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Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by Fix, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. Sota

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    Kinda making me hungry for some mussels.
     
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    Oyster season.

    Grouper, halibut, Tuna (rare), Hamachi, cod, orange roughy, salmon, trout (rainbow or brookies over browns)
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I love my wife but this is the first time I will spend a night or two alone in the house. Serenity now. I am going to get home friday put on my packer zubas order delivery and drink peanut butter whiskey.
     
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    That is a huge accomplishment. Nice work!
     
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    Be out in the Gulf fishing for grouper and roughy in the AM.
     
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    Fried deer back strap with bacon. Simple but delicious !!!
     
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    Moose backstrap, eggs and potatoes at dawn, in the Rockies, cooked over an open fire was very high up in my list of all time best breakfasts
     
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    Drink it is a warm glass. Its amazing that way
     
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    Never tried it warm, usually with ice on or in a glass with ice-cream.
     
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    has she picked a college or has a college picked her. Vermont????????????
     
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    In a warm glass it is like silk. Try it once. I have also had it with chocolate liqueur and it was good
     
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    God I love moose...
     
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    Never had grouper. And halibut was frozen.

    It sucks living up here and trying to get fresh fish without having to take out a loan for overnight delivery.
     
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    Grouper is really good.
    Didn't catch any of those today or much of anything else. Except my daily limit of Yuengling!
     
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    Were you out on a charter or kayak or wade fishing?
     
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    Grouper is my favorite fish to grill. I love grilled lemon garlic grouper with venison medallions.
     
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    Try it blacked, on a great bun, good lettuce and fresh tomato... Best on a hot day with a cold beer.
     
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    I prefer not on a bun but open to lettuce and tomatoes. I do not eat battered fish or fish on a bun. I mean I will but try to avoid it oil and bread not good.
     
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    Yeah, I forgot. Decent places can do blackened seasoning, but grill the fish. Even a steak is good, but the cool lettuce and fresh tomato with the spice... Mmmmm
     
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    Years ago I worked at a lil restaurant in Jackson Hole WY called the Howling Coyote. We did a Blackened Salmon and a Blackened Prime Rib. Both were offed as a platter or a big sammie with a couple of different sauce options and a solid run thru the garden. They were done in a giant cast iron and that thing got a major work out at every service.
     
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