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Old 04-13-2007, 10:48 PM   #1
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Default I have a filet of rockfish

How should I cook it? I'd prefer to grill it, but I'll accept any cooking method provided it RAWKS.

What should I spice it with? I pretty much have everything....let's hear it.

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Old 04-13-2007, 10:53 PM   #2
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Dishwasher:

http://www.surrealgourmet.com/html/recipes/salmon.html

Yeah it's salmon, but c'mon, you'd be my idol.

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http://www.surrealgourmet.com/html/recipes/salmon.html

Yeah it's salmon, but c'mon, you'd be my idol.

I hate that ****in' guy...

Dude, make a tinfoil tray and poach that bad-boy in butter on your bbq. I promise.
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Old 04-16-2007, 04:02 AM   #4
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Dude, make a tinfoil tray and poach that bad-boy in butter on your bbq. I promise.
I did that, but I had to season it with my favorite fish seasoning. It turned out awesome. Rockfish ROOLZ.
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I did that, but I had to season it with my favorite fish seasoning. It turned out awesome. Rockfish ROOLZ.

Well, yes. I should have added, that you need to season it a bit...

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Next time try to find some wood planks at your grocery store. I caught some fresh rockfish in the fall and grilled it on some planks after marinading it in a sundried tomato dressing, and then put sundried tomatoes all over it. Dang it was good. They make something similar at the DFH Brewpub and I can't get enough of it. Theirs is all fancy and carmelized...I just don't have the skill to do that.

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Default Rock fish rules!

Dude,
There is a place in Richmond that does the BEST rock. It is a simple recipe.
Coat the fish lightly with salt, pepper, a little crushed red pepper flake, drizzle with high quality extra virgin olive oil and squeeze half a fresh lemon on it. Put it in a roaster pan, and roast uncovered in the oven at 450deg. F for 25 minutes, or till done. Remove from the oven squeeze the remaining half of lemon over the fish, garnish with a sprinkle of italian herbs, and another small drizzle of the olive oil, and serve. It is truly AWESOME!

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