My younger brother has a BBQ restaurant. For some reason he decided to add a fairly new specialty -- of his -- on his menus, Shrimp Linguine w/Garlic.
I am not big on non-fried shrimps or pasta, Still, I had ordered this Shrimp Linguine -- with garlic -- for my birthday dinner yesterday, and I loved it.
I needed a bib. I was shameless messy, and I just did not care. I was a bit upset that I stained my lovely top, but that's life.
Here's the thing; Has anyone ever heard of Shrimp Linguine w/Garlic before? I really never had. Also, did you like it?
COuld this be the recipe you're talking about?
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina- … index.html
Nope, never had it before. I usually only eat fried shrimp occasionally.
I thought shrimp linguine in a white sauce was fairly common..? I've heard about it and eaten it since a kid.
I've had it many times. I agree, janellelk...I didn't think it was that uncommon. Tasty stuff.
One of my favorites! - restaurants in Ohio have made it very well for many years.
I misread the title though and thought the thread was about SHEEP Linguine. Never tried THAT! I need new eyes.
Yes, I've enjoyed it many times. It truly is delicious. (Having said that, as a garlic addict, I love anything with garlic! ) Here in the UK, we call it prawn linguine and flat-leafed parsley is commonly scattered over the top before service. It's always great to find a new dish that you love and I hope this is one you continue to enjoy.
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