What a great, healthy dinner. I’ll take mine with the breadcrumbs, please.
I love flounder but, it’s hard to get here in Dallas. I grew up eating it in NY.
My mother would pan fry them coated in matzoh meal. I loved them cold the next day. Yummo!
What a wonderful dinner. I really like the coleslaw which I tried last night, since I was lucky to have the ingredients on hand. I also like the idea of baking the fish with breadcrumbs, to make them more healthy than fried, my usual preference. I do not know how I missed this thread, when it first came out?[:I]
Great meal and pictures.
Man oh man. Those pictures are great. And to think that my dinner tonight is frozen chicken patties and frozen fries (dinner jump-up).
Thanks for the receipe for the coleslaw. I don’t eat green peppers so I will leave them out, but it sounds like a great coleslaw. The pan fried potatoes looked great too.
You are on your way to becoming just like JohnA[:D]
That dinner looks wonderful. I love fish, wish I lived in Alaska somedays and was a fisherman so I could eat the freshest fishes.
RubyRose, I have a Kodak EasyShare, too. We really like it. Your photos always look great. The fish dinner looks wonderful.
Sundancer, you just have to start carrying your camera with you and start taking pictures. I got one of those cheapie Kodak easy share digital cameras two years ago and the more pictures I take, the better they seem to turn out, even though nowhere near a professional level. I think that’s why some people post food pictures, both in restaurant reviews and cooking, to inspire others to take photos, go to Roadfood establishments, and enjoy cooking on many different levels.
Very nice presentation. I got to get better with the pics. I was suppose to meet with Al to get educated with my new Canon but personal circumstances prevented. I wish I had it here in Houston so our premier photo expert (Mayor) could educate this old guy. I got the Canon with the image stabilizer due to the advice of Al.
Paul E. Smith
Those remind me of living in New Jersey when I caught flounder on a party boat out of Atlantic Highlands one spring day, got em fileted and cooked them when I got home. You can not beat fish that has been caught the day you eat it. I had enough filets that there were some left over for another meal, but they lacked the "punch" of the ones eaten the day they were caught.
Sure, ChopChop. The only difference in the one in the picture is that I used red instead of green pepper (green is better) because that s what I had on hand and the quantities are half of the recipe. It s good with venison too.
5 cups shredded cabbage
1/2 cup almonds, toasted
1 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup celery, diced
1/4 cup chopped green onions, white and green parts
1/2 cups chopped green bell pepper
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon sweet pickle relish
1 tablespoon honey mustard
1 tablespoon honey
Salt and pepper
Combine cabbage, almonds, cranberries, celery, green onions, and green pepper in a large bowl .
Combine all dressing ingredients, adding salt and pepper to taste, and refrigerate until ready to serve. Pour dressing over slaw just before serving. Stir well.
Your coleslaw looks different and tasty – will you share your recipe?
Sounds good to me, Adjudicator, I like catfish. But the two people I live with won’t eat freshwater fish — said it tastes TOO fishy. [?][?][?]
They’ll eat salmon, though. But no trout, etc. Bummer.
Yay for Allentown, too! Never thought of it as a seafood place, but you’re starting a trend!
Dolores (ex Bucks County resident…)
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