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Old 11-16-2012, 09:41 PM   #51
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The fish was walleye (yellow pike) and not perch, so I decided to give C Maloney's batter a try. I have to say, I'm not a battered fish guy, but it was pretty darn good Served up with some fries and a caper tartar sauce.
Pac, that looks sooooo tasty

I love battered fish
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Old 11-16-2012, 09:53 PM   #52
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The fish was walleye (yellow pike) and not perch, so I decided to give C Maloney's batter a try. I have to say, I'm not a battered fish guy, but it was pretty darn good Served up with some fries and a caper tartar sauce.
Looks great Pac - I often serve my fish (usually wild barramundi or snapper) with a caper sauce (aioli mixed with yoghurt and capers).
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Old 11-16-2012, 09:55 PM   #53
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You make lovely meals Bron
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:38 PM   #54
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Stalks?
If there is any stalking going on, it's in MY farm town

Seriously, I was surprised to see them stocking panko crumbs a couple months ago. I'm not sure when they slid that one onto the shelves. I'll bet we have half an aisle of jellies and jams though
I'm tired--I've been chopping too many stalks of celery this week for my liking! Although, maybe that is what happens--someone stalks the meat market manager to make sure the sausage offered is more than just h'dogs and brauts (or would that be brats...told you I'm tired). And, is your stocking cheese curds? Mine is. But, darned if I could find blackstrap molasses. Nope, the wee little store around the corner (chain grocery store) does NOT, I repeat, does NOT stock blackstrap molasses, just fancy. I want Aunt Diana's!
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What a shame about the molasses. Maybe there's a city not too far away that would stock it, or maybe you could buy it online? We are pretty lucky in Melbourne - basically if you can't get it, it's not allowed in Australia. Things like unhomogenised milk products, and unpasteurised cheeses from France aren't allowed in. Much to many's regret.
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The fish was walleye (yellow pike) and not perch, so I decided to give C Maloney's batter a try. I have to say, I'm not a battered fish guy, but it was pretty darn good Served up with some fries and a caper tartar sauce.
Walleye in beer-batter is SHORE LUNCH food. It also makes great fish for fish tacos...but then, walleye any which way is excellent, IMO.
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Walleye in beer-batter is SHORE LUNCH food. It also makes great fish for fish tacos...but then, walleye any which way is excellent, IMO.
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The fish was walleye (yellow pike) and not perch, so I decided to give C Maloney's batter a try. I have to say, I'm not a battered fish guy, but it was pretty darn good Served up with some fries and a caper tartar sauce.
Wow Pac! That fish looks great, I'm going to have to try that batter!
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Does look great Pacman :)
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we had chicken and mushroom risotto
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