WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FISH? HOW DO YOU PREPARE IT?
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I'm always looking for different ways to prepare fish.It is a very heart healthy food to add to your diet.My favorite fish is Orange Roughy and I just love it under the broiler brushed with lemon and
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WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FISH? HOW DO YOU PREPARE IT?

posted at 6/23/2012 6:38 AM EDT
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I'm always looking for different ways to prepare fish.It is a very heart healthy food to add to your diet.My favorite fish is Orange Roughy and I just love it under the broiler brushed with lemon and butter and sprinkled with paprika,served with a baked potato or rice and roasted veggies.Lake Erie Yellow Perch breaded and fried served with fries and Cole slaw is a close second.

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posted at 6/23/2012 7:52 AM EDT
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I like tilapia broiled.

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posted at 6/23/2012 9:22 AM EDT
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Tuna first choice in preparation is raw second is seared but served rare.
I remember a favorite from my childhood.  My Grandma would get Finnan Haddie, that was a smoked cod.  She would put the pieces in a pan and pour a thin white sauce over the fish.  Toss in the oven until the fish flakes.  The sauce picks up the smoky flavor from the fish and the salty smoky flavor of the fish mellows because of the white sauce. I think this was my favorite fish she did for us. 
Friday was always either fish that was real fish or fish sticks (still have no idea where on a fish the "sticks" are!) Mac-N-Cheese or pancakes.  Swordfish was another my Grandma did well, not often so it was great when we had it.

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posted at 6/23/2012 9:22 AM EDT
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my favorite fish is fried catfish----------only one place cooks it like my dad did--------------and it's over 30 miles away------but it's just down the st from my dr office and me and my g.s. are going next wk-----------they have all you can eat----------but i can't handle that anymore so i just get the lunch plate now-------2 large pieces, fries, coleslaw and hush puppies plus a plate of green tomato relish

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posted at 6/23/2012 9:52 AM EDT
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I love most kinds of fish but my favorite is flounder, lightly breaded and baked.

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posted at 6/23/2012 11:17 AM EDT
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Yell I don't eat anything that's been wet Tongue out

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posted at 6/23/2012 11:47 AM EDT
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Tuna first choice in preparation is raw second is seared but served rare. I remember a favorite from my childhood.  My Grandma would get Finnan Haddie, that was a smoked cod.  She would put the pieces in a pan and pour a thin white sauce over the fish.  Toss in the oven until the fish flakes.  The sauce picks up the smoky flavor from the fish and the salty smoky flavor of the fish mellows because of the white sauce. I think this was my favorite fish she did for us.  Friday was always either fish that was real fish or fish sticks (still have no idea where on a fish the "sticks" are!) Mac-N-Cheese or pancakes.  Swordfish was another my Grandma did well, not often so it was great when we had it.
Posted by nikki p


"Sticks" on the fish are like the "fingers" on the chicken.  I never saw a fish with sticks, nor a chicken with fingers

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posted at 6/23/2012 11:48 AM EDT
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I like grilled salmon with lemon pepper

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posted at 6/23/2012 9:24 PM EDT
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GRANA  here;
Salmon filets are  my favorite fish
As a child my Grandmother's sister made a salmon dish for my visits.She poached  salmon filets over water& finely minced onion ..gingersnaps were added to the cooking liquid & disolved to make  a sweet & savory  cold gravy/sauce  to serve over the fish.The dish, , made ahead  & served cold allowed her to visit w/ me & teach me the ffne art of seamstressing.    Aunt Bea, a retired seamstresss clothing designer ( for Madame Alexander dolls, also made  a custom wardrobe for my Sonja Hennie  doll.
She  had me pick a clothing item from a magazine; sketch it out.Then she woud make a pattern on a brown paper  grocerybag I  got to to choose fabric pieces from her old trunkl   I was spoiled & my  doll theBEST DRESSED  in NYC .
We also made clothes for paper dolls( after making the dolls These days I poach my salmon filelet over coarsely chopped onion  chunks & water; season  w/S&P lemon juice, butter& dill, .
Very simple& allows the  salmon flavor to  come through.

