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 Poor mans Lobster 
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This guy is the hitchcock45 for food:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvu-WlIE5C8

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Hmm. I may just have to try that ... looks tasty and, most importantly, EASY!

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I have my doubts about that guy's taste buds and nose.

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Monk fish is the real poor mans lobster. Tastes just like the real thing. Bacon wrapped monk fish is amazing.

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Nothing beats Halibut cheeks!

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Barbecued smoked black cod.....


Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:33 pm
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All right, I bought some cod fillets and made this tonight. I even bought some damn lemon pepper. :bigsmile:

And ... yeah, it was pretty good. It was fun dipping it in the butter. It was cheap, it was easy. I wasn’t at any point fooled into thinking I was eating lobster, though.

I give it a “not bad, might try again sometime.”

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L_O_G wrote:
Nothing beats Halibut cheeks!

I have to agree. In a smoked kalbi sauce halibut cheeks are amazing!

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sinus211 wrote:
L_O_G wrote:
Nothing beats Halibut cheeks!

I have to agree. In a smoked kalbi sauce halibut cheeks are amazing!



thumbsup don't forget salmon too!!

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jdhbulseye wrote:
Monk fish is the real poor mans lobster. Tastes just like the real thing. Bacon wrapped monk fish is amazing.


:plusone: I'm with JDH on this one. When I lived in Kirkland years ago now, an old restaurant chef turned fish monger at the old Larry's Market clued me in to monkfish. It cooks up to be remarkably close to lobster in both texture and taste. Well worth a try.


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L_O_G wrote:
Nothing beats Halibut cheeks!


jdhbulseye wrote:
Monk fish is the real poor mans lobster. Tastes just like the real thing. Bacon wrapped monk fish is amazing.


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Barbecued smoked black cod.....


Winning!!

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jdhbulseye wrote:
Monk fish is the real poor mans lobster. Tastes just like the real thing. Bacon wrapped monk fish is amazing.

Where can you get monk fish? I've never seen it.

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golddigger14s wrote:
jdhbulseye wrote:
Monk fish is the real poor mans lobster. Tastes just like the real thing. Bacon wrapped monk fish is amazing.

Where can you get monk fish? I've never seen it.


Used to get it occasionally at Top Foods in Olympia. You might give a ring to Olympia Seafood and see if they can order it in. Oly Seafood is an amazing fish market if you haven't been there. I can only dream of having such a place in Central Texas :bigsmile:


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golddigger14s wrote:
jdhbulseye wrote:
Monk fish is the real poor mans lobster. Tastes just like the real thing. Bacon wrapped monk fish is amazing.

Where can you get monk fish? I've never seen it.

At the starfish monastery.

As for the OP, I have cooked cod that way for decades. Never knew it was a 'thing'. Just the way I figured out how to cook it after I was divorced and had to cook for myself. LOL

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At the starfish monastery.


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