Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Corn and Shrimp Soup

This one of my favorite recipes... It's simple and really good. My buddy Craig help me film the cooking... I think he came over cuz he was hungry. I had to split the video into 2 parts cuz it was too large. Part I is the Corn and Shrimp and Part II is Mary's Garlic Bread. At the end of Part II, I put it all together... mmm, mmm good...

Corn and Shrimp Part I

Corn and Shrimp Part II

4 comments:

kritiostodd said...

"Slather...it's a verb."
My favorite part!

hrvat said...

slath⋅er
   /ˈslæðər/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [slath-er] Show IPA Pronunciation
Informal.
–verb (used with object)
1. to spread or apply thickly: to slather butter on toast.
2. to spread something thickly on (usually fol. by with): to slather toast with butter.
3. to spend or use lavishly.
–noun
4. Often, slathers. a generous amount: slathers of money.
—Idiom
5. open slather, Australian. complete freedom.
Origin:
1810–20, in sense “to slip, slide”; orig. uncert.

hrvat said...

slath⋅er
   /ˈslæðər/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [slath-er] Show IPA Pronunciation
Informal.
–verb (used with object)
1. to spread or apply thickly: to slather butter on toast.
2. to spread something thickly on (usually fol. by with): to slather toast with butter.
3. to spend or use lavishly.
–noun
4. Often, slathers. a generous amount: slathers of money.
—Idiom
5. open slather, Australian. complete freedom.
Origin:
1810–20, in sense “to slip, slide”; orig. uncert.

Tint Tots Preschool said...

you should submit this to The Next Food Network Star! You are really good at talking and cooking at the same time, that is really hard to do. I think that I am going to make your soup over the weekend.... yum.