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Old 08-12-2013, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default Fish heads. Eat them up. Yum.

So my local fishmonger sells Salmon heads cheap. What can you do with a salmon head? Salmon stock isnt very nice to eat, so maybe in soup? Grilled as is?


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Old 08-12-2013, 03:51 PM   #2
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I don't care for fish heads, but I love me some walleye cheeks...

Teh Asians like the heads steamed over a wok or deep fried in a wok. Must have wok.


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Old 08-12-2013, 06:33 PM   #3
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Take them to a movie. Maybe "Lost in Space".
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Take them to a movie. Maybe Babylon 5.
You won't have to pay to get them in.
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Make a fish stock or sauce. Smuggle them into the zoo & feed the bears. Leave a couple under the seat in the car of somebody you don't like or want to get even with. Feed them to crows/ravens. Freeze them & give them away on Halloween.
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They make excellent fertilizer for gardens.
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Holy crap this title just sent me back to my childhood sitting in front of the tube watching Night Flight on USA
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Do they have the tongues? cod tongue is good so salmon is worth trying
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Roly poly fish heads are never seen
Drinking cappucino in Italian resturants,
With oriental women, yeah
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Salmon have cheeks too. Not to mention the collars on big fish,the area around the edge of the gill area. Those are just getting popular.
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