot sauce
Dash of paprika
Dash of chili powder
Salt and pepper
1 head of romaine
½ cucumber
1 ripe tomato
½ avocado
2 eggs
½ lb. crab meat
Dash of garlic powder

                Bring a pot of water to boil, add eggs. Allow to fully cook, about ten minutes. Remove pot from heat, place under cool water and set aside.

                Meanwhile, prepare the salad dressing. In a bowl, add the mayonnaise, ketchup, juice from the lemon, minced garlic, hot sauce, paprika, chili powder, salt and pepper. Mix all together until well blended. Add more hot sauce to taste.

                Next cut up the lettuce, slice the cucumber and avocado and cut the tomato into wedges. Peel the egg and cut into quarters. Place the crab meat on a cutting board or plate, add a spoonful of capers and season with garlic powder, salt and pepper. Mix together.

                Build the salad, first place lettuce in a bowl. Add the cucumber, tomato, avocado and eggs around the border of the salad. Fill the center with crab meat mixture. Place dressing on top and enjoy! Go 49ers!


Seafood Bake

Serves Two to Three


½ lb. shrimp
1 fillet of salmon (1/2 lb.)
¼ lb. scallops
1 bunch of crab legs
1 lemon
½ bottle of microbrew
2 T garlic
2 T old bay seasoning
1 T parsley
Salt and pepper


Preheat oven to 350. Clean up seafood, and remove shells from shrimp. Break the crab legs into individual legs. Slice the scallops in half width wise, so they still resemble circles just not as thick.

 In a deep casserole dish with lid, place the crab legs in the dish. Place around the dish the scallops and shrimp. Place the fillet of salmon on top in the center of the dish. Slice the lemon in half, with one half cut into four pieces. Place the four pieces of lemon in the casserole dish. Squeeze the other half of the lemon over the seafood, covering everything in the dish.

Pour the beer over all the ingredients as well. Add the garlic, old bay seasoning, parsley, salt and pepper. Place lid on top and put into heated oven. Bake for twenty-five minutes. Remove from dish, place on plate and prepare to get messy. Serve remaining liquid from dish on the side. Best served with potato, salad or bread. Go Redskins!

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