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    op_tic_nerve

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    Reviewed Fried Shark

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    Sunday, Nov 8, 2009 on Food.com
     |  1 Reviews  |  By mightyro_cooking4u
    LinMarie says:

    "Just went with this recipe because it was quick and didn't require any marinating. Used bacon grease. OMG it turned out amazing! Perfectly seasoned, nicely browned (I did about 4 mins per side, med-med high heat for a 3/4 inch thick piece o' shark) and just moist and wonderful inside. Awesomeness!"

    Reviewed Cajun Blackened Salmon With Pureed Peas and Door Stop Fries

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    Friday, Mar 7, 2008 on Food.com
     |  3 Reviews  |  By The Flying Chef
    LinMarie says:

    "OK I'm giving 5 stars to my modified version, though I'm sure yours is great too :)I didn't have any Cajun seasoning on hand so I used Old Bay which I'm sure changed the flavor completely. But with salmon pretty much any zesty herb combo works.This was my first time eating pureed peas (weird, huh?) so I did not put the salmon on top of them. G..."

    Reviewed Sole Piccata

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    Sunday, Jan 27, 2008 on Food.com
     |  8 Reviews  |  By KathyRose in RI
    LinMarie says:

    "Wonderful flavor. This has turned out to be my absolute favorite recipe for any soft fish--sole, tilapia, red snapper, you name it. Champagne can be used instead of white wine for an extra touch of elegance. My only complaint is that there's not enough sauce! I normally double it and use most of that--but I'm also an overuser of sauces and condime..."

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