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gozz at gozz.com
Tue Dec 23 00:06:10 CST 2003
I like it, but the novelty of listening to it wore off after 3-4
listens. It's great to play for guests though; I put it on during a
baked grouper-fest Monday night. Who is doing Trout Thursday (January
29) this year other than me? http://www.troutthursday.com/
Here is how I fixed the grouper; you'd have to adjust it for trout, it
would seem. How do you bake thin fillets without making them "roll up"?
Melt enough butter in the bottom of a pan so it's 1/8-1/4 inch deep.
Add extra salt and a pinch of MSG.
Place grouper fillets, or any thick fillets, in bottom of pan. Leave
some room to get a spoon into the butter.
Sprinkle a mixture of (dried) 1 part thyme, 2 parts marjoram and 2
parts basil over the top of the fish, so that it thinly and evenly
covers 1/3 to 1/2 of the fish's upper surface.
Place in a pre heated 400 degree oven, bake for about 20 minutes, or
until fish easily flakes with a fork, occasionally spooning some of the
butter over the fish, being careful not to flush all of the spices roll
off the surface of the fish.
On Monday, December 22, 2003, at 02:42 PM, Martin Burns wrote:
>>> Now playing on iTunes: "Money" by Gary "Nesta" Pine & Dollarman from
>>> 'Dub Side of the Moon' - a hit from way back in 2003
>> I just discovered this one a few weeks ago, and I was shocked and
>> horrified -- after discovering that it's *really good*. I'm not a big
>> fan of the reggae re-hash, but most of the album, for some reason,
>> just works. I might break down and go get it.
> Do - it's good. And it's both very different *and* very faithful.
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