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Old 03-19-2012, 17:09   #11
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What great ideas. I can see fish on the menu in the near future!

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Originally Posted by jwags
Thanks for the inspiration. I am not a big fish eater but my husband likes it and I need to cook it more. I think the trick with fish is the flavoring. I like to use lots of spicey spices to perk up the flavor. I prefer to cook it outside on the grill in good weather. I usually marinate it with a nice marinade and grill it. I prefer things like Tuna but need to broaden my fish choices.
The albertsons store here just added swordfish, ahi tuna and orange roughy. Times like this I think I could be a pescatarian. Lol

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Thanks for the great input. I'm going to try all of them. Who knows, I may even end up liking baked fish.

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If you run into some Mahi on sale its wonderful. But it will dry out like a fatless chicken breast, I mean teeth sqeeking dry. Nothing worse than having a good piece of fish, bite into it and it sqeks back at you. I solved this problem by soaking it in heavy cream and egg over night, coat it with blackening seasoning and bake in a screeching hot oven.

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Lemon [pepper] and Dill never fails
Thyme alone works in chowders. I plan to try it on fish.
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