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Beer-Baked Shrimp

5 lbs. shrimp (in shell)
1 lb. melted oleo
4 tbsp. chili sauce
10 pods garlic
Red pepper
Lemon slices
1 beer

Wash shrimp thoroughly and put in a long baking dish, place them in about 2 deep. Sprinkle liberally with salt, red pepper and oregano. Pour on melted oleo to which you have added the chili sauce. Mix well. Pour 1 can beer over top and mix all together. Stick garlic pods hit and miss through the mixture, sticking down into the shrimp. Then lay lemon slices on top. Let shrimp marinate 2-3 hours before baking. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes and serve in bowls with the juice, using French bread to dunk into the juice.