Flat Leaf Parsley
Oil for frying
Green Tomatoes, sliced thick
In a bowl, mix creole mustard, mayonnaise, purple onion, parsley, hot sauce, capers, garlic, horseradish and lemon juice until well blended. Add boiled shrimp and stir until evenly coated. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
For fried green tomatoes: In a bowl, beat eggs thoroughly. Dredge tomatoes in egg and seasoned flour before frying in hot oil.
To plate: Put fried green tomatoes on a plate, top with shrimp in remoulade sauce. Garnish with bacon if desired.
Note: Regina Florey, with Regina's Kitchen, says the amount of each ingredient for the remoulade sauce varies from cook to cook.
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Hours: Monday thru Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
SPECIAL EVENT INFORMATION:
Get out your gambler's hat, St. Mary Catholic School Casino Night presents "Caesar's Palace!" is this weekend. The event is an annual fundraising for the school featuring live and silent auctions, games with local celebrity hosts, doors prizes, great food and entertainment.
Live auctions included a dinner prepared by Mark and Augusta Tapia for up to 20 people, New Orleans style gumbo dinner for 8 at a home on Dog River, a pub crawl at some of downtown Mobile's hottest eateries, a fishing package for four people including a 3 night condo stay on Dauphin Island, 4 nights at Phoenix by the Bay in Orange beach, a sailboat cruise and much more.
This year's celebrity dealers include Jason Smith, Fox10 News; Rob Holbert, Lagniappe; Bess Rich, Mobile city council; William Carroll, Mobile city council; Judge John Lockett and many more.
The event is Saturday, May 4 from 6:00 p.m. until. Tickets are $25 per adult in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets for seniors are $25. Food, games and participation in the live and silent auctions are included in the price of the ticket. All proceeds benefit St. Mary Catholic School, located at 107 N. Lafayette Street. For more information, call 433-9904 or log on to www.stmarymobile.org.
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