Present a man...or woman in this case...with a fish and he will eat a good meal, teach him to fish and he will feed himself and those around him for a lifetime.
I have been given the invitation a couple of times to accompany an incredible, seasoned fisherman on his adventures. Fishing requires much more skill and patience than I first imagined!
The only experiences that loom in my mind from childhood are not great. The fish my brothers brought home was bone intensive and very fishy tasting.
Along with my new found love of fishing, I have been surfing the web as well as thumbing through cherished volumes of recipes in search of fun ways to prepare fish and have found several great recipies and am looking forward to more experimenting.
To this point in time, halibut and tilapia were about the only cuts I ventured to try. Move over halibut, you have most definitely taken a back seat!
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
1/4 cup butter softened
3 Tbsp mayonnaise
2 Tbsp lemon juice
3 Tbsp chopped green onions (I used dill)
1/4 tsp salt
1 dash hot pepper sauce
2 pounds skinless fillets
preheat broiler, grease baking dish
Mix ingredients together, broil fillets until it flakes (about 8 min) apply mixture on top of fillets and broil for another 2 minutes or until it is bubbly and lightly browned! Enjoy.
My Dad is having fun showing this picture off and some have questioned its authenticity. I added a few more just to help the doubting Thomas' believe. This is actually me. These are real fish. I caught them in Bear Lake in the previous two months.