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Old 05-22-2002, 01:13 PM
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Late night standard: Fried Hornpout -

Mix 50/50 flour and breadcrums (italian seasoning)
Shake together in a ziploc bag.
Fry 'till crisp in veggie oil.
Yum! not healthy, but ... YUM!

Cracked Peppercorn Trout (also GREAT on salmon, but I don't get any of those I take home) :

Take whole black pepercorns, smash with hammer or some other blunt object.
Press each side of filet's firmly in pepercorns.
Cook on open fire grill.

Serve over rice & veggies! OMG, what a treat!

Usually catch and release, but those are two standards for the few you just have to take home!
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Old 05-22-2002, 02:41 PM
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Stonie, think you may have a good idea here for another

Board topic.

Juro, possible to do a fav. recpt. as a seperate thread?
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Fred... isn't this on a "Recipe " thread all ready... I may be confused and misread your post. .Were you asking for a separate thread ?
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Yeah, thought this was the place to put it...

The sign at the door reads:
"Harvesting the bounty in moderation is part of the reward for our stewardship of the resource"

Leads me to think it is a cookin show...

Speaking of which, I don't think I have anything planned for Dinner Friday night, might need to keep a few... Mmmmmm, Pepercorn Trout!
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It sure is a recipe thread!

You can select posts to show from the "beginning" along the bottom menu bar to see all the recipes that are older than your User cp settings will show by default.
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Hoy Ve! that will teach me to post and try to hold

a business conversation on the phone. Fred Evans in a leading roll on "short attention span theater."
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Re: Hoy Ve! that will teach me to post and try to hold

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a business conversation on the phone. Fred Evans in a leading roll on "short attention span theater."
Fred, Just think of what you aggreed to in the business conversation!!

Stone the Horn pout recipe brings up old memorys. It would also work good with farm raised catfish.
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Works good for just about all freshwaters... problem is picking those damn little bones out!
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God John! You could be right .....

a zero down 5% APR, 30year term loan?


Think I'd have to 'update' my resume' "pdq."
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