With trees. I was going to burn all four but somebody stole two.
Does this mean I won't get a lovely bass for my birthday?
Did they smash it, batter it, and fry it?
Sweet Potato Cayenne Battered Sea Bass
Goodies that you’ll need:
- 1/2 pound fresh sea bass, without skin
- 3/4 tbsp Irish or other organic butter
- pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt
- 1/4 tsp cayenne – Do Not worry…it will not be spicy, just wonderful
- 1/8 – 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1/8 cup Sweet Potato flour (there will be plenty left over)
This will be best if you use a cast iron pan. Heat pan on medium – high and melt 1/2 tbsp butter. (your choice if you like salted or not, just be sure to adjust the recipe to keep sodium low) I only (barely) salted one side of the fish tonight, because I was using this amazing European butter which had a splash of salt. Rub cayenne and cinnamon very gently onto “only” one side of your sea bass, cautiously wet with some water sprinkles. (Make sure that you don’t rub the cayenne and the cinnamon off.)
Now batter sea bass with sweet potato flour and carefully pat to get rid of excess flour. Carefully place the fish into the golden bubbling butter, reduce heat to medium, cook for 3 – 5 minutes on each side and enjoy with some fresh vine ripe tomato and a Thai chili or your favorite side dish. Put the other 1/4 of the butter on top of the side that you’ll flip.
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I would totally smash that bass!
Some say the glass is half empty, others say it's half full.... I say it's double the required volumetric capacity.
I thought you were talking about a bass
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Hey, how'd I miss finding this thread until now?
Are you sure they weren't hanging in the trees that disappeared?
"When you strip it all away, there is only God." - George Harrison
On giving up:
Everyone knows that Christopher Columbus discovered the New World for Spain on his first voyage. But few people realize that on his 4th voyage, Columbus gave up, turned back and sailed for home; within 10 miles of where he could have discovered the Pacific Ocean.
Dude, The Fish DeStroyer ROCKS!
"By the way, do you think that you could give me that $20,000 in cash? My concern is, and I have to, uh, check with my accountant, that this might bump me into a higher, uh, tax..."