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    Supper tonight

    We having great fall weather so i picked up a couple of fresh snapper for Linda and I for dinner.
    Who here likes fish? I could live on nothing but fish if i had my way.

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    Um Rob......they still have their heads on them! Ok I'm not much of a fresh fish eater.
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    I'd rather eat dirt than fish
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    Neighbor vacationed on Delaware shores a few weeks back and brought me some flounder. Had a nice piece of it for dinner a couple nights ago. Grilled it, with some lemon and butter. Terrific!
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    Looks and sounds delicious Rob.
    I had a very nice mackerel-type fish (did not get the name, but will) last night, done slowly on a "sandwich grill" device, for about 20 minutes. It was wonderful, and the essence of freshness.
    In the Maritimes, we're all about seafood, as you know. Last week Debbie and I had a dead-simple oven baked haddock fillet, topped with a mix of 2 parts mayo and 1 part grated parmesan, then sprinkled with panko crumbs. 6-7 minutes at around 400F did the trick.
    And, you can never have enough creamy seafood chowder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    I'd rather eat dirt than fish
    Bob, you need to come up for a few days, really. I have a chef friend you should meet who'll change your outlook

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    I love fish but love of my life doesn't really care for it so we don't have it that often unless we are eating out then I usually will order it over red meat of any kind. I don't order steak out since I believe I can grill it as good or better then I can get in any restaurant. As a matter of fact that's what I'll be doing tonight. Look good from here Rob
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    Had pan seared rainbow trout for supper tonight Love fish

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    Like Tom said, Lose the heads and I would be good with it, Looks good otherwise
    I'm supposed to respect my elders, but its getting harder and harder for me to find one now.

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    Re: Supper tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Rideout View Post
    Bob, you need to come up for a few days, really. I have a chef friend you should meet who'll change your outlook
    No no Peter dont encourage Bob to try fish then there is less for us .

    Bob how can u live so close to the best seafood and not like fish. Especially fresh fish. Lol.

    Oh boy guess none of you have ever had curried fish heads lol.

    The meat around the head and jaw if baked or bbqed is really tasty because of the juices.

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