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    Cod

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    Any good recipe suggestions for a couple lbs of some cod?

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    rub coconut oil all over it, toss it in oven until delicious & flakey, squeeze lemon or lime juice over it, maybe a twist of fresh ground pepper. Serve with abundant veggies.
    Sometimes simple is best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    rub coconut oil all over it, toss it in oven until delicious & flakey, squeeze lemon or lime juice over it, maybe a twist of fresh ground pepper. Serve with abundant veggies.
    Sometimes simple is best
    Thanks for the idea! Now I know what to do with some cod I bought long ago!
    Georgette

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    Drowning it in butter always works XD
    I'm a paleo foodie, come check out my recipes: http://strangekitty.ca/

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    Dust it with Prudhomme's Blackened Fish Magic and fry in lots and lots of butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len View Post
    Dust it with Prudhomme's Blackened Fish Magic and fry in lots and lots of butter.
    What about butter and Old Bay seasoning?
    Georgette

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    Make that buttery sauce for catfish that Mark posted recently.

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    Primal fish sticks?
    I kid, I kid. Just not a fan of cod. It reminds me of the fishsticks I had growing up.
    My go to for white fish is to slather it with a sauce (ginger, garlic, lime juice, lime zest, dill, black pepper, salt, coconut oil, and butter) and bake/ broil it until JUST underdone. It'll finish cooking on the plate. Serve with veggies cooked in the same sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Just not a fan of cod. It reminds me of the fishsticks I had growing up..
    I wish you could have known my grandpa while growing up. Eating seafood at his & grandma's house was akin to eating filet mignon. They cooked some seriously delicious fishy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    What about butter and Old Bay seasoning?
    Another fine choice. I've been addicted to a few of the Prudhomme seasonings lately, but I used to live in Maryland and love me some Old Bay!

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