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What is your favorite seafood?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Frank Goad, Oct 13, 2021.

  1. Frank Goad

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    Mine is crab leg meat with melted butter in a small saucer.:)
     
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    Mackerel.
     
  3. Guitar's Cry

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    Maine lobstah
     
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    Salmon.
     
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    calamari for me
     
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    Can't pick just one. Prawns, crab, lobster, oysters, mussels, red emperor is my favourite type of fish but I've never meet one I wouldn't eat.
     
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    Very healthy. Full marks.;) And cheap, too!
     
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    Probably either crab or mussels.
     
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    Indeed. It's very good in sunflower oil and with black pepper and vinegar.

    Sometimes I think I'm the only person who finds salmon gross...
     
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    I have a problem with see food, i see food and i eat it.

    Really though. My fave is braden rost atlantic salmon.
     
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    Can only get farmed salmon where I live and it's not the best. I've had wild caught salmon in the U.S. and it was lovely.
     
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    I don't find salmon gross but it is not my favourite. I usually fry mackerel in fillets, with some grains of coarse salt on the skin side. And a rocket and lemon juice salad on the side. I haven't tried vinegar. What sort of vinegar?

    The French eat them with a gooseberry sauce. I've never tried it - but then gooseberries are so hard to find nowadays.
     
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    Just regular vinegar. And a side salad is best :)
     
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    Crispy seaweed :p
     
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    What's regular vinegar? I mean, is it from white wine, red wine, sherry, cider or malt (spirit vinegar)? I've got all of these in the cupboard - plus some rice vinegar my son got for a Chinese dish he once made.
     
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    Malt vinegar and cider vinegars generally :)
     
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    Being in Massachusetts I like most sea food, but especially, lobster, scallops (sea and sweet) halibut, sword, haddock (prime cut), fresh I like trout.
     
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    Yeah guys, I like butter too, but not enough to dip bug meat in it. :D
     
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