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Old 03-06-2007, 12:01 PM   #71
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So here's this picture with all the cod drying and I thought the next pic would be of the potatoes for the french fries out drying as well.....................am I missing something here, besides my drink?

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Old 03-07-2007, 08:33 AM   #72
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I am all for tradition and passing on to our kids the heritage of our family but Lutefisk? I am still trying to figure out who the first person was that came up with the whole idea of Lutefisk and the process is a whole lot of work. Wouldn't a nice piece of salmon work just as well?
Actually, salmon is my 9 year old's favorite meal and it ranks high on my 6 year old's list of favorites, too. BTW, they both really LOVE calamari. Any time we go to a restaurant that serves it, they both campaign for it. Since even I like it (and I hate any fish that isn't a crustacean) we always get it and they end up devouring it. My wife and I have to grab what we can up front or we don't get any.
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I gave up on Salmon after finding out how they're raised. Yuck!

Antibiotics and artificial coloring. Swimming in their own poop. Leaving huge piles of excrement on the ocean floor. Escaping and displacing the native salmon. Infecting the local fish population with sea lice.
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I would imagine that if you are buying farm raised salmon it would be pretty much like the farm raised chicken you are buying. Not all salmon is farm raised, check the supplier.
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OK, I looked every where and all I could find is a photo of a perch....



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Old 03-07-2007, 11:51 AM   #76
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Not all salmon is farm raised, check the supplier.
Yeah. The state of Florida did an analysis and found 70% of the "wild" salmon was actually farm raised.

The only thing I like less than eating farm raised salmon, is paying twice as much for farmed salmon that's been mislabeled as wild salmon.
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Yeah. The state of Florida did an analysis and found 70% of the "wild" salmon was actually farm raised.

The only thing I like less than eating farm raised salmon, is paying twice as much for farmed salmon that's been mislabeled as wild salmon.
I watched the news just the other day and they had a story on farm raised salmon in Chile - that's right North Atlantic Salmon raised in the fjords of Chile. They were healthier because of the cleaner water and feed from dried Antarctic krill was toxin free. Said they could be labled and sold as wild salmon.

Most wild salmon have farm salmon in their ancestry now from escapees. Soon the runs will die off as the fish "forget" where to go. One less great migration destroyed.
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Slight detour, then back to fish...

Heard an NPR bit a few years back. Seems there was an interest in marketing "shade grown" Amazon basin fish to keep some of South America from being cut down. At a NYC restaurateur trade show, the radio reporter asked the Amazon marketers if the fish was shipped fresh or frozen. The reply was "only partly frozen" because they shipped it up on dry ice. The temperature of which was -109.3 °F the last I looked... My Dometic fully freezes fish, so it must get wa-a-ay colder than that! God bless Jackson Center for getting this much right!!
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Old 03-07-2007, 06:39 PM   #79
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At night, in a pond, with a flashlight

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Nah, you guys are way off. ... Just watch out - snapping turtles like the same habitat, some snakes do too...
Does anyone around here ever go frog gigging?

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I hear ya Tom -- from my boy scout days snipe hunting in east Texas -- "tastes like chicken." And always shake out your shoes so no scorpions are in there. 'cept we were caught snacking in our tents well after dark. Scoutmaster had us run laps up and down a dirt road in our skivvies -- if you had to do that at least you would get a new perspective on the starry skies -- 'cuz it was unbelievable. I always had an appreciation for night and a pair of binoculars ever since...

Now wait. I seem to recall stefrobrts being an amateur astronomer. And codybear did invade us over here. (...must obey prime directive...) But the silver sisters did start talking about salt cod some time after we did. Cody' set the precedent -- go over there and give 'em h*** guys!

Oh my, Ado Annie, that shore is a might' fine pickinick basket you have there....
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I say we wait and see if they have any good baked stuff then we see if they offer us any. I have to say they seem to cook some good foods in that thread, uhhh not that I go in there very often, I mean ever - I mean sometimes . Oh shoot, pass me a beer and some of those vienna sausages...........
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We're hurtin' here, buffin' buddies. On second thought, you don't smell so good ........................................
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It's been many years since I went frog gigging, but I can remember like it was yesterday. Crawling around the muddy shoreline with a flashlight in one hand and a 5 prong gig in the other.

Some nights we would get enough for everyone in town. A whole gunny sack full. Knock 'em out and cut their legs off.

We thought it was survival food like the early trappers would have eaten, along with crawfish and squirrels.
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We thought it was survival food like the early trappers would have eaten, along with crawfish and squirrels.
Crawdads and froglegs didn't have lead shot in them. But you can't beat good squirrel! ... er.., furry tailed tree rats. Eww...!
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