I sometimes es splash a salmon filet  or steak w/ terryaki sauce, & broil in theJapanese fashion.I serve this w/ a Japanese cucumber salad &  Japanese  green tea; nearly as good as a meal out in the Japanese bistro

Hubby only likes tuna or swordfish steaks,used to like halibut  &  monk fish, ( grilled or n a chowder/soup
 cod/scrod in beer batter & DEEP FRIED  calamari/squid almst every way..: a cold marinated Italian salad, or  saute in olive il crushed hot pepper flakes& garlic( fra diavlo style. He also likes it stir-fried w/baby bokchoy( greens) in the Chinese fashion
A friend will only  eat  haddock,   out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh yes hbbylikes canned tuna, right out of the can or mixed w/ mayo, no celery please,
in  his tuna saladYell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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posted at 6/23/2012 10:21 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FISH? HOW DO YOU PREPARE IT? : "Sticks" on the fish are like the "fingers" on the chicken.  I never saw a fish with sticks, nor a chicken with fingers
Posted by JUDY O


Right you are!  Then we need an explanation of the Grouper Fingers that I see in some restaurants in Florida. If chicken can have fingers I guess Grouper can as well but then why don't other fish have fingers instead of sticks!

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posted at 6/24/2012 12:16 PM EDT
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Tuna first choice in preparation is raw second is seared but served rare. I remember a favorite from my childhood.  My Grandma would get Finnan Haddie, that was a smoked cod.  She would put the pieces in a pan and pour a thin white sauce over the fish.  Toss in the oven until the fish flakes.  The sauce picks up the smoky flavor from the fish and the salty smoky flavor of the fish mellows because of the white sauce. I think this was my favorite fish she did for us.  Friday was always either fish that was real fish or fish sticks (still have no idea where on a fish the "sticks" are!) Mac-N-Cheese or pancakes.  Swordfish was another my Grandma did well, not often so it was great when we had it.
Posted by nikki p


My brother in law being Japanese and his family living right across the street from us I had the opportunity to eat a lot of raw yellow fin tuna.His mom always served it with hot white rice ( Japanese rice ) always made daily.The tuna was served with hot mustard made with mustard powder and soy sauce.Some fish is better raw or on the rare side side.Salmon in my opinion is better served a little rare.Raw oysters also in my opinion are better than cooked.I'm not eating too much raw anymore due to safety reasons,nothing wrong with the fish just me.Our family reunion is coming up and one of my nieces is making sushi with broiled eel my favorite type along with California roll.Yummy can't wait.

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posted at 6/24/2012 3:37 PM EDT
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 I don't eat anything that's been wet
Posted by Nancy G


Too funny, Nancy!!   Thanks for the chuckle.

I like most fish, the exception being catfish.  We went to a buffett last night and they had "baked fish".  When I ask what kind it is they tell me it's "white" fish which tells me nothing lol.  Unfortunately, it was catfish and stayed on the plate.  Baked fish is probably my favorite because you can add any kind of seasoning or even breading and it always turns out great.  But I do love salmon made on a charcoal grill with just a little lemon pepper sprinkled on it.

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posted at 6/24/2012 6:19 PM EDT
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 I don't eat anything that's been wet
Posted by Nancy G


Years ago I worked with a man that refused to drink water. 
When I asked him why he said...do you know what fish do in water?
Ice cubes in his drinks were alright because of the alcohol I guess

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posted at 7/3/2012 1:57 AM EDT
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My 2 sister's and I just completed a week-long get together in Seattle where we had fish...fish...and fish. We rented a condo and cooked a few meals, including fresh salmon and red snapper. The snapper was my favorite. We stuffed it with sliced lemons and dill, and cooked it on the grill, along with a variety of fresh veggies. yummmmy

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posted at 7/3/2012 4:38 AM EDT
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 I don't eat anything that's been wet
Posted by Nancy G


Your poor cats do not get any leftover fish then Frown, LOL

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posted at 7/3/2012 4:45 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FISH? HOW DO YOU PREPARE IT? : Years ago I worked with a man that refused to drink water.  When I asked him why he said...do you know what fish do in water? Ice cubes in his drinks were alright because of the alcohol I guess
Posted by nikki p


When I was young, someone (can't recall who he was since it was about 55 yr. ago) who visited the family always said "water is for bathing, not drinking".

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posted at 7/3/2012 4:52 AM EDT
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My favorite seafood is lobster & crab (a tie), favorite fish is a toss up between Gortons & Van deKamp breaded fillets with canned tuna in water in 2nd place.  I can not do fresh fish (I can still see the fish in Biology class & get goosebumps & that was in 1963)

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posted at 7/3/2012 5:50 AM EDT
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I simply open a can of tuna fish when I want fish.

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posted at 7/3/2012 7:26 AM EDT
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I like tilapia grilled on a griddle.

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posted at 7/24/2012 1:57 PM EDT
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I don't fix a lot of fish  my family doesn't care for it a lot.
I do like to fix tuna different ways.
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