Hey Dirt Roaders!  How are you today.  I hope that all is well in your world.  It feels so good to be up and running with a mmmMonday post once again.  This recipe is DIVINE!  It’s one of those favorites that you keep coming back to…all down through the years.  The picture above…was snapped with my phone…cause…like…who has time to grab the big camera…when something this YUMOLA is on the farmhouse table?  😉

The first time that I ever tried this was years ago (okay…not that many…) when I was a little girl.  Our friends made this and had us over and my parents loved it.  My dad still loves it.  I’ve made it before, while the Mr. and I have been married…but I don’t think that the kids remembered it.  THEY LOVED IT.  There wasn’t a shrimp left to be found…and I cooked three bags!!! Plus….we ate a loaf and a half of French bread with it too.  Dipping the French bread in the sauce…it out of this world.  Come on…you gotta try it…and let me know what you think!

Without further babblings:

Seafood Marinade

1 stick of butter

Vegetable/canola oil

(Liberal amounts of…)

seasoned salt, coarse black pepper, garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce

Shrimp, oysters or crab


In a 9 x 13 inch pan, melt butter on top of stove.  Place layer of seafood in butter.  Add enough oil to go half-way up on your seafood.  Add liberally:  seasoned salt, pepper, garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce.  Broil on middle rack for 3 to 5 minutes.  Dip sauce with French bread.

I’m telling you…so good that you will want to slap your momma.  Of course, if you invite her over for this…she may slap you back.  😉

Have a wonderful mmmMonday! Dirt Roaders.  Now….go forth and marinate!