Summer Entertaining: Barbecue Shrimp

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Barbecue Shrimp

Summer invites a welcome slower pace of living so hosting friends in your home or on the patio should certainly mimic that same mindset. Barbecue Shrimp can be prepared quickly on the stovetop for a speedy meal. For a burst of added flavor, use the zest of the lemon which holds ultra fresh notes guaranteed to perk up a variety of foods. The acid from the juice is a common addition to many seafood specialties particularly when fried shrimp or oysters are served. In this case, the lemon acts to balance out the rich butter used in the dish. Before slicing & juicing them, simply run the citrus over a microplane grater to capture the true essence from the oils of the lemon. Beyond that, a quick last minute sauté will have this crowd-pleasing meal ready in no time. Accompany the scrumptious dish with plenty of French bread to sop up the sauce & serve with ice cold beer for a casual outdoor supper fit for any occasion. Look to my pointers for choosing quality cookware to really make this meal effortless.

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RKG Original Small MonogramBarbecue Shrimp
makes 2 to 4 servings

What identifies this classic New Orleans-style dish is the signature Worcestershire-spiked butter sauce. Generally oven baked, it makes a fast stovetop summer meal. The recipe easily doubles for larger appetites.

1/2 cup butter, cut into 8 pieces
2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp hot sauce
The juice of 1 lemon
3 small garlic cloves, pressed
2 Tbsp chopped fresh parsley
1 Tbsp chopped fresh thyme
2 tsp Creole seasoning
1 1/2 lb {16-20 count} unpeeled shrimp
French bread

Combine the butter & next 7 ingredients in a large skillet over Medium-High heat. Stir until the butter melts & begins to bubble. Add the shrimp to the skillet, tossing to coat with the butter mixture. Sauté the shrimp until pink & cooked through, about 4 to 5 minutes. Serve with French bread.

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How To Choose The Proper Cookware When Entertaining

Having a few investment pieces in your cookware collection will prove to be invaluable. When it’s mealtime & a quick sauté is in order, you’ll look to these gems to get the task completed without the need to cook items in batches. Follow my pointers for choosing a quality pan that’s definitely well worth the splurge.

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Start by assessing how you cook & entertain. If reduction sauces, pan searing meats & quick stove top meals are your favorite methods of cooking & you plan to prepare recipes for 6 or more people, then a heavy duty, extra large French skillet should be in your cabinet. Invest in a pan that measures 13-inch wide & at least 2-inches deep. It should be made from quality materials featuring at least an 18/10 stainless cooking surface with an aluminum core for even cooking. A skillet of this capacity will allow you to easily sauté 2 pounds of green beans for a last minute side dish or toss up to 2 pounds of cooked noodles & meat into a cream reduction sauce such as the one featured in my Shrimp Fettuccini Alfredo recipe. Be certain to make the investment. It will be well worth it.

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