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Time for a recipe contest ...

Chesapeake Zebra Moules en Sauce anyone?

Our Bay: Invasive zebra mussels found - CapitalGazette.com: Environment
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Re: Time for a recipe contest ...

We had an invasion of zebra mussels into the Great Lakes. There have been a few issues caused by the arrival of the mussels (in 1988). But there have also been some benefits - water clarity etc.

I believe that the zebra mussels are being replaced by quagga mussels - a slightly larger species - in many of the Great Lakes.

Anyway you look at it though, both the zebra and the quagga are too small and fiddly to be much good as 'eaters'. Maybe they could be roasted and ground up to make a bisque or used as stock for a mussel chowder? Might work!
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Re: Time for a recipe contest ...

Ingredients: Sour dough bread, peanut butter, jelly, and zebra mussels.

Directions: Cut sour dough bread to desired thickness, spread peanut butter on one piece of bread, clean knife. Next spread jelly on the other piece of bread. Put two pieces of bread together with jelly side facing peanut butter such that it makes a sandwich. Enjoy sandwich while watching cat play with zebra mussels.
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Re: Time for a recipe contest ...

'K! Here's mine..
Stoopid-Simple Cobbl'd up Cobbler

Cuppa flour
Cuppa sugar
cuppa milk
tbs baking powder
tsp baking soda
pinch salt
stikka buttah
2 cuppa fruit....whatever ya gots; canned (hold the juice), fresh, machts nichts

Stikka buttah inna pan in oven. Heat to 350. While buttah melts, combine rest of ingredients, saving fruit till last step. Should end up consistency of thin pankake batter. Take pan from oven and pour batter into melted butter in pan. Dribble fruit all over, sorta evenly. Bake for 30 min. or one-half hour...for those of you "glass-half-empty types

I've done this at home and over an open fire at camp inna Dutch oven with ALL sortsa fruit. NO doubt I'll figger a way ta do it onna boat! I *might* even try it with else from fruit...mebbe ground meat and peas like Shepherd's pie?? As for me; it serves ONE; but ya can stretch it to four or six if they're not real hungry

M-m-m-m-m good!
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