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Old 07-10-2009, 10:24 AM   #1
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Black Tip Shark - Chef Justins recipe

The big text is for folks like me that can't see too good anymore...I took two small pieces of "Black Tip shark Meat" and marinated them in a concoction of 50% "Lemon Olive Oil Dressing" & 50% "MOSTA d'uva bianco-Pesca- White Grape Must and Peach" with a few springs of " Sage". Then lightly fried them in a stainless steel skillet. Tasted awesome but was a bit tough. I made it with shrimp a few days ago and it Rocked!!! Credit for the recipe goes to "Chef Justin" of HEB Plus on Saratoga & Staples in Corpus Christi Texas USA



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Old 07-10-2009, 10:42 AM   #2
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Ive only had shark once, but it was great. Nice job Sapo.
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Shark is a bit chewy. My all time favorite fish is fresh water bass.

The ones with a big mouth, like my .... Uhh, I'm gonna shut up now
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Looks like chicken.
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Old 07-10-2009, 03:33 PM   #5
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Shark is a bit chewy. My all time favorite fish is fresh water bass.

The ones with a big mouth, like my .... Uhh, I'm gonna shut up now
Really JB? Now its been along time for bass for me but bass? I woulda guessed some saltwater breed being closer to the coast.
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