Alison Roman's New Shrimp Louie | NYT Cooking

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Do you know what shrimp Louie is? Alison Roman thinks you should. Unlike the old version that’s covered in a thousand island dressing, this new one keeps what you love and pairs it with fresh aioli (or mayonnaise) instead. It’s a new day and there’s a new shrimp Louie in town.


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11 Replies to “Alison Roman's New Shrimp Louie | NYT Cooking”

  1. I’m all for simplifying process and having personal opinions but ‘I don’t believe in vinaigrettes’ is the worst thing I’ve ever heard a human being say out loud. It’s so upsetting. It will probably stop me sleeping. HOW DARE YOU.

    Also, let me be quite clear. That is not ‘an aioli’. It is mayonnaise.

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  3. She is SO much my favourite youtube chef.
    No blender, no ice bath, doesn't devein the shrimp and a kitchen, cooker and fridge like I have at home.
    I could go on…
    Oh! And everything she touches doesn't have to be described as, "Wonderful, amazing, gorgeous, beautiful!" (Take note, Jamie Oliver…)
    Alison Roman Rocks.

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