Cocktail sauces

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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/08/09 17:44:37 (permalink)
The recipe JRPfeffadded looks awesome, maybe its the shrimp. However, folks, My recipe is simple-ketchup and lots of horseradish. Who needs worchestershire,lemon,tobasco pepper or dry mustard? And frankly-chili sauce is a wonderful ingredient.Just my opinion.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/08/09 18:11:16 (permalink)
"Who needs worchestershire, lemon, tabasco pepper or dry mustard?"
 Those of us who like worchestershire, lemon, tabasco pepper and dry mustard in our sauce and are in the know about what constitutes a perfect cocktail sauce! Chili Sauce just wrecks the good cocktail sauce preferred by us sauce connoisseurs and  purists.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/08/09 18:18:47 (permalink)
I'll have a bottle of Hoffman House Cocktail Sauce in my next checked bag to Phoenix with foodbme's name on it (No, not THAT Hoffman).
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/08/09 18:37:08 (permalink)
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I'll have a bottle of Hoffman House Cocktail Sauce in my next checked bag to Phoenix with foodbme's name on it (No, not THAT Hoffman).

I believe I've had Hoffman House Cocktail Sauce before. I think you can find it out here. Those kind of sauces go well with fried fish and fried shrimp, but the Basic Ketchup, horseradish, lemon juice Worchestershire, Tabasco/Crystal hot sauce is THE BEST for Shrimp Cocktail.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/08/09 18:47:37 (permalink)
Again, just my opinion. Maybe I am missing something.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/08/09 19:12:07 (permalink)
ann peeples
Again, just my opinion. Maybe I am missing something.

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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/22 01:28:22 (permalink)

here is a simple and best cocktail sauces recipe...
 
This cocktail sauce recipe is the perfect accompaniment to cooked shrimp.
Ingredients:
    1/2 cup chili sauce 1/2 cup ketchup 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice (about 1 small lemon) 1 to 2 tablespoons prepared horseradish dash Worcestershire sauce few drops hot sauce salt to taste
Preparation: Combine and blend all ingredients well. Serve cocktail with shrimp, oysters, and other shellfish.





 
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/22 03:00:01 (permalink)
... add to that finely minced celery for some bulk and some seasoned salt and we're done.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/22 12:59:29 (permalink)
Heinz Chili Sauce, CREAMY horseradish sauce and open pit barbecue sauce.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/23 09:20:11 (permalink)
Even though the fried shrimp scene is kind of dismal here in Dallas there are several places that have a DIY "cocktail sauce bar".  They provide ketchup, horseradish, L & P Worcestershire, lemons, a variety of bottled "hot sauces", and sweet relish and invite you to make your own poison.  These places are an example: http://www.bigshucks.com/ 
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/23 13:12:07 (permalink)
Beata740

here is a simple and best cocktail sauces recipe...

This cocktail sauce recipe is the perfect accompaniment to cooked shrimp.
Ingredients:
    1/2 cup chili sauce 1/2 cup ketchup 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice (about 1 small lemon) 1 to 2 tablespoons prepared horseradish dash Worcestershire sauce few drops hot sauce salt to taste
Preparation: Combine and blend all ingredients well. Serve cocktail with shrimp, oysters, and other shellfish.


 
Hey! That's my recipe from the first page. Except, you've left out the capful of brandy
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/23 13:15:34 (permalink)
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Even though the fried shrimp scene is kind of dismal here in Dallas there are several places that have a DIY "cocktail sauce bar".  They provide ketchup, horseradish, L & P Worcestershire, lemons, a variety of bottled "hot sauces", and sweet relish and invite you to make your own poison.  These places are an example: http://www.bigshucks.com/ 

 
Right on, Jim. Big Shucks is my "go to" fried seafood place in Dallas, too!
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/23 13:18:08 (permalink)
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... add to that finely minced celery for some bulk and some seasoned salt and we're done.

 
Dawn, we're never done here.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2011/11/23 13:42:43 (permalink)
Mayo makes it better......honest
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2012/05/31 11:42:13 (permalink)
Here are the places I've found (so far) in the Metroplex that offer a "DIY Cocktail Sauce Bar" like I described above:
 
http://www.awshucksdallas.com/  (multiple locations)
http://www.dodiestexas.com/ (multiple locations)
http://bigeasyplano.com/
http://flyingfishinthe.net/  (multiple locations)
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2012/05/31 12:28:48 (permalink)
Peter Luger sauce is ridiculously good...as a cocktail sauce.

http://www.peterluger.com/recipes.cfm
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2012/06/02 14:38:43 (permalink)
no, it's mine from page1.
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Re:Cocktail sauces 2012/06/02 23:50:04 (permalink)
Just bought some Bookbinders Cocktail Sauce in Maryland that comes with Old Bay Seasoning mixed in. Yum.
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