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  1. #1
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    catfish bourbon

    dug into my mississippi roots...picked up some fresh-as-possible "farm-raised" catfish here in pennsylvania and cooked up a nice concoction.

    two nice fillets
    dip in buttermilk for a few minutes

    get that corn oil in the griddle going!

    pour a good helping of toasted bread crumbs, wheat germ (unless you are allergic) and (yep) grape nuts cereal (it's that toasted barley cereal)...you get a nice crunchy batter of sorts

    cook for 5-8 minutes

    while its sizzlin' throw yer favorite bourbon on it!

    go ahead, do it!

    serve with some veggies.

    i used some Trader Joe's corn. not bad for a quick meal!

    oh, and some good whole wheat bread.

    or ... some beer bread. got a recipe if anyone needs that.


    enjoy!
    Last edited by polyamnesia; 11-21-2007 at 14:15.
    HUP!

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    Re: catfish bourbon

    The last time I had catfish was 1972 at Catfish King in Birmingham, Alabama.
    I don't care for it but I do like Sonic Youth!
    ovh

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    Re: catfish bourbon

    Well, I for one love a good catfish done just about anyway, with cornbread or beer hushpuppies and something good to sip. I will have to try this. May try on rabbit, pheasant, or venison loin as well. All are great when fried.

    Tim

 

 

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