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#12266016 - 05/27/17 07:10 PM Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe
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Pictures before going under the broiler and after coming out. The only thing I would change is that I would cut the dried oregano in half.

http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/whole-striped-bass-with-lemon-and-mint



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#12266116 - 05/27/17 08:57 PM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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This belongs a few sections above here
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#12266185 - 05/27/17 09:51 PM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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That looks MIGHTY GOOOOOOOOOOD! food
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#12266198 - 05/27/17 10:04 PM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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Good quality lemon pepper,granulated garlic and unsalted whole butter and your there
I would pass on the oregano on fish either way,thyme would be much better
Werkz damn fine on big catfish steaks anyway(if yah aint frying)

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#12266405 - 05/28/17 08:21 AM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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Thanks for the replies. Appreciate your info. about thyme Sarg.

Fitz, I doubt many of the guys on the bass forum care about a recipe for cooking fish. That's why I posted the recipe here. I'm selective on what I keep, but am fishing a slot lake and that permits me to keep a few small bass for the grill or oven. I target sunnies more often than bass throughout the