So how do you guys feel about some shrimp?
Spicy, saucy Cajun shrimp…..tacos!
Because really tacos make everything just that much better.
Question. Sex and the City, did you guys watch it? Ah forget it, that is a stupid question. I know almost all of you probably watched it religiously and loved every minute of it.
Here is the thing. I have never seen an episode. Well at least a full one, I have seen a scene with Mr. Big where I am pretty sure Carrie was yelling at him. I guess I just never really jumped on the band wagon. I know, the horror. It never really interested me and honestly I do not watch much TV.I was reading one of my many magazines that I subscribe to that seem to pile up and not get read till a month later. Most are foodie magazines, but some of them throw in a little celeb talk. I was reading a story on Anna Sophia Rob and the Carries Dairies (the prequel to Sex and the City). This for some reason intrigued me, like it made me want to hunker down and watch the series from the beginning (I think it started January 15th). Maybe it is because I read that Anna was from Denver or maybe it was that her love interest is Austin Butler. Yeah, that was probably it. I’m pretty much a sucker for any show with drama and some romance (uh, Parenthood anyone).
Maybe if I start with the prequel it will get me pumped for the real Sex and The City. I guess I know what I am doing this weekend.
K, I feel better now.
Back to the Tacos? Cool.
I pretty much made the best shrimp Tacos. They are saucy, spicy and just bursting with flavor and the homemade hard taco shells add a nice crunch!
Oh, and did I mention it’s a quick cooker! Like 25-35 minutes and even shorter if you buy that super fancy (but way too expensive, for me anyway), super convenient already peeled shrimp!
Cajun Shrimp Tacos. They are kind of amazing.
Shared with: Inside BruCru Life, Lil Luna, Chef In Training, Buns In my Oven, Foodie Friday Friends, Tidy Mom, Taste and Tell, Cheerios and Lattes, Somewhat Simple, Mom and Timeout, I Heart Nap Time, Fine Craft Guide, The Country Cook