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 Posted: Mon Dec 21st, 2009 10:59 pm
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Boiled up some walleye this afternoon to have with dinner tonight. Dip in cocktail sauce...It's better that shrimp.

I boil it in a few tablespoons of Old Bay to give it a little flavor.

 

Fish on:cool:

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 Posted: Tue Dec 22nd, 2009 12:50 am
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Why didn't you call me??????

I would have helped you with that big plate of walleye! :eat: :verybiggrin:



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how long do you boil for im gonna try it this year with some smerch

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 Posted: Wed Dec 23rd, 2009 10:47 pm
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Put the fish in when the water is boiling and when it returns to a boil it is done...About 3 - 5 minutes.

Fish on:cool:



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What is Old Bay and where do I get it?Thanks Repairman577.CHUCK

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repairman577 wrote: What is Old Bay and where do I get it?Thanks Repairman577.CHUCK Old Bay is a spice mix. You can find it at Kroger or Meijer's in the spice isle. Sometimes it is in the fresh seafood section.
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 Posted: Sat Aug 20th, 2011 04:12 pm
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That looks good. Do you cut the lateral line out completely for that? Bigger size fish?

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 Posted: Sat Aug 20th, 2011 06:36 pm
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Often called Poor Man's Shrimp or Poor Man's Lobster. Way back in the previous century the LSCWA members Milt and Millie Tallman would cook up fillets of Sheepshead this way. It might have been before Bob's time but maybe Moose remembers the Recipe Section article in the LSCWA newsletter on how to do this and how to make the seafood cocktail sauce.


Old Bay will be found in just about every supermarket. Most likely you have seen it. It is popular for crab boils and fish chowders. Google is your friend and here are a couple of links. The first link is to the Old Bay company and the second is to the Wikipedia article.

http://www.oldbay.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Bay_Seasoning

Mixing some Old Bay seasoning into your dry powder for breading fish before frying an add a whole new depth of flavor.




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Instead of water, try clarified butter, or red wine.

So ridiculously good.

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I have found that when using Old Bay you will need to avoid salt since is has plenty in the mix. Old Bay is a type of Essence by Emerill Lagotse a mixture of herbs and spices... It goes with fish like the Bait goes with a hook. Try a couple table spoons of fresh horse radish in the cocktail sauce it adds Zip. By the way try the Walleye cheeks steamed they will knock your socks off.



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