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Georgetta Talamantez
Georgetta Talamantez • 2 years ago

large shrimp and chunks of artichoke hearts are covered with crumbs, drizzled with garlicky butter and romano cheese, and baked in the oven for just a few minutes until shrimp are tender and pink.

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