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what's youre favorite fish

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by noway, Dec 10, 2003.

  1. noway

    noway

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    I was in a fish debate last night and was wondering what fish you eat the most of and how is it done?

    Here's my top fish;

    #1 salmon, baked or smoked
    #2 dophlin, grilled or fired
    #3 shark,fried ( not technically a fish but )
    #4 talipa, fried or boiled
    #5 cod, fried or boiled
    #6 halibut, baked
    #7 swordfish, grilled or smoked
     
  2. hcook

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    1. Trout
    2. Haddock
    3. Swordfish

    For chowder, I like Hake or Pollock.
     

  3. cmzneb

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    Carribean Red Snapper.

    True Red Snapper, not that West Coast imitation Red Rock fish that alot of places sell as Snapper!
     
  4. Cinic

    Cinic Spongy Member

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    Salmon and Tuna (steaks not cans) are my favorites.
     
  5. Cola di Rienza

    Cola di Rienza Vordhosbn

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    I like snapper, pike, and nice tuna steak :)
     
  6. SoDFW Jason

    SoDFW Jason Slow Hillbilly

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    Trout
    Cod
    freshwater Perch
    Red Snapper
    Ono(ate a ton of it in Hawaii)
    Grouper
     
  7. hapuna

    hapuna Trusted Member

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    Tuna (fresh)
    Halibut
    Salmon
    Ono
     
  8. hwyhobo

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    Raw: Tuna
    Baked: Trout
    Fried: Cod
    Steamed: Salmon
     
  9. hwyhobo

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    noway wrote:
    You're not trying to tell us you fry ... lawyers? ;f
     
  10. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    my fav as of late is chain pickerel. Oh, so sweet! Haven't caught any as of late but I'll keep trying.
     
  11. Eddie C.

    Eddie C. Administrator Moderator CLM

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    "Charlie the Tuna"






    ;f ;f ;f
     
  12. hapuna

    hapuna Trusted Member

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    Noway

    WHy isn't a shark a fish???????;d ;d ;d ;g
     
  13. ExxoticOne

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    I love:

    Chilean Sea Bass
    Orange Roughy
    Sea Trout
    Tuna (raw)
    Salmon
     
  14. knuckle dragger

    knuckle dragger NSAWC

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    Stuffed Sole
    Orange Roughy
    Baked Whitefish
    anything in the Sushi categorie
     
  15. Bruce H

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    Like anything else it varies with the territory. Here it would be walleye, channel cat, bass, crappie, and fixed right there isn't anything wrong with carp.
     
  16. allanc

    allanc "Inconceivable"

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    Really fresh yellowfin tuna is very tasty. Fresh albacore tuna is pretty good. However, neither of these compare to really fresh bigeye tuna. :)
     
  17. glockodile

    glockodile Confederate Son

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    Barracuda. None whiter or more mild in the ocean. Really.
     
  18. gibbons025

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    Fresh caught Catfish with hushpuppies.
     
  19. lethal tupperwa

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    Flounder cleaned while fresh enough to bite.

    Coat with frycrisp or a mix of flour and cracker meal
    then fry in fresh peanut oil.
     
  20. rbielak

    rbielak PPD

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    The only kind of fish I eat is Filet-O ... from McDonald's :)