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    Favourite seafood and seafood recipe

    My favourite seafood would probably be scallops. Fry up some coconut oil (or butter) onion garlic and garlic scrapes then add scallops. Serve with a side of pasta or rice. Pretty simple but so good.

    Also steaming a pot of mussels with white wine and cut up celery carrots onion garlic and steak spice.

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    Oysters and stone crabs are my favorite, but I'm fanatical about all seafood.

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    For the most part this ranking is how I feel 99.99% of the time
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    Oysters
    Caviar
    Mussells
    snails (that's considered seafood no?)
    Stone Crabs
    Salmon
    Scallops (if cooked right)
    sea bass
    mahi mahi
    Swordfish/catfish
    trout
    blue gill
    any other kind of fish
    and sometimes shrimp

    Then you go to regular crab and lobster and I'll pass. I just am not a fan of them. Especially by themselves, mixed with something else I will eat them, but I never say man I wish I had some lobster or crab legs
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    Yea I really love all seafood pretty much. Been on a striped bass kick lately. Stupidly versatile, its a blast to cook with. I've made over 20 completely unique dishes with it over the past few weeks.
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    if you ever get the chance to try walleye, that's one of my favorite fresh water white fish
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    Abolone cordon bleu

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    I personally love all seafood. I do love steamed blue crab, usually with 7up/sprite or with plenty of garlic. The best part of the crab though is the roe. I just dont get the obsession with just the meat on the legs. Sure you get plenty of meat, but the roe is the best part of the entire crab. I can eat that with steamed rice foreverrrrr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe:28840205
    if you ever get the chance to try walleye, that's one of my favorite fresh water white fish
    Walleye is one of the most underrated fish IMO. Love it. Even if your cooking skills aren't excellent, easy with butter, lemon pepper, or even fresh peppers. Lots of ways to cook it, and always good.

    As for stone crab, I have been to Florida and just missed the season. How much better/different than usual crab- snow, king, dungeness?

    Love seafood btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedPurple View Post
    Walleye is one of the most underrated fish IMO. Love it. Even if your cooking skills aren't excellent, easy with butter, lemon pepper, or even fresh peppers. Lots of ways to cook it, and always good.

    As for stone crab, I have been to Florida and just missed the season. How much better/different than usual crab- snow, king, dungeness?

    Love seafood btw.
    stone crab is basically the platinum level of crab meat... it's sweet like lobster but still unctuous and meaty as hell
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    BMD, have you ever put caviar on eggs?
    God, that stuff is bomb!
    Expensive though

    Swordfish/Catfish are my favorites, and Halibut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityofTreez View Post
    BMD, have you ever put caviar on eggs?
    God, that stuff is bomb!
    Expensive though

    Swordfish/Catfish are my favorites, and Halibut.
    it feels like every bougie menu in miami has a deviled eggs dish with caviar on top
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    Salmon roe is my favorite.
    It's not as expensive, as Sturgeon caviar, and you can buy it at bait shops all over California.
    When I was younger, my uncle tricked me by saying they were pomegranate seeds.
    Surprisingly, I kinda liked it.

    Not gonna lie though, I can eat the Sturgeon (black) caviar on a spoon alone.

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    -Mahi Mahi, on the grill with a garlicky teriyaki marinade.
    -Beer battered fried cod with some vinegar on the side

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    I loooooove catfish. And cioppino's my favorite seafood dish.

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    Deep Fried Squid Tentacles.

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