I take that challenge, and the words in this acceptance sentence dont count.
Brookies from Lake Superior streams, fried in 2" of hot oil on the beach. Touch of salt - #1
Yellow Perch, fresh, fillets, fried in butter on whole wheat with fried spud slices and ketchup - #2
Walley Steaks, lightly coated in AP-Flour, toasted under the broiler with dill/taragon, s & P, W/Lemon - #3
Larger Salmon/Trout from open waters of Lake Superior/St. Mary's River:
Steaks/fillets - from the grill. - #4
Smelt - Floured, fried, eaten like french fries. - #5
Herring/Whitefish - baked until just done w/garlic & dill, served with tartar or hollandaise sauce. - #6
All of the above can be baked, broiled, grilled, smoked, pan-fried, battered & deep-fried, served with french fries, sweet spuds, various forms of pasta, asparigus, or fresh salads. Can also be served as Surf & turf with beef. Can be stuffed with savory rice or bread dressing, seasoned with fennel, onion, tarragon, S & P, etc. All of the above can also be used in stews, soups, and chowders.
And all under 200 words.
Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North