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The Texas Conservative Coalition says YES! Take a look at the Blueprint for a Balanced Budget recently issued by the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute. Dan Patrick sits on the board. Dan says this is not a substitute budget and that he doesn’t agree with every aspect of the Blueprint. However, take a look and see for yourself. Do you like this Blueprint?
Here is the world famous shrimp recipe I described on the radio show. Enjoy!
PATRICK FAMILY SPECIAL SHRIMP DIP RECIPE
1 (8oz.) cream cheese
½ cup ketchup
1 ½ shakes of Worcestershire sauce
1 ½ Tablespoons of horseradish sauce
1 ½ Tablespoons of pickle relish
1 ½ Tablespoons of Old Bay Seasoning
1 lb. Fresh Shrimp
Steam the shrimp according to the directions on the back of the Old Bay Seasoning can. Set the shrimp aside. Using an electric hand mixer combine the 7 other ingredients.
Then, cut the peeled shrimp in half as bite size pieces (save 2 or 3 whole peeled shrimp as garnish for top of dip when serving) and using a large spoon mix the shrimp pieces in to the cream cheese mixture.
Chill over night or for a few hours.
Before serving…. stir, top mixture with 3 shrimp garnish, and because we love the Old Bay Seasoning so much, we lightly sprinkle some more Old Bay on top.
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