Shrimp Po’boy Crostini With Blackened Tomatoes and Spicy Remoulade captures the Southern flavors of the classic sandwich and puts them in a salad.
Shrimp Po’boy Crostini With Blackened Tomatoes and Spicy Remoulade captures the Southern flavors of the classic sandwich and puts them in a salad. Photo by Susan McSpadden/styling by Jen Albracht Johnson County Community College
Shrimp Po’boy Crostini With Blackened Tomatoes and Spicy Remoulade captures the Southern flavors of the classic sandwich and puts them in a salad. Photo by Susan McSpadden/styling by Jen Albracht Johnson County Community College

Po’boy-inspired crostini and salad re-create flavors of the South

September 20, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED September 20, 2016 08:00 AM

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