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post #61 of 133
Perch Walleye Octopus at Crofton on Wells ; baby octopus - chorizo, grilled radicchio, white anchovy gremolata, smoked paprika oil Snapper Scallops
post #62 of 133
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My mom used to put a ton of milk, butter AND creme fraiche in mashed potatoes. Needless to say, it was good.

post #63 of 133
Interesting to see how few people had a fresh water fish in their list.
post #64 of 133
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Interesting to see how few people had a fresh water fish in their list.

SF is a pretty white crowd.
post #65 of 133
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SF is a pretty white crowd.

I'm not white now?
post #66 of 133
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I'm not white now?

You're a hick. We're a different breed from the SF whites.
post #67 of 133
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Interesting to see how few people had a fresh water fish in their list.
I'm not a fan, in general.
post #68 of 133
salmon. canned tuna. halibut deep-fried. rainbow trout is easy to eat too. sturgeon.
post #69 of 133
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jeez, i couldn't even narrow it to 5: sardines, mackerel, salmon, petrale, lingcod, rex (sand dab), swordfish ... and then there's shellfish!

+1 the more that I think about it.

The only type of fish I usually avoid is tilapia.
post #70 of 133
Sturgeon
Swordfish
Monk fish
turbot
perfectly fresh, filleted and cooked on the spot bluefish (any other bluefish is dreadful)
Wild salmon
anything in the sea bass group
post #71 of 133
Jellyfish. Love a jellyfish salad.

Trout.

Snapper.

Tuna

Salmon

Bass (only if I've caught it)

John Dory (hay Matt!)

Anchovy

others I can't think of ATM.
post #72 of 133
Grouper
Cod
Eel
post #73 of 133
If we're going to mention shellfish as well, I have to bring up something I discovered very recently and knocked my socks off: Caicos Lobster. So much tastier and satisfying than Northern Atlantic lobster IMO. Completely different animal, no claws - very meaty too.



Also, ecrevisses (crawfish?) and langoustines are amazing.
post #74 of 133
i believe that's the same species as the spiny lobsters we get here. i'm sure there's a difference between warm water/cold water, but i really love them, too. they're much leaner and with almost a minerally taste.
post #75 of 133
^ Damn, that's one scary critter.

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Interesting to see how few people had a fresh water fish in their list.

One of the best fish I've had was a tandoori trout outside Manali, India. Trout can be fantastic, or very boring.

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The only type of fish I usually avoid is tilapia.

I practically live off of Safeway individually frozen tilapia filets.
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