Lenten Seafood on Friday

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2006/03/24 15:04:32 (permalink)

Lenten Seafood on Friday

Ok, so what are all my fellow good Catholics eating on Fridays during Lent? For me, its been a good reason to steam some king crab and broil scallops. Tonight, I think I'll live up to my screen name and get some fried clams.

There's a pretty good roadfood joint in Seymour, CT called Fisherman's Galley. It's mostly take-out, maybe three small tables. Fairly good clams, excellent lobster bisque and fried scallops.
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    xannie_01
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/24 16:45:27 (permalink)
    fish with home made mac&cheese and stewed tomatoes..
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/24 16:59:53 (permalink)
    Frutti De Mare with a Ceasar salad and garlic bread. Chow Jim
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/24 17:10:01 (permalink)
    quote:
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    Pierogies smaothered in butter and onions with sour cream...Yum

    I take it the fish sandwich is off the menu at Arby's right now.
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/24 17:57:14 (permalink)
    I usually keep rolls of various butter in the freezer and using one of my favorites tonight - baked flounder with orange-chive butter. We eat a lot of fish and seafood throughout the year so lent isn't any hardship.
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/25 08:13:12 (permalink)
    I like lent because it forces me to eat more fish, I also get tired of the same old same old so I do tend to try exotic? type fish that I wouldn't have tryed during the rest of the year. Chow Jim
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/25 09:04:47 (permalink)
    Ummmmm I had raw oysters and fried oysters at Jim's Seafood in Frankfort, KY. They were very good and I hope they were acceptable for Lent. Moi is a Christian thing but don't always comply with the dietary things.

    Andrea
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    RE: Lenten Seafood on Friday 2006/03/25 09:19:30 (permalink)
    I hope shrimp scampi works for Lent. A friend of mine sent me some pink shrimp which were 25 to the pound. I got several pounds that were hard frozen.

    Lleechef sent me her method which was basically butter and garlic. I did add some Old Bay seafood seasoning to it.

    I did the shrimp about two minutes on each side and used the residual butter/garlic/old bay seasoning over some beatuiful butter biscuits.

    Paul E. Smith
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