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Friday, 20 August 2010



hi cathy - i love it - recipes where you don't have to "cook" anything! i want to try this with shrimp this weekend! :)


Hi Cathy, I have a lime tree in my backyard too! They're awesome and fruit year round.. Never thought of making ceviche with it though. Thanks for the inspiration! :)


Hey Cathy! Great recipe. I still have some yellowtail left so I think I'm going to make this today. It's suppose to stay hot at least through mid next week.


That sounds really good, CC. I'm ready to make another batch today also.
Limeade. Limeade with mint. Iced tea with limes. Cooking much you can do with limes, Dennis.
It is cooler in Santee this morning than any day last week, Carol...but ceviche is definitely a craving lately.


Hey Cathy, made this last night as an appetizer and it was really good. I had some yellowtail and ahi so I combined the two. It was good together since it provide a bit of contrast.


thanks for another $5 friday! lovin the ceviche although i've never made it before. you make it look so easy though that i'll be givin this a try soon...i love that stuff. i may have to follow carol's example and mix it up!


I can't believe I never thought to combine different seafoods when I make ceviche, Carol...considering my constant mantra of 'there are no rules'.
Try making it Sawyer, it really is easy, except the chopping part. In this heat, I really crave ceviche and cocteles. Of course, I also crave those items when there is no heat...


Thank you!!!! I LOVE ceviche :)


You're welcome, YY! I love seafood and these hot days make me lazy to want to cook much.

Kay@ blooming tea

Oh my... this is mouthwatering... I love ceviche but yours is a bit different from what i use to, for sure I'm gonna follow this recipe, thanks a lot for sharing this here. :)

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