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Margarita shrimp #119900
02/05/2017 04:06 PM
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mikeandsandy Offline OP
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Several years ago Sandy got up early and made her way over to Andy and Cheryl's where Cheryl showed her how to make her buffalo margarita shrimp. She is currently making it for Superbowl. Yum!!

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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: mikeandsandy] #119901
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So, can you share the recipe?? Good stuff!


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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: mikeandsandy] #119902
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Would love to have the recipe too!

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: SeaStar] #119903
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Same here. Andy was supposed to show me and we never got around to it.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: fabila] #119904
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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: LBI2SXM] #119905
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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: Carol_Hill] #119906
02/06/2017 03:51 PM
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Carol - others have said they had Andy's recipe but have not shared it. I'm hoping that the OP will share. In the event that they don't this may be an alternative. I'm not comparing as Andy's margarita shrimp were one of a kind as he was.

I made Bang Bang shrimp for Superbowl and they were very good. You can make them as spicy as you like. I also did not use frozen popcorn shrimp but rather fried my own medium sized.
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If this should be in the recipe forum, please feel free to move.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: fabila] #119907
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Sandy promised Cheryl that she would not post the recipe, when she got if. Now that the restaurant is closed, and Cheryl is no longer on island, I wonder if the promise still stands.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: mikeandsandy] #119908
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I don't know, I can't answer that question for you, other than to state that I think that Cheryl still lives on island??


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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: Carol_Hill] #119909
02/06/2017 04:29 PM
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She does

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: mikeandsandy] #119910
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While I would love to see the recipe, I'm guessing the promise may have been unconditional, i.e. not affected by the operations of the business or residency. Maybe it's an old family recipe being kept close to the vest.

So, can you PM me the recipe? <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/jester.gif" alt="" />

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: cruzer] #119911
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Sandy agrees it would be a violation of trust to give out the recipe. Her promise was to not share it. We hold out hope that Cheryl will open a new restaurant, so the recipe will remain a secret.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: mikeandsandy] #119912
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OK, that's fine, I understand,sort of. But not sure why you posted, because the post would guarantee responses that would request the recipe..


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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: mikeandsandy] #119913
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My wife makes Andy's Mussells pretty often too. He let her prep with him one day years ago....He was one of a kind!!!

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: EdB] #119914
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We had dinner at Andy & Cheryl's several times over the years and I just let the big guy do the cooking and was happy to be the recipient of his food and their hospitality. Never thought there would come a time when he wouldn't be around.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: Carol_Hill] #119915
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Carol_Hill said:
OK, that's fine, I understand,sort of. But not sure why you posted, because the post would guarantee responses that would request the recipe..


I am with you Carol, why did he post this in the first place?
Just caused a big stir! <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/thumbsdown.gif" alt="" />

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: LBI2SXM] #119916
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He was just proud of the fact that he was able to enjoy margarita shrimp like he used to have in st maarten watching the game. You people are being to critical of someone's enjoyment.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: SXMScubaman] #119917
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Google says: allrecipes.com/recipe/60111/margarita-grilled-shrimp/

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: JoeC047] #119918
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Not the same -- what you posted looks like the low calorie version. They were pan fried and I believe had a flour coating. Lots of butter and hot sauce and aside from tequila Andy told me they had Triple Sec in them. Over the last couple of years I've used the entire bottle trying to replicate but never was like his.

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Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: fabila] #119919
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" He was just proud of the fact that he was able to enjoy margarita shrimp like he used to have in st maarten watching the game. You people are being to critical of someone's enjoyment."
Well said - didn't mean to cause a stir - except I would have substituted "happy" for "proud"

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: fabila] #119920
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Pretty sure the other secret inggredients are the ambience, vibe, people, view and vacation spirit[s]!

Next part not directed to Fabila, but my take on the OP's comment was a joyful sharing of a SXM treasured moment being recreated at home. No different than us "knocking off" Orange Fever's garlic shrimp thin crust pizza befre we go or others kmaking their own infused rums or ??

3 1/2 wks to sampling the secret ingredients

J&B

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: JohnandBev] #119921
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Totally understandable. But I may be wrong, but I think the OP was aware of all the posters on TTOL that have been trying to get that recipe for many years and "BAM" some one knows it and will not share it. That's all I am sayin'......

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: LBI2SXM] #119922
02/07/2017 10:31 PM
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Give it a rest. Your wrong there. They were just caught up in the moment of enjoyment.

Re: Margarita shrimp [Re: SXMScubaman] #119923
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No, actually you need to give it a rest. I think we'll give the whole topic a rest.


Carol Hill

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