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Old 08-28-2016, 12:05 PM   #31
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And we do love salmon, it just that at the moment, that is too expensive however if I get a good deal, I will add that in. I buy fish at the fish monger not the weird frozen pieces I can find in my price range. I was pondering to make fish and chips.
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:47 PM   #32
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I love fish and chips, but I don't love deep-frying Another way to make crispy fish is to dredge it in heavily seasoned flour and pan-fry. Any mild white fish will work. Season with salt and pepper, dried basil and a little cayenne. Or any number of other seasonings.

I kind of collect Penzeys seasoning blends I don't imagine you can get them there, but you can look at the blend ingredients and get ideas for making your own.
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:52 PM   #33
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Monthy Menu help, please

I have had great success with dipping chicken strips in plain yogurt, then shaking them in a ziplock bag of seasoned panko bread crumbs. Then I bake them on a sheet pan. Nice and crunchy. Mix up some honey mustard for dipping.

Might work for fish as well.
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Old 08-28-2016, 01:02 PM   #34
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Oh I do not like deep fried stuff, dislikes most fries but that is one of the few things my tummy do like. So I do a lovely beer butter wolf fish with fries or roasties and enjoy it.

Oh I seen the Penzey, up at the weird store, it has a lot of candy and foreign stuff, I think they had Mural spice, Chicago and fox point. I think I should go there again.

Dawg, that reminds me of the nacho chicken I used to do, I think I put that on the list.
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Oh I do not like deep fried stuff, dislikes most fries but that is one of the few things my tummy do like. So I do a lovely beer butter wolf fish with fries or roasties and enjoy it.

Oh I seen the Penzey, up at the weird store, it has a lot of candy and foreign stuff, I think they had Mural spice, Chicago and fox point. I think I should go there again.

Dawg, that reminds me of the nacho chicken I used to do, I think I put that on the list.
The weird store? Funny. Yes, Mural of Flavor and Fox Point are two of my favorite seasonings! Sprinkle them on fish, chicken or pork and pan-fry. Fox Point is great on roasted potatoes, too.
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CP, get on Penzey's website. Not only do they have great spices and blends, they also have some nice recipes. I too love Mural and Fox Point. And like GG, I have quite a collection of their other stuff.
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Old 08-28-2016, 01:21 PM   #37
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yeah the weird store, it sort of candy and American/ British/ Aussie / Canadian food and mixed with stuff from Balkan from time to time and in the back, there is special deals of clothes, diapers and God knows what.

I have a look, I have two chicken dishes left to find, thanks to you all I did find stuff to make.
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Sounds like a fun store! If you have a chance, Canadian candy is to die for. Grab some McIntosh toffee, Coffee Crisp and Aero chocolate bars.
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I have had those, but that is due to husband being British. Is there any different between Uk version and CA?
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Not sure. I didn't eat candy when I was in UK many eons ago, but it might be similar.
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