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grouper

TarHeelBBQTarHeelBBQ Posts: 317
edited June 2012 in EggHead Forum
Greetings,

I live in a very small town. we do not have a local fish market. I am going to be at the beach this weekend. any suggestions on grouper?

thx,

TarHeelBBQ

Comments

  • DogboaDogboa Posts: 7
    Are you planning on a cook yourself? My favorite way of making grouper is "Blackened". That requires a white hot, CI skillet. I use my jet cooker for this. Unless I've shot it myself, I usually don't eat fish, because I'm reluctant to purchase it. Black grouper runs neck and neck with hogfish as a favorite.  
  • MickeyMickey Posts: 18,644

    400 direct and raised. I like Bad Byron's Jubilee® Seafood Seasoning

     

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    I was in Fl last week and fresh but from Costco or Sams is very good as well.

    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • LitLit Posts: 6,847
    I used to stop and get a blackened grouper sandwich every year when we were in the keys. Chef Paul makes a decent blackened fish rib and like stated above some oil or butter in a nice hot pan and your good to go. I blacken my fish in a pan high temp for a minute or 2 a side and then switch to another egg to finish off raised direct at 350.
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