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  • Fish Boil or Fish Fry? How do you like your fish?

    Fish Boil or Fish Fry? How do you like your fish?

  • #2
    Fried most of the time, unless its a nice salmon or trout. Then I like to cook them on the grill in foil with butter, salt and pepper.

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    • #3
      Fish fried or grilled. Crab boiled.

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      • #4
        Caught and released

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        • #5
          Some of you Wisconsin or Michigan boys and girls chime in. I've seen plenty of the "Fish Boil Friday Night" signs up that way!

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          • #6
            Fried or grilled? I've never tried boiled fish.

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            • #7
              Definatly fried or grilled. Crawfish are darn good boiled with seasoning though.

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              • #8
                Fried or baked.

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                • #9
                  Someone's going to have to explain this fish boil to me. At first I thought you just misspelled broil.

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                  • #10
                    Fried or grilled, both ways have their own distinct and delicious qualities.

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                    • #11
                      Broiled or smoked at home. Fried if I'm in the woods. Raw if I'm really hungry.

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                      • #12
                        Jim I didn't miss spell it. I was up in Wisconsin for a meeting several years back and I learned one of our meals was to be a fish boil. This big old Wisconsin fellow assured me, "It'll be some good eatin' dare, ya."

                        I love fish and was looking forward to a new opportunity. I'm a southern boy and was brought up on fried fish but I relish it grilled, smoked, etc.

                        In case you want to do one yourself here is the recipe they used:

                        Boil potatoes and carrots in lightly salted water. When the veggies are done toss in several pounds of butter and let it melt. Then turn off the pot and slide in some absolutely beautiful, super large whitefish fillets. Let float until done. Serve fish with the veggies and a scoop of the melted butter and fish foam.

                        I tried, I really did, but... My buddies and I left and went to a local steak house where I made it up to my taste buds with a 22 oz dry aged Rib Eye, cooked to perfection.

                        The next day I talked with the fisherman who supplied the fish. I asked him how he cooked it. His response was a giggle and "We fry da stuff!"

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                        • #13
                          No Joke! That sounds like eating raw fish, like sushi.
                          Wisconsin is a beautiful state but the more I hear them people have some strange tendencies.
                          The whitefish you mentioned I'm wondering if it is what we here call whiteing.

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                          • #14
                            I like my fish deep fried in peanut oil along with hushpuppies! Oh lord, my mouth is starting to water.

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                            • #15
                              i have never even heard of boiling fish??? so i guess i have to say FRIED!

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