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So what is your favorite local fish to eat?

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craigkoproski


Joined: 09/04/2001
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 posted 04/03/2003 10:08 AM  

Just curious after reading the thread about is it safe to eat local fish? What does everyone prefer to eat? We could also do an inshore and offshore category.

Inshore Striper
Offshore YFT


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Brown Trout

Joined: 03/13/2002
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Location: Somers
 posted 04/03/2003 10:19 AM  

YUM

Inshore: Flounder, Fluke, Striper.

Offshore: Mako, YFT, Mahi.

Sweetwater: Walleye, Crappie, Perch (Y+W), Trout.
 
fatties

Joined: 08/21/2002
Posts: 63
 posted 04/03/2003 10:51 AM  

Fried Cod & Striped Bass done like this- (dab sesame oil, olive oil, garlic, scallions, ginger, black vinegar) YUM
 
craigkoproski


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 posted 04/03/2003 10:59 AM  

What is black vinegar?

Is it the same as balsamic?


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fatties

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 posted 04/03/2003 11:09 AM  

I dont think so, you can get it at asian food markets, I forgot to mention soy sauce as well.

Black vinegar goes well with salmon too
 
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 posted 04/03/2003 11:15 AM  

Hey Fattie

That sounds really good.....could you give us the step by step recipe?

Thanks
 
ralphfr

Joined: 08/22/2001
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Location: Nassau County
 posted 04/03/2003 11:17 AM  

YUMMY

SEABASS. HANDS DOWN!

COOK ANY WAY THAT USES HEAT!

YES FATTIES. PLEASE ILLUCIDATE. THAT RECIPE SOUNDS GOOD!!!

Ralph

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Patrick

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 posted 04/03/2003 11:34 AM  

Fluke


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fatties

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 posted 04/03/2003 11:54 AM  

Ok guys ill try my best-

Salmon fillet- season wih soy/chopped garlic (small pieces) ginger also a lil bit of sugar, about 10 minutes. Chop extra ginger and garlic for later use.
I use a wok cooks better and doesnt stick.
meduim heat, olive oil- throw the garlic and ginger in once u see it sizzle a little bit throw the salmon on cover for about 3-4 minutes... I like it black/burnt a little bit, flip over only once and cook that side a little bit longer then add a few dabs of sesame oil, 2-3 table spoons of black vinger (more if you like the vinigary taste) a lil bit of water just a little, more soy and the scallions cut long.

Id say the Bass is the same way but more sesame oil/soy, more ginger, and more GARLIC less black vingear if you like the fish sauce to go over the rice Smile thats yum. I usually have the store clean it for me, you guys ever try the fishs eye lid, its a tiny part but its tasty.

pretty much thats it, basically its those ingridients.
 
Scalawag

Joined: 08/09/2000
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 posted 04/03/2003 12:10 PM  

Theres so many

Blackfish fillets, oooooo yeah
Fluke is good too, OOOOO yummm
Flounder is a little tastier the fluke even, yummy
Striper is nice stuff.
Cocktail bluefish that was soaked in milk overnight is good eats.

Sorry for the multiple posts, I dont know what happened there

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jtzannes


Joined: 05/09/2002
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Location: Kythera
 posted 04/03/2003 12:12 PM  

Inshore-cbass, tog, fluke
offshore-tuna (1bft,2bet,3yft,4lft), mako, mahi
freshwater-yperch, brook trout, catfish
 
MakoMike
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 posted 04/03/2003 01:03 PM  

Guys,
I like most fish except for bluefish and mackerel, but my favorites are:
Inshore: Cod, sea bass
offshore: wahoo & mahi



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craigkoproski


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 posted 04/03/2003 01:10 PM  

With a name like MakoMike?

how could you put wahoo and mahi?


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