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Old 07-27-2013, 09:32 PM   #21
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Wow, I love it Joey!

The cupcake chicken looks interesting
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:09 PM   #22
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For my first time cooking shark, I was pleased with the outcome. I marinated it in Yoshida's sweet and savory marinade for about 3 hours then broiled it. I bought 8 more ounces of crab at the store (not the imitation stuff) and added it to the crab I picked and used Breezy's crab cake recipe. Instead of baking them, I broiled them along with the shark. I made Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuits and we had salads too. Everything came out so good!
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Jab, let me be the first to say how lovely that looks YUM!!

I am so pleased it worked out well being your first time cooking it
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For my first time cooking shark, I was pleased with the outcome. I marinated it in Yoshida's sweet and savory marinade for about 3 hours then broiled it. I bought 8 more ounces of crab at the store (not the imitation stuff) and added it to the crab I picked and used Breezy's crab cake recipe. Instead of baking them, I broiled them along with the shark. I made Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuits and we had salads too. Everything came out so good!
Sounds wonderful.
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:31 PM   #25
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For my first time cooking shark, I was pleased with the outcome. I marinated it in Yoshida's sweet and savory marinade for about 3 hours then broiled it. I bought 8 more ounces of crab at the store (not the imitation stuff) and added it to the crab I picked and used Breezy's crab cake recipe. Instead of baking them, I broiled them along with the shark. I made Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuits and we had salads too. Everything came out so good!
Looks great Jabbur! What kind of shark was it? What did it taste like?
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Dawg, I truly have no idea what kind of shark! My son went fishing with a friend and they caught it. Fortunately the friend had already taken the head and tail off and cleaned them. All I had to do was remove the skin and soak them in milk. It had a very light flavor and took on some of the marinade taste. I don't like fishy tasting fish and this was not that at all. I would put the taste along the lines of cod but firm like tuna.
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Dawg, I truly have no idea what kind of shark! My son went fishing with a friend and they caught it. Fortunately the friend had already taken the head and tail off and cleaned them. All I had to do was remove the skin and soak them in milk. It had a very light flavor and took on some of the marinade taste. I don't like fishy tasting fish and this was not that at all. I would put the taste along the lines of cod but firm like tuna.
Jab, my Steve doesnt like fishy tasting fish either, he may like the shark
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Dawg, I truly have no idea what kind of shark! My son went fishing with a friend and they caught it. Fortunately the friend had already taken the head and tail off and cleaned them. All I had to do was remove the skin and soak them in milk. It had a very light flavor and took on some of the marinade taste. I don't like fishy tasting fish and this was not that at all. I would put the taste along the lines of cod but firm like tuna.
Interesting, thanks Jabbur. Hope it's not one I've met! Wonder if it's a nurse shark, fairly small?
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Interesting, thanks Jabbur. Hope it's not one I've met! Wonder if it's a nurse shark, fairly small?
If it was eaten by Jabbur it is now a Nurse Shark...you know, since she is a nurse.
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If it was eaten by Jabbur it is now a Nurse Shark...you know, since she is a nurse.
Good point!
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