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Weird scrambled egg type thing. Definitely not fail safe
This is my go to chocolate frosting! I usually make the medium level of chocolate. So easy and a winner every time. This time I followed Grandma Deb and whipped the frosting on high for a few minutes. I really did make it super fluffh. Thanks Grandma Deb! And thank you Kittencal for always posting the best recipes! Every time I see your name, I know it's going to be good!
I use 7 or 8 jalapeños, 2 large onions, 1 32 Oz. Can of petite diced tomatoes and instead of 1 32 Oz can of tomato sauce and 32 Oz of water I use 2 32 Oz cans tomato sauce, I add garlic powder and only add water to the consistency I like. This makes thick and chunky picante sauce! I've been doing it for many years now!
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How to Grill Oysters
SUPER simple!!! Serve with a squeeze of lemon, BBQ sauce, cocktail sauce, horseradish, salsa. . .you name it! No shucking required. NOTE: make sure you buy LARGE oysters, as they are quite small when cooked and also make sure your heat is on HIGH or else the shells won't pop open. 2 dozen oysters will serve 4 as an appetizer or 2 as a main course. Recipe from Steven Raichlen's How to Grill.

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