Friday, July 24, 2009

Blog Contest Underway!

I'm having a CONTEST! In case you missed it, go back and read my second post back. Please enter Old Bay Seasoning's Basket of the Bay Giveaway. And you could win all this stuff:
All you have to do is leave a comment here or on my last post with your favorite Old Bay-inspired recipe. The deadline is Monday, July 27, 3:42 AM. And I will be embarrassed if I only have 1 or 2 comments since that would just make me look pathetic and not at all like the internationally known blogger you all know and love.


Rocquie said...

Count me in! I just put up a post on my blog for Old Bay Oven Fried Catfish.

Anonymous said...

Yikes. I wanted to comment so you don't look "pathetic." You never would, Rosie. Your recipes are fantastic. My problem is, I don't cook or eat fish (I know--my bad) so I don't use Old Bay seasoning. But maybe I would if I win it...

Anonymous said...

Boil water with 5 strong shakes of OLD BAY, 1/2 lemon, 1/2 onion, add 1 lb fresh NC shrimp, cook until done, remove from water, sprinkle some more OLD BAY on shrimp, peel (your guests will especially like this step), and enjoy with some cocktail sauce.

Donna-FFW said...

I love my husbands shrimp creole, he uses it for this. I am going to try their crabcake recipe soon. You dont have to count me in as I have the basket, but wanted to comment anyway.

Marilyn said...

Creamy Spiced Corn

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 cups frozen corn
2 slices bacon, diced, cooked and drained
3/4 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning
Pinch kosher salt
Pinch black pepper
1/4 cup heavy cream
1/2 tablespoon fresh sage, minced

Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Add the corn and bacon and heat through. Season with Old Bay, salt and black pepper. Continue cooking until corn is tender. Add the heavy cream and the fresh sage. Remove from heat and serve.

Carolyn G said...

I love buying some tilapia or halibut. I make a coating of flour, old bay, salt and pepper. I mix it up and then dredge the fish in egg & milk and then the flour mixture and fry it up. It's very tasty.