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PALADIN Offline
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Posted: Mar. 02 2004,15:45

Jim
It is no secret a lot of us cook some of what we catch.

And as we have a resident chef and many wanna be's myself

included, woudn't it be grand if we had a recipe thred??!!

I know all of our members have a fav recipe to share and

chefmik can add some reality to the mix.


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Posted: Mar. 02 2004,19:02

Mike, you have my support!!! :cool:

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Posted: Mar. 03 2004,04:40

Is it time for the.... :chef: ?

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Edited by Capn Jimbo on Mar. 03 2004,04:41

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DenD76 Offline
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Posted: June 01 2005,13:29

great idea.  I also belong to a spearfishing forum where they have one.  I have got a lot of great recipes from there, and learned of ways to cook my catch that i would never have thought of before.
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Posted: Aug. 22 2005,05:02

Florida Sportsman has The most recipies I've ever seen in their archives section. For every variety you can imagine............Jerry

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Posted: Aug. 24 2005,17:06

Is asking a chef for recipes like asking a guide for his secret fishing spots.I think this would be a great subject.All I know is how to blacken.
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fishunter1 Offline
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Posted: Aug. 29 2005,12:29

Critter, Critter, Critter.....
"Blacken". Is that  just euphimism?  :p  or can you really cook?
I better be nice or I might end sleeping with the sheepshead...
I really like Jamaican-style escoviched fish, and also cevicve with a lot of lime.
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Posted: Aug. 29 2005,13:02

Quote (fishunter1 @ Aug. 29 2005,12:29)
Critter, Critter, Critter.....
"Blacken". Is that  just euphimism?  :p  or can you really cook?
I better be nice or I might end sleeping with the sheepshead...

Now don't go cloggin up my urban oysterbar wid bodies.. :D ...................................................................I was watchin one of those chef's tv shows in the morning & he breaded his fish with blenderized popcorn. everyone that tasted said it was great. ???


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critterdog Offline
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Posted: Aug. 30 2005,19:35

I do know how to cook.I was in a hurry.Blacken meaning with seasoning,not by over cooking
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Cookinman Offline
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Posted: June 15 2006,12:20

We can Resurrect this idea if anyone is interested and I'd be more than happy to share.
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