How to Make THE BEST Shrimp Boil


Also known as a low country boil, this classic shrimp boil comes together quick and is a fun dish to make for an interactive dinner, while on vacation, or for summer parties.

Hot to Make a Shrimp Boil

My first shrimp boil was at an impromptu family party in Pensacola, FL. where I peeled and dipped and suckled every nugget of extra-sweet locally caught Gulf shrimp I could elbow my way in for. I’ve been fixated with hosting my own shrimp boil ever since. Like my classic peel-n-eat beer steamed shrimp, shrimp boils are the ultimate interactive party food and will give you mega beach vibes whether you’re on vacation or not.

This shrimp boil is made on the stove in one pot (the biggest one you have) and is ready for eating in just about 30 minutes. The ingredients are as simple as the method, with fresh shrimp (in their shells), baby potatoes, andouille or

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Vast majority back banning junk food advertising aimed at children


Four in 5 people in Ireland concur so-called “junk” food advertising aimed at youngsters need to be banned, a new survey has proposed.

Which is according to new research from Safefood, which indicates there is a broad awareness amongst the Irish community that obesity “poses a major general public wellbeing challenge”.

Dr Aileen McGloin, director of diet at Safefood, claimed: “Our investigate reveals the general public is completely ready for a assortment of insurance policies for young children and older people to handle this and gain them.

“By figuring out these guidelines that have powerful community backing, we can far better assistance and empower persons to make much healthier foods and way of living options.” 

According to the research, just beneath 7 in 10 grown ups (69.4%) support constraints on advertising and marketing of unhealthy food to grown ups.

Safefood claimed there was a “high level of general public acceptance”

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Burning Sun Can’t Stop the Fun at St. John Celebration Food Fair


Virgin Islanders took to the streets of Cruz Bay Sunday to revel in a celebration of the arts. The 2022 St. John Celebration Food Fair led many to stand in line under a burning sun for their turn at a taste of local dishes longed for during the pandemic.

St. Johnian Doris Fleming welcomes Congolese revelers Babette Kanyinda, Erika Pezzella, and Fanny Mporo to the St. John Celebration Food Fair on Sunday. (Photo by Judi Shimel)

It’s been three years since St. John has seen a celebration like the one held Sunday. Social gathering restrictions brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021 led organizers to stage limited festival events, one lasting one evening, the other lasting two days. At a press conference held earlier in June, festival committee chairwoman Leona Smith said this year’s schedule of events included all of those previously held except for the pageants

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Recipe


Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie is an easy dessert recipe that combines two decadent flavors. Oreo cookie crust gets topped with a creamy peanut butter filling and chocolate ganache for the perfect no-bake pie!

This peanut butter pie might be my favorite way to enjoy chocolate ganache. It’s pretty heavenly in this Chocolate Ganache Frosting too!

Peanut butter pie in a blue pie plate and topped with chocolate ganache.

Why This Pie is Best

If you love chocolate and peanut butter together (like most of my readers), this is the no bake peanut butter pie you’ve been dreaming of.

If you love homemade buckeyes or buckeye brownies, today’s pie has that same great flavor!

  • No bake recipe. Perfect for those hot summer days. Be sure to check out all our favorite no bake desserts.
  • Only 9 ingredients. Including the homemade crust!
  • Perfect texture. The filling has a consistency similar to french silk pie, but with cream cheese and peanut butter flavor!
  • Chocolate peanut butter
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