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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
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Fish soup sounds disgusting.
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(06-07-2015, 03:58 PM)Duchess Wrote:

Fish soup is disgusting.

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#3
Well except for clam chowder, or a mexican style soup with prawns or seafood. OR Pho. But alas, most of those are seafood, and not just "Fish Soup"
Where did you see it? In a cookbook or on a menu somewhere?
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I was looking at recipes & saw it. I like fish but I've never had it in soup and I think the thought of fish tacos is gross too.
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You have to use the right kind of fish and seasoning for fish tacos. It is usally a white fish.
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(06-07-2015, 04:56 PM)Love Child Wrote: You have to use the right kind of fish and seasoning for fish tacos. It is usally a white fish.


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#7
Fish Tacos are great and happen to be one of my specialties.
You can use a lot of different fish: King, Spanish Mac, Dolphin, Wahoo, Grouper, Snapper...
Those are all white meat fish and are good grilled or fried.
Add in the regulars: Lettuce, tomato, onion, avacado, Jalpeno, any kind of salsa. Mt Mango Salsa goes well on them.
As to fish soup I have had several kinds, most are pretty good. The Seafood Soups are good too.
I like fish and have a pretty wide taste, but thats just me.
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#8
Hungarian fish soup is pretty good. The broth, not the actual fish. They mainly use carp over there which is pretty fucking nasty, but the broth is delicious made with a mixture of peppers, tomatoes and paprika. The one time I had it I drank all the broth and left the fish at the bottom of the bowl.
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(06-07-2015, 05:09 PM)Duchess Wrote:
(06-07-2015, 04:56 PM)Love Child Wrote: You have to use the right kind of fish and seasoning for fish tacos. It is usally a white fish.


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#10
I don't like stirring the pot and a fish head surfaces its creepy but I like the taste.
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#11


A head in the soup. Great, just great.
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(06-08-2015, 09:54 AM)Maggot Wrote: I don't like stirring the pot and a fish head surfaces its creepy but I like the taste.

Oh HAYELL no.
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(06-08-2015, 10:03 AM)Duchess Wrote:

A head in the soup. Great, just great.

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(06-08-2015, 10:03 AM)Duchess Wrote:

A head in the soup. Great, just great.
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#15
I like trout and always served it with head on; traditionally, that is how it was served in a restaurant. I don't think they do that today, If I am lucky enough to find decent trout here in AZ, I chop that head right off.

I like fish enchiladas, and lobster and shrimp bisque which is just like a soup, only thicker base....Isn't it paella, a Spanish fish dish, which has a variety of seafood?
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#16
The best fish I ever had was trout in a restaurant in Colorado. They pan fried it, served with the head on and took the bones out tableside. It was so good, I can't get trout like that here.
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(06-08-2015, 05:23 PM)sally Wrote: The best fish I ever had was trout in a restaurant in Colorado. They pan fried it, served with the head on and took the bones out tableside. It was so good, I can't get trout like that here.

Well, of course, Colorado, is known for their trout....have you had the red trout? I pan fry my trout with dusting of flour in butter/oil, with almonds.....you can easily remove main bones from two sides of fish. It is much more appetizing now since i have been cutting off head....
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(06-07-2015, 05:18 PM)SIXFOOTERsez Wrote: Fish Tacos are great and happen to be one of my specialties.
You can use a lot of different fish: King, Spanish Mac, Dolphin, Wahoo, Grouper, Snapper...
Those are all white meat fish and are good grilled or fried.
Add in the regulars: Lettuce, tomato, onion, avacado, Jalpeno, any kind of salsa. Mt Mango Salsa goes well on them.

70 Fish tacos are one of my favorites; yours sound delicious (if I wasn't eating healthy).

I like them really simple most of the time -- grilled Talapia (or any white fish, really), a squeeze of lemon, a pinch of cheese, and some very hot sauce in a soft corn tortilla. Shrimp tacos are great too.

(I like fruit and corn, but can't stand either in salsa for some reason.)
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(06-07-2015, 05:18 PM)SIXFOOTERsez Wrote: Fish Tacos are great and happen to be one of my specialties.
You can use a lot of different fish: King, Spanish Mac, Dolphin, Wahoo, Grouper, Snapper...
Those are all white meat fish and are good grilled or fried.
Add in the regulars: Lettuce, tomato, onion, avacado, Jalpeno, any kind of salsa. Mt Mango Salsa goes well on them.
As to fish soup I have had several kinds, most are pretty good. The Seafood Soups are good too.
I like fish and have a pretty wide taste, but thats just me.
Fish tacos are supposed to be served with cabbage, not lettuce. And I love me some fish soup. Especially those with a tomato base.
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I love French toast, nom nom nom, but I only eat it on special days. I'm sorry I'm thinking about it.
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