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stig

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I fried some Gnocchi and green asparagus with a bit of garlic in olive oil, added some lemon juice, salt and pepper just before serving and sprinkled grated Parmesan cheese over it.
Not half bad.
 

lxskllr

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Nice presentation for a "standard" meal Austin.

Pizza's always good. Haven't gotten one out in awhile. Might do that tomorrow.
 

stig

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I'll be doing that today.
Started the dough yesterday,cold raising it for 24 hours.
Paper thin Italian pizzas tonight.
 

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Wild caught I hope!
I wish I could say yes, Austin...but no.

Frankly, we find farm raised Atlantic salmon superior in flavor to anything wild caught, in our markets. Not sure that makes me completely happy to admit, but there is the bald-faced truth.
 

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I'm sure yours is beyond wonderful, my friend.

We labor under the nearly lost anadromous runs here in the lower 48. Doing the best we can to survive :).
 

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Aquaculture has plenty of possible negatives for the environment, but I hope at least that it's better than humans eating every single thing out of the seas until they are empty.

Also, it's hard to justify spending twice or three times as much on a sometimes less satisfactory product.

We enjoy farmed salmon, shrimp, scallops, mussels, swai, catfish, talapia. Still getting wild caught yellowfin reasonably priced, and halibut not so :). Wild caught pacific cod, too.

Eat a fair bit of seafood. I'd hate to give it up.
 
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