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Guess Who's Coming For Cocktails?

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Guess Who's Coming For Cocktails?
Ooh La La! made off shore in 6-8 foot seas. EASY and DELICIOUS.
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As a new boat owner you quickly discover that your boat is also a great social gathering place. Count on it! You will have more drop-in company than ever before. Life is too short to worry about the unmade bunk or the open tool box in the middle of the salon. Just have a few stock items in your galley and you will always be prepared.

A blender and some frozen items can really wow your guests but don't forget that an ordinary bottle of wine presents nicely when served in a stem glass. And those Koozies that protected your glass glasses can double duty over a can of beer or soda.

Here are a few recipes that can get you started. Just click on one of the underlined yummies.

When you create a few of your own please share them with us and include a photo.

Donnie and Marie's Oysters

Ooh La La!

Happy Appies

Frozenateds...Brrrr!

Another boat trip...another version of Ooh-la-la. Use whatever seasonings you have. The mayo, eggs and anchovey are key but here I shaved thin slices of onions and tomatoes and sprinkled with sea salt. Yum!
So many Donnie and Marie's that the plate is brimming over. Good thing we snapped this photo since they disappeared in an instant!
   

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