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Gollum's Ruined Fish

Gollum’s Ruined Fish

While it is somewhat widely agreed that a good grilled fish is a delight, it’s possible that spending 500ish years as a shriveled, sparsely-toothed creature may change one’s tastes over time. And while Gollum’s motto of “Sushi-grade or else, precious!” certainly lands him on the good side of many local health regulations (which are, by [...]

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Fish and Chips

Fish and Chips

Fish and chips, that delightful British comfort pub food.  Since frying, as we know, makes everything better, and furthermore, battering and frying makes everything better-er, why not fry half of a meal and batter-and-fry the other half? ‘…I’ll cook you some taters one of these days.  I will:  fried fish and chips served by S. [...]

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Links I Like: A Pair of Ceviches

Ceviches are a fun, light option for serving fresh fish, which (probably) originated in Peru.  You can think of it as a salsa of sorts – acidic juice, small chunks or strips of fish or shellfish, plus herbs and/or spices and some vegetables. The Spanish influence is clear, though many ceviches also include South American [...]

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Cod Fritters with Two Aiolis

Cod Fritters with Two Aiolis

It’s time to fry something.  What’s a sunny summer afternoon without standing around indoors over a vat of boiling oil?  Wasted, I say! So let’s get on with the frying – in this case, fresh cod. To be served with two aiolis (as the title suggests).

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