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To paraphrase Bismark, no civilized man should inquire into the incredients of another man's politics or fruit/salad cocktail. He should merely consume it with trust and be rewarded with pleasure.
Had you merely consumed this, you most certainly would've been rewarded with pleasure, Doc.
TomatoesCucumberOnion AvocadoCilantroChives MintShrimpLemonKetchupCarrot juiceSalt and pepper
Pretty close, Tillerman. Hint #1: Work on the condiment. An indispensable ingredient in any kitchen, it's now produced in New Jersey, but not originally.
Tillerman is missing the caper's. How am I going to tell if the liquid is gin or vodka with all of that stuff in the way? Oh, Please tell me there is....liquid!
wait a second, I just reread Tillermans ingredient list. Ketchup! please tell me no. Carrot juice! I hope not. Gin, it has to be gin, I know you hate vodka martinis.
Doug, this is an appetizer, not a cocktail! Hint #2: No booze in there.
Let someone else win. Do you deliver?
No, but you've navigated my driveway before........
So mayonnaise and not ketchup?Mayonnaise was originally made in Mahon, which I visited last year and will probably do so again this October.
Nope. Let's move on to the vegetable juice. Hint #3: This too originated somewhere else, but is now owned by a company in New Jersey.
OK. I'm going to have another shot at the bottled condiment first.Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce.
And I think George is right about the vegetable juice because..V8 is made by Campbells Soups which is a NJ companyV8 and Worcestershire Sauce makes sense.
So then, just the citrus.......
Campbell Soups is about the only bright spot in Camden...
The Aquarium is pretty cool. Oh, and the USS New Jersey is a fun couple of hours.
Your right, Baydog. I'd forgotten about the battleship. She'd make an impressive committee boat--over the line early and get taken out by a 16 inch round!
mind the boom, eh?
Enough talk and speculation! I just want to be served!
I guess it has to be lime?
Lime it is.
So does this have a name (other than shrimp cocktail?) Sounds delicious.
No particular name- usually something like shrimp ceviche. If I see you in September, I'll bring you some.
And talking of Camden, my son and I did once sail a Laser regatta on the Delaware between Camden and Philadelphia. It was run by the Philadelphia Laser Fleet but we launched from the Camden side. I'm guessing it must have been around 1993, well before the USS New Jersey was moved to Camden. You are right. It would have made a fine committee boat.And, by the way, we have a battleship just up the road from us. The USS Massachusetts is moored in Fall River. I must go and sail my Laser past it one day!
I don't understand this, Baydog.Why must you add so many ingredients to your shrimp cocktail?Everyone knows that all you need are horseradish and ketchup. And why aren't the shrimp hooked over the rim of the glass like in the picture on the menu?
Surely it would taste better if you called it Ceviche de Camaron?