Good Morning World

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. loosewire

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    The week end Is here again already,time is moving so fast.The
    money world moving so slow.We have the same problem that
    RIAFF has to borrow or not to borrow.Maybe he can get some
    impression what to do.If we raise our ceiling,maybe he can
    raise his roof.Sounds so simple,I can see metals dropping,you
    can't eat metal unless you eat fish.I live in South Florida near
    the Florida Key's,Key West.Red lobster is the only fish place I
    can find. No more fish and chips,how about the U.K. and other
    places,any fish and chips in your area. What about the cold
    North Atlantic.I miss the frozen perch packages,you can't
    find perch,anyone know about perch.If you are about 25 years
    old you have missed so much. Good Morning
     
  2. nerdegutta

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    The weekends are always welcome... :)

    I had a neighbor, a former whaler. He used to fish perch and smoke them in a device like this:

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    We could sit for hours, eating just fish and listen to his stories...
     
  3. DumboFixer

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    Plenty of Fish and Chips round here Loosewire :) unless my doctor or partner are around then there's no fish and chips :(

    Maybe you should come a visitin' ?
     
  4. loosewire

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    The perch ,is that a name of a fish or a general small fish.The perch I am asking about came in frozen packs,all white flesh with a skin on one side.They would be breaded and deep fried.I have not seen any thing to compare with that fish in
    many years. Why would this product disappear,they were used for fish fries for
    years. I miss the taste more than anything else.They would be sold in a frozen block.
     
  5. nerdegutta

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    Do you mean this?

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  6. loosewire

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    Please go to roadfood.com-The best lake perch fish fry ever....

    They have pictures of old bus used as portable kitchen..it has several
    pictures..the bus ..the fried fillets breaded...see if you can transfer the
    pictures to the forum,looks just like what we use to get with pictures.
    Thanks If you can.
     
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  8. loosewire

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    You have to search[The annual Hanna united Methodist all you can eat fish fry,Laporte county ,Indiana] to find the bus and perch pictures.
     
  9. nerdegutta

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  10. loosewire

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    That the one,the Internet came thru again,
    you still have to know how to search.
    I just need help getting the pictures up.
    Every thing come with time.If you read
    all the comments you will know how special
    It was to find this perch,It getting harder to
    have this meal.Thanks I'm hungry.
     
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  11. magnet18

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    We have fish frys all the time around here as fund raisers.
    Personally I like the fried chicken fundraisers better :D
     
  12. nerdegutta

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    Deep fried food has a tendency to get stuck around the waist... No matter if its chicken or fish. Or octopus.:mad:
     
  13. Wendy

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    Masons pretty much follow the same pattern. We also have chili.
     
  14. loosewire

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    Did you read It all,Its a special fish fry and It was nice to find that fish on
    the internet other wise you would not have seen the perch fillets and all
    the comments.
     
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