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    donnie27
    Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:35 am
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    Mommy Diva..........I just read your homepage........what a beautiful family you have. I have a 17 yr. old GD and an 8 yr. old GS.......love 'em to death. What great ages. They are growing up too fast, and my GD is already becoming a good cook......and loves to bake.
    I understand why you have a lot of fun ahead of you with your DD. And don't forget, the boys sometimes like cooking more than the girls icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif !!
    You have me drooling over the dishes you described....I, too, don't care for fish with tomatoes.......I want the creamy chowder and not the red one. icon_smile.gif
    My family and I grew up in Ind. where there is not much ocean fare available..........guess that's why I like the fresh water fish.
    I will check in often to see what everyone is catching ......(I caught a trout once, and it was by mistake.......those are hard little guys to catch on a line with a bobber. icon_rolleyes.gif ) Once in a while a few of the guys at the lake would give me a few when they caught their limit..... icon_redface.gif ...but although DH liked them, I couldn't get past the bones. Guess I need some practice on those.
    My son loves salmon, so will watch for some tips on preparing those too.
    Donna
    Mommy Diva
    Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:45 am
    Forum Host
    Donna...remind me when I am not so tired to bore you with the laughable story of me catching a crawdad while flyfishing here in Oregon with my Dad for trout! LOL My Dad would tell you - "Only I would do that!!"



    Glad to have you in the forum! I'm a little slow getting to the computer sometimes, but PLEASE do pop in and post anytime!!!


    I'll try to get back in tomorrow - I've had my DS down with a bad tummy since yesterday...so I better go catch a few zzz's now while I have a chance!



    donnie27
    Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:47 am
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    I was just sitting her smiling.......thinking that being here in the west, we are the only two up yet. icon_lol.gif
    Take care of the little one........and will be waiting to hear about your trout fishing escapade !
    Donna
    Mommy Diva
    Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:54 am
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    Same thought crossed my mind! WHen I play the Zaar World Tour, being a West Coaster and a night owl comes in handy!!

    Till then!

    HUGS
    Merle 1
    Tue Mar 16, 2010 2:53 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Are you serious or did I miss somethimg about the breakfast being a lot of work? I thought that was easiest meal of all to prepare???
    InteriorDesign7
    Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:07 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Mommy Diva wrote:
    Not at all Psalm! This is exactly what we are looking for - what folks are interested in.

    Check out the existing demos here:

    LINK:
    300 plus Demos, Classes, & Tips Indexed Alphabetically


    Many times scaling (if it needs to be done may depend on the type of fish) filleting etc might be done on a specific fish. Check out what demos and tutorials are currently available at the link above.
    I will chat with Dawnab to see if she can or what other willing vict... *ahem*... icon_wink.gif participants we can find to create some basic fish cleaning, scaling, fillet, prep etc demo/tutorials to add to the list. Please keep these terrific ideas coming! Others may be sitting at home thinking the same thing - and truly benefit from your thoughts. icon_smile.gif


    Thanks for share. Very usefull information icon_biggrin.gif
    HotPepperRosemaryJelly
    Wed Apr 28, 2010 11:51 am
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    InteriorDesign7 wrote:
    Mommy Diva wrote:
    Not at all Psalm! This is exactly what we are looking for - what folks are interested in.

    Check out the existing demos here:

    LINK:
    300 plus Demos, Classes, & Tips Indexed Alphabetically


    Many times scaling (if it needs to be done may depend on the type of fish) filleting etc might be done on a specific fish. Check out what demos and tutorials are currently available at the link above.
    I will chat with Dawnab to see if she can or what other willing vict... *ahem*... icon_wink.gif participants we can find to create some basic fish cleaning, scaling, fillet, prep etc demo/tutorials to add to the list. Please keep these terrific ideas coming! Others may be sitting at home thinking the same thing - and truly benefit from your thoughts. icon_smile.gif



    Thanks for share. Very usefull information icon_biggrin.gif


    Holey Cats! That is an excellent listing! Just like reading a good novel!
    Thanks!
    Jelly wave.gif
    Chef # Derrick
    Wed May 05, 2010 8:00 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    This is just an idea, I know the receipes are pretty good on a particular item (fish, meat, steaks, squid, octopus, need I go on ?)

    But what about the rest of the meal ? what do you serve it with ? what sauce ? what veggies? what drinks with it ? dessert ?

    I got some Monkfish steaks, right, but what do I serve them with ?

