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Old 09-02-2013, 08:38 PM   #1
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Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos

First up some Larry the Cable Guy spicy mix cornbread and also put some jalapenos on the grill too.


Sliced up a few filets of fish and seasoned them in some Smoky Okie's Seafood Splash.


Second batch of fish and warming up some tortillas


If anybody is in the market for something to keep your tortillas warm I highly recommend one of these. They say it will keep them warm for an hour but not sure about that, they do stay warm for at least a half hour and the whole thing can be put in the microwave tortillas and all if you like your tortillas warmed that way. I got mine from Amazon.


Fish and jalapenos done


Fish tacos plated up and served with some refried beans.
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WOW! I love me some fish tacos! Excellent job!
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Yeah, that plated picture is killer V!
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