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tomato-and-shrimp-salad

Tomato and Shrimp Salad

If you can’t find tomatoes at their prime, use cherry tomatoes or even the new “grape” tomatoes that have begun to appe...

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cold-shrimp-salad-with-capers-and-dill

Cold Shrimp Salad with Capers and Dill

This zesty salad is inspired by a mussel salad—apparently popular in Nantucket—that appeared in Saveur Magazine. It just so h...

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assorted-mayonnaises

Assorted Mayonnaises

Most of us associate mayonnaise with the stuff in a jar or, if we’re fortunate, an aioli sauce with plenty of garlic. It turns out,...

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classic-shrimp-cocktail

Classic Shrimp Cocktail

There are a few American classics that seem never to disappoint and can be reliable standbys, especially in an uncertain place or restaur...

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japanese-shrimp-and-cucumber-salad

Japanese Shrimp and Cucumber Salad

This is a great little hors d’oeuvre, best served with chopsticks, for people to reach for while sitting around having cocktails. I...

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thai-hot-and-spicy-shrimp-soup

Thai Hot and Spicy Shrimp Soup

One of the great revelations of this soup is that once you’ve tracked down a few inexpensive ingredients, the soup can be put toget...

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shrimp-ldquogazpachordquo

Shrimp “Gazpacho”

Combining diced shrimp with a crisp, cool, and spicy gazpacho creates an obvious and naturally good combination, but when the shrimp is d...

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fat-free-shrimp-broth

Fat-free Shrimp Broth

Lobster and shrimp are alike in that much of their flavor is in their shells and heads. The irony, of course, is that most Americans usua...

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shrimp-vindaloo

Shrimp Vindaloo

One doesn’t actually see shrimp vindaloo on Indian menus since the traditional dish is made with pork, and derivatives seem to be l...

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ghee

Ghee

In western cooking, ghee is called beurre noisette. Some people mistake ghee for clarified butter—which it is—but it’s ...

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