Paw Paw UpdatePosted: March 1, 2013
I was waiting to update the site to when i knew something more definitive. well spoke to mom and she said the problem was his medications were set for a 160lb man and he dropped down to 110. so the meds dropped his heart rate down and was making him VERY lethargic. so, they took him off certain meds and held him overnight and he was released.
per my aunt his appetite came back BIG TIME. said since yesterday he’s been a garbage disposal. interestingly enough yesterday was the first day i actually had an appetite, ate, and didn’t puke. hmmmmmmm. today is the first day i don’t feel nauseated, and feel more upbeat. told you, this Curandero shit is crazy.
anyway. he’s doing much better and i want to thank all of you for the prayers and well wishes. it was really great of all of you. i know he appreciates the prayers as well.
as a gift for all the thoughts and prayer, i have some Lenten food porn for you guys.
1 pound per person fresh shrimp
1 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup sliced green onions
1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
2-3 tablespoons Creole mustard (use stone ground mustard if you can’t get creole mustard)
2 teaspoons lemon juice
2 garlic cloves, pressed (more if desired)
1/2 teaspoon ground red pepper
1 tablespoon hot sauce
mix all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well. set aside. cook shrimp in for 3-4 minutes in boiling water. once shrimp starts to turn pink, remove from heat for 2 minutes, and dump into strainer and run cold water over shrimp. plate and dip in the sauce. enjoy. also, remoulade can be used for various recipes. chop up 4-6 lobater tails, stuff into a hoagie roll, add remoulade and enjoy cajun lobster rolls. cook any piece of fish and top with the remoulade, add to crab cakes and the like. it’s a GREAT accouterment to any seafood dish.
i’m heading to my sisters house for the weekend, so i should be back up monday night.
oh, and this was the first thing to honestly make me laugh in 3 days. unless you’ve been under a rock you’ve witnessed the new “goat” viral meme. see, when i come back, i come back swinging.