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Thanks Crosse & Blackwell for sending me the Major Grey's Chutney and the Shrimp Cocktail sauce.  I am a huge fan of learning how to cook something new and since I never ever eat or cook shrimp I thought this would open the door and opportunity for me to try it.   Sadly, I still have not tried it.   After going to the store several times I have some how managed to leave without shrimp.   It is not my normal routine to buy it and I somehow forgot all about the neat sauce I have at home with the great recipe book that you all can get in the link above!  

So what is your favorite sauce to use in cooking?  Are you a shrimp lover?   What is the easiest way to cook them?  

Beyond the shrimp sauce the Major Grey's Chutney is a great fruit spread.  Here is the ingredient list:  SUGAR, MANGOES, DISTILLED VINEGAR, SALT, RAISINS, LIME JUICE CONCENTRATE, TAMARIND JUICE CONCENTRATE, WATER, SPICES, ONION POWDER, NATURAL FLAVOR.   
I have not had a mango spread before and I'm still not sure if I really like it.... still want to try it on some fresh biscuits.  :)

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Tina W said…
I think my favorite is pepper jelly.

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