Anyone know if they're any good?
I'm spoiled when we're at the coast, but out here in the boonies fresh fish isn't as easy to come by and when I do, oy, the prices!
So I keep seeing these things at Trader Joe's and wonder if they'd be worth slapping on the grill.
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Posted by: slushpaddler on Aug-06-14 11:44 AM (EST)
last night I watched a program on the '98 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, on youtube, and thought you might enjoy it. Freakish conditions.
We went over to Newport|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 12:01 PM (EST)
a couple of weeks ago to check out a couple of the new Volvo 65's that were getting ready for a trans Atlantic training run and watched the mock "race" start the next day. It's kind of scary for me as a novice day sailor to contemplate the risks involved.
your daughter is a brave soul|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Aug-06-14 1:34 PM (EST)
Has she seen this race or the '79 Fastnet race? After seeing those, I want to stick to the bathtub!
She loves the wet & wild.|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 2:07 PM (EST)
But only on boats.
Posted by: Ayornamut on Aug-06-14 2:54 PM (EST)
Posted by: radiomix on Aug-06-14 2:11 PM (EST)
Coyote Lost at Sea
Mike Plant lived in Jamestown|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 3:24 PM (EST)
where we spend a lot of our summer. It was a big deal there, as you might imagine.
Posted by: radiomix on Aug-06-14 3:52 PM (EST)
Was like a slow moving fantastic tragedy. There are parts that seem unbelievable, but so much that they must be real. I have an uncle that's about as tragic, so the story hits home.
thanks. And another:|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Aug-06-14 3:57 PM (EST)
I've seen that book but never read it. It's on the list now.
If they are really Sockeye, and not|
Posted by: FishinYak on Aug-06-14 11:47 AM (EST)
Pink, then yes, they should be fine.
Color looks good, but no "wild"|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 12:04 PM (EST)
on the label.
Forget About It|
Posted by: JoeLilydipper on Aug-06-14 12:49 PM (EST)
Would it make me a traitor, Joe?|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 1:31 PM (EST)
"Product of Russia"
Salmons Without Borders!|
Posted by: rWVen on Aug-06-14 1:35 PM (EST)
Is it MSC Certified|
Posted by: FishinYak on Aug-06-14 1:38 PM (EST)
If so, then it is Wild Caught.
Oops! Must've missed it.|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 1:56 PM (EST)
Clearly says "wild" right at the top of the label.
i dont think anyone farms sockeye|
Posted by: radiomix on Aug-06-14 1:59 PM (EST)
It's all Atlantic salmon.
Environmental, Not Political|
Posted by: JoeLilydipper on Aug-06-14 2:42 PM (EST)
That Tina Fey has such good eyes, doesn't she? But thanks for keeping stereotypes in the public discussion!
Tender, for such aged fish, aren't we?|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 3:26 PM (EST)
So long as your OK with the whole|
Posted by: pirateoverforty on Aug-06-14 5:06 PM (EST)
Donetsk was my first USSR trip.|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-06-14 5:32 PM (EST)
Spent a week there. Couldn't wait to leave.
do the two operate independently|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Aug-06-14 1:33 PM (EST)
Sounds a bit dicey|
Posted by: bignate on Aug-06-14 2:50 PM (EST)
Might want to lodge a "grill plan" with us so we know when to call S&R if we haven't heard back from you by then.
Check 'em for|
Posted by: Ayornamut on Aug-06-14 2:53 PM (EST)
Verdict: Just OK.|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-08-14 8:31 AM (EST)
Not bad, but no mistaking it for fresh.
Posted by: slushpaddler on Aug-08-14 8:51 AM (EST)
I've bought fish at TJs but mainly for fish enchiladas.
Looked, smelled, a felt good|
Posted by: tktoo on Aug-08-14 9:02 AM (EST)
out of the cryovac package.