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      01-24-2019, 12:35 PM   #155
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Blackened Fish done in-home? You guys are brave!

Although I LOVE to cook. I have a "thing" about my House NOT smelling like food.
Especially all day long or even the next day or two. Fish is a major culprit. But especially when pan fried or using high heat. I have a hefty Exhaust system and air purifier in my kitchen too.
Hence my warnings. It's best to take your hot skillet outside on a wooden cutting board and do it out there. Like 2 minutes the shrimp/fillets are done...if even 2 minutes. It's so good over rice. Deglaze skillet for a sauce.

I can smell fish in the house if it's in the freezer. No bueno.
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      01-24-2019, 12:41 PM   #156
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Kind of right. Cajun blackened proteins are more about the method than the spices. Cast iron skillet in oven on full blast for 20ish minutes. Dip your protein in melted butter, true cajun style, and then coat in spice blend. Usually heavy on red, white, black pepper, garlic and salt.

Take skillet out and lay in meat or fish.
HIGH SMOKE WARNING
Thicker cuts can finish off in oven once sides are blackened. I like shrimp and mahi. Done in a couple of minutes.
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      01-24-2019, 12:52 PM   #157
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Blackened Fish done in-home? You guys are brave!

Although I LOVE to cook. I have a "thing" about my House NOT smelling like food.
Especially all day long or even the next day or two. Fish is a major culprit. But especially when pan fried or using high heat. I have a hefty Exhaust system and air purifier in my kitchen too.
A coworker warmed up some fish in the microwave and the whole office smelled for a couple of days. Some guys actually felt nauseous working and complained to management. This guy actually was offended and told the guys to f off.
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      01-24-2019, 01:05 PM   #158
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A coworker warmed up some fish in the microwave and the whole office smelled for a couple of days. Some guys actually felt nauseous working and complained to management. This guy actually was offended and told the guys to f off.
I can see that. And I remember a few times back when I was in Corporate America, folks heating up food in the break area that would permeate the entire floor! Needless to say, notices were posted up to not reheat things like Seafood or highly seasoned.
May seem harsh but I agreed with the decision. I can't stand MFs who do not respect others around them. Even if I love me some Curried Fish. I know good and damn well that it is powerful and not everyone may enjoy it. So I wouldn't bring it to work.
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      01-24-2019, 01:32 PM   #159
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Re: grass fed beef - I recommend looking into what Pat LaFrieda says about it. I have his book and recall him talking about it in a video. I will add tonight if I can find it again.

All quality beef is fed grass for at least 85% of its life. Those grains at the end help develop intramuscular fat (marbling) that provide flavor faster. He also has some interesting points on the hyped health and carbon footprint benefits of grass fed beef.
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      01-24-2019, 02:49 PM   #160
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Re: grass fed beef - I recommend looking into what Pat LaFrieda says about it. I have his book and recall him talking about it in a video. I will add tonight if I can find it again.

All quality beef is fed grass for at least 85% of its life. Those grains at the end help develop intramuscular fat (marbling) that provide flavor faster. He also has some interesting points on the hyped health and carbon footprint benefits of grass fed beef.
I hear about buying grass fed beef if better but does it cost more? I don't see this being sold in your normal big bog office stores so i'm assuming you'll have to go to a real meat market for this?
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I hear about buying grass fed beef if better but does it cost more? I don't see this being sold in your normal big bog office stores so i'm assuming you'll have to go to a real meat market for this?
Any place trendy foods are sold should have it. I'd expect Whole Foods to carry it, for example. Maybe butcher shops if you have any in your area. You can also get it from the places that sell via mail order (Lobel's, Pat LaFrieda, Allen Brothers, Flannery, etc. Not sure about Costco, but maybe.

I'd expect grass fed to be slightly more expensive than equivalent quality grain finished beef (e.g. comparing prime strip steaks).
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Can you get bacon fed cows?
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Someone should try even if it requires forced feeding.
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Blackened Fish done in-home? You guys are brave!

Although I LOVE to cook. I have a "thing" about my House NOT smelling like food.
Especially all day long or even the next day or two. Fish is a major culprit. But especially when pan fried or using high heat. I have a hefty Exhaust system and air purifier in my kitchen too.
A coworker warmed up some fish in the microwave and the whole office smelled for a couple of days. Some guys actually felt nauseous working and complained to management. This guy actually was offended and told the guys to f off.
You think that's unappealing, try picturing the issue that arises when someone reheats fish at the all-nude gentlemen's club I DJ at.
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I hear about buying grass fed beef if better but does it cost more? I don't see this being sold in your normal big bog office stores so i'm assuming you'll have to go to a real meat market for this?
Most Grocery stores carry it. Kroger does for sure. It will be $2-$4 per pound more.
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Lot of squawkin' in here...

Anyways. Homemade pesto with peas and pasta.

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I wanna smth like this:


not healthy food but so delicious
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Lot of squawkin' in here...

Anyways. Homemade pesto with peas and pasta.

with hot sauce!!? only in texas
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with hot sauce!!? only in texas
Iím guilty of putting it on everything!
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Blackened Fish done in-home? You guys are brave!

Although I LOVE to cook. I have a "thing" about my House NOT smelling like food.
Especially all day long or even the next day or two. Fish is a major culprit. But especially when pan fried or using high heat. I have a hefty Exhaust system and air purifier in my kitchen too.
A coworker warmed up some fish in the microwave and the whole office smelled for a couple of days. Some guys actually felt nauseous working and complained to management. This guy actually was offended and told the guys to f off.
I aggressively enforce this in the workplace.
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But, but, but...tuna salad sammiches?
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But, but, but...tuna salad sammiches?
You dont heat that up you monster
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with hot sauce!!? only in texas
I was thinking the same thing. I would use crushed red pepper but hot sauce on pesto? And I like hot sauce.
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You dont heat that up you monster
Tru dat. Unless you're fixin' a tuna melt.
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19th anniversary dinner at Chops Lobster Bar in Boca tonight. Need to pick a bottle of wine to take along. Decisions, decisions.
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You dont heat that up you monster
you don't even eat that ...yuck!
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