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Back from Port A with some goodies!

ATXATX Posts: 98
edited 2:12AM in EggHead Forum
Greetings fellow Eggers. Brought back a ton of shark & Vermillion Rockfish (aka B-Line) fillets. Thinking about throwing them on Mr. Egg tonight. Any good recipes floating out there? (pun intended) Haha!

Thanks in Advance!

Sunburnt and ready to cook in Austin
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  • PopsiclePopsicle Posts: 517
    I’m jealous, just got back from Baffin and fought the wind for 3 days. Glad you could get out and do some good.
    As far as grilling the shark, I like 1 inch thick steaks with a liberal coating of John Henry’s lemon pepper. 350/400 on a raised grid till done. I tend to turn them several times just to keep a close eye on how they are doing. You can paint a little butter on them as you serve or just squeeze a little lime. Pecan wood helps shark also.
    Popsicle
    Willis Tx.
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  • achtungpvachtungpv Posts: 39
    Years ago, a friend made some shark fajitas...just marinate in whatever favorite fajita marinade you like and grill. They were fantastic.
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  • How were the jellyfish? Last time we were there (end of March a few years ago), those things were ALL OVER the beach :sick:
    Got married down there 30 years ago!
    Hear they are redoing the White Marlin/Tarpon Inn! What did you see?
    Oysters in????
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  • ATXATX Posts: 98
    Hmm Shark fajitas does sound intriguing. Thanks!
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  • ATXATX Posts: 98
    You know amazingly enough we didn't see a single jellyfish this time. Not even that much sea weed. Beach was very clean. I know they were working a front loader out there though. Last year we went in Mid April and there were literally hundreds of those dead bloated suckers out there.
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  • ATXATX Posts: 98
    Cool, I might give that a whirl. Sorry about your wind. We had relatively calm seas.
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