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shrimp recipies
nitengale2 posted:
I was in my Doctor's office today and found 3 shrimp recipies that all looked wonderful. I thought "no problem" there is a web site so I can look them up when I get home" Oops... none of them are on the site! Of course, silly me, I did not check which issue... there was one that was for marinated grilled kabobs (with pineapple), and another for lettuce wraps - I don't recall the third. Where can I get them???
Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
That is why I have gotten into using the camera on my phone in such occasions. Otherwise I will never find the recipe again. Do you remember what magazine?
~Louise Sr Community Moderator
Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Nitengale2

You can sign up for our WebMD Magazine (digital) online!

Here is a link for the recipes you were searching. :)
Clik here:
Three ways to cook shrimp
Just sign in with your WebMD account name and password and view the magazine. (pg 44) You can even sign up for reminders when a new copy or the magazine comes out!
Let us know what you cook and try and how it is!
Chris_WebMD_Staff replied to Chris_WebMD_Staff's response:
Oh and it's the Sept. issue, hope that helps.
nitengale2 replied to Chris_WebMD_Staff's response:
THANK YOU, Chris!!! You are and angel! I tried the Shrimp Lettuce Wraps (minus the lettuce - we were feeling lazy) and it was amazing. Definitely up for repeat performances at my house.

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