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Old 01-09-2006, 06:02 PM   #11
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Stuffed snow peas - mix a little milk into cream cheese mixture, add a little worcestershire, crab - or whatever dip-like recipe you like. Cut thru the top of the shell bout 1/4" from edges to look like a little boat, pipe or spoon filling into peas. Chill and serve as an appy.
yep, yep, yep. Had 'em this way and they are quite yummy. Definitely use some crabmeat.
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Old 01-09-2006, 07:40 PM   #12
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My goodness, that's a lot of trouble!
I'm sure they are beautiful, but I think I'll just make the crab dip, and use the snow peas as a dipper. Thanks for the good idea.
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I do mine in stir-fry also! except I use their cousin, sugar snap peas..
sugar snaps never make it into my house; be it from the garden or from the store. fresh and dewy, picked on an early may morning, it's like green candy.
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