Shrimp Burgers

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Bill Neal's Southern Cooking

By Bill Neal

Published 1985

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The name is new, but the dish is old. This shrimp mixture has played a number of roles in southern cooking. It may be shaped as little cakes, dipped in bread crumbs, and fried for a first course or served as a garnish for an elaborate entrée. It is baked alone or, with vegetables, as a casserole, or it stuffs large fish such as flounder or red snapper. In Georgetown, South Carolina, drive-ins grill it and put in on a bun with lettuce, tomatoes, and tartar sauce. They advertise their shrimp