Tag Archives: Fish

Tacos for the USC vs. Alabama Game… A Day Late.

At least for this venue. The Rah- Rah football site etc. had it all ready for pre-game degustation. Were I a superstitious person I might suggest that all Alabama fans eat tacos for every meal and nothing else. Yesterday’s 52-6 … Continue reading

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New RBR Tailgating

My weekly post at rollbamaroll.com is up. This week: What is very likely Arkansas style fried fish crossed with what is more likely traditional British fish n’ chips. Also, perfect French fries. While you are there check out the previews … Continue reading

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Lenten Friday Recipe: Marcella Hazan’s Fish In Crazy Water

This is an interesting take on sous vide done with out the wrap in a process called “poaching.” The practice of poaching began in the Late Middle Ages when peasants were banned from hunting wild animals, such pursuits being reserved … Continue reading

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Lenten Friday Recipe: Fish & Chips with (From the Cookbook #4:) Homemade Ketchup a la Provencal (page 211)

Multiple birds need fear my stone after this Lenten Friday/Cookbook entry. There are few things more pleasing than fried fish. Doctors promote fish as a source of protein. It has omega 3 fatty acids that strengthen the heart and lift … Continue reading

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From the cookbook #3: Tuna Provencal, page 149

The shrewder observers among you will note that that is not tuna in the picture. While the recipe in this month’s cookbook calls for tuna, my wife is far, far, too pregnant for that particular fish at the moment. We … Continue reading

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Lenten Friday Recipe: Grilled Trout with Horseradish

In the 17th century, working independently, Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz, invented Calculus, “the math of motion and change.” Leibniz published first, but little controversy exits. It is widely accepted that the two both be given credit for the … Continue reading

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Recipe: White fish with white wine tomato sauce

This came from a what-do-I-have-in-the-fridge night but has made it into our regular rotation. Most white fish will be okay. Pictured, beneath the sauce, is talapia, but trigger or even grouper would work. Sweet fish like snapper would be ideal. … Continue reading

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From the Cookbook #8: Japanese-style crispy halibut with lemon sauce

Qualms about getting your Japanese recipes from a Chinese cookbook? None here. I do have qualms about the profligrate use of hyphens in this book. Why “Japanese-style?”  Whatever the reason, we are nearing the end of the month and, at … Continue reading

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