    These arent really going to go with a baked spud are they ? icon_redface.gif

    I think it would be good on the receipes to give an idea what they could be served with (ie Cod with ???? Steak with ????)
    HotPepperRosemaryJelly
    Wed May 05, 2010 10:42 am
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    Chef # Derrick wrote:
    This is just an idea, I know the receipes are pretty good on a particular item (fish, meat, steaks, squid, octopus, need I go on ?)

    But what about the rest of the meal ? what do you serve it with ? what sauce ? what veggies? what drinks with it ? dessert ?

    I got some Monkfish steaks, right, but what do I serve them with ?

    These arent really going to go with a baked spud are they ? icon_redface.gif

    I think it would be good on the receipes to give an idea what they could be served with (ie Cod with ???? Steak with ????)


    When I lived back east we ate monk fish just like steamed lobster with drawn butter!! It was really yummy! With a baked potato sounds good to me! With sour cream and chives and a nice slice of home made bread!!! Garden salad too!
    Or you could go really crazy with a crab meat stuffing and bake it! Woo hoo!
    Brings back memories!!!
    Enjoy!
    Jelly icon_biggrin.gif
    Chef # Derrick
    Wed May 05, 2010 10:51 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    quote]When I lived back east we ate monk fish just like steamed lobster with drawn butter!! It was really yummy! With a baked potato sounds good to me! With sour cream and chives and a nice slice of home made bread!!! Garden salad too!
    Or you could go really crazy with a crab meat stuffing and bake it! Woo hoo!
    Brings back memories!!!
    Enjoy!
    Jelly icon_biggrin.gif[/quote]

    Thanks for the reply, I'm doing it with new potato's, baby corn and baby asparagus
    And a couple of slices of doorstep sized bread icon_smile.gif
    (what is drawn butter ?)
    Just waiting for the wife to come home icon_smile.gif BUT I'm doing the cooking, tonight, we got a fruits of the forest cheesecake for dessert, I knocked that up this afternoon icon_biggrin.gif
    HotPepperRosemaryJelly
    Wed May 05, 2010 11:09 am
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    Drawn butter is also called clarified butter... this is butter that has had its milk solids and water removed...
    which gives it an exquisite golden clear liquid on melting. The drawn butter is generally used for a finer smoking point than the ordinary butter.

    Cut the butter into pieces and melt slowly in a heavy saucepan over low heat. The water in the butter will evaporate and the milk solids will sink to the bottom of the pan. Froth will rise to the top.

    Skim froth from surface.

    Carefully ladle or pour off clear melted butter into another container, leaving the milk solids at the bottom of the saucepan. You might also strain the butter through a double layer of rinsed and squeezed cheesecloth...but I don't do that.
    Yummy!!!!
    HotPepperRosemaryJelly
    Wed May 05, 2010 11:12 am
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    She is a lucky woman!!! When my sweetie walks into the kitchen the first thing I say is "Just sit down and mind your business!!!" icon_lol.gif
    When I get sick I eat very sparingly...for sure! But he has other great qualities so it's okay! icon_biggrin.gif
    Good for you! Now DS is a great cook and so is his fiance! All DDs are great cooks too!
    DH is spoiled for sure! icon_wink.gif
    Jelly wave.gif
    Mommy Diva
    Tue May 11, 2010 3:55 pm
    Forum Host
    I will work on that for the upcoming months....pairings and sides.

    Thank you for the great ideas!!

    Hope you will continue to check back and to contribue ideas and questions!
    Chef # Derrick
    Tue May 11, 2010 5:22 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    I try to drop in here at least once a week, icon_smile.gif but as I said, cooking a particular receipe is great, but knowing what to serve with it would be a great idea, icon_lol.gif rather than some people do, chips with everything icon_confused.gif icon_lol.gif

    Maybe that could be incorperated into the receipes or menu icon_wink.gif

    The wife has beeen surprised with some of the meals I have cooked, some she liked, some she didnt, we cant all be master chef's

    But one thing she is very surprised at is I dont use every pan, frying pan or dish in the cupboard, and I clean as I go icon_smile.gif
    donnie27
    Mon May 31, 2010 3:04 am
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    Hi......there are two or three things that I love with a fish dinner. I'm from Ind. originally, and there are lots of fish restaurants (my favorites were for catfish), and they always served creamy coleslaw, or a kidney bean salad, or hush puppies as sides. But then again, there was a choice of baked potatoes or fries too.
    I think the mayo based coleslaw and bean salads really compliment the fish more though.
    Just another idea of something that is cool and creamy for summer.
    Donna
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