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    Rock On! Caesar

    Thank God for freezers. When the fishing is slow or I can't get out, there is always my Striper stash waiting to be thawed and cooked.

    So luckily I caught a couple nice ones before the before the Virginia Striped Bass ocean catching came to a screeching halt.




    I vacuum pack all my fish. Here are couple of pieces that I pulled out for tonight.



    I cut the fillets into 2 inch chunks put them in a hot pan with a little virgin olive oil and liberally spread some Old Bay Blackening season on. Only took about 10 minutes to cook.



    I sliced some Romaine lettuce, threw in a couple grape tomatoes. Then I broke some steamy chunks of blackened Rockfish (Striper) and put in in the mix with Caesar dressing and little shredded Romano. I also had a couple slices of bread that warmed up nicely in the oven. Another great easy meal!





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    Nice meal as usual

    Quote Originally Posted by jetskibrian View Post
    Thank God for freezers. When the fishing is slow or I can't get out, there is always my Striper stash waiting to be thawed and cooked.

    So luckily I caught a couple nice ones before the before the Virginia Striped Bass ocean catching came to a screeching halt.




    I vacuum pack all my fish. Here are couple of pieces that I pulled out for tonight.



    I cut the fillets into 2 inch chunks put them in a hot pan with a little virgin olive oil and liberally spread some Old Bay Blackening season on. Only took about 10 minutes to cook.



    I sliced some Romaine lettuce, threw in a couple grape tomatoes. Then I broke some steamy chunks of blackened Rockfish (Striper) and put in in the mix with Caesar dressing and little shredded Romano. I also had a couple slices of bread that warmed up nicely in the oven. Another great easy meal!



    Brian.....always a pleasure to read your stories, gets me motivated to put some fish on the BBQ.

    Just been on a five day live aboard spearfishing trip off mid coast and got some nice sized Spanish mackeral, coral trout, Cobia, etc...After reading your thread tonight I got into the kitchen..."no not barefoot".....anyway cooked some spanish chunks and mixed with a nice bowl of fettucinni pasta, with light touch of creamy garlic sauce on the side....awesome...

    Will be out hunting the Wahoo (my favourtie) as soon as the bad weather subsides....

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    Sounds like a great week and meal to me. Wahoo are a blast. I will be heading to warmer waters next week.

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    Take plenty of pictures while you are away!

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