I won't see you guys until next week.
Well, maybe I will. But I will try not to be too much on the internet.
I might suffocate without it so I will Google. At the least. I might also be on FB. Or Twitter. They are not internet right ?
Only the other day we were discussing how back in '96 we had internet access only on two computers at work and where I first created my Hotmail account.
Unlimited internet at home in the US around late '99 felt like Nirvana. But that was still Dial-up. "Krrrrkakingkaing..piiin..." Remember ? Now there is website for you to relive that sound.
When did all that change and I morphed into someone who can no longer think independently and yet needs to share her thoughts all the time. I have this obsessive need to check out everything on Google. E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G.
But not this Cajun Shrimp. Well I might have at some point in the last few years because I don't think I could have learned the word "Cajun" without Google. This is very similar to a chingri bhaja only spiced with cajun spices and lemon zest. It is very forgiving and you cannot go wrong with it ever.
Here is how you do it. 1.2.3
1. Defrost shrimp if frozen
2. Toss shrimp in olive oil, garlic powder, cajun spice powder, salt and lemon zest
3. Pop it in the oven at 325F for about 10 mins or until you see shrimp is curling up and ready.
Squeeze some lime juice and enjoy.
Until then a Happy 4th of July for all who is celebrating. Happy Everyday for everyone else.
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