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Old 07-14-2013, 11:14 PM   #11
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Looks delicious and a wonderful photo too

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Sous Vide Chilean Sea Bass

Cooked @ 135F for 1 hour.


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Mrs H is making a Cajun chiicken salad. Sounds yummy and I'm sure it will be!
That sounds great Hank, enjoy!
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The plan was to make fish tacos with the flounder I got at the fish store. I dredged it in flour seasoned with cumin, Ancho chile powder, and a bit of cayenne pepper and pan-fried it in a mix of butter and oil. I also added lime zest and juice and chopped cilantro to some sour cream. Then I realized we were out of flour tortillas and the corn tortillas were falling apart, so I made fish nachos instead. I also made a new salad - tomato and fresh mozzarella with parsley, basil and lemon juice. Yummy!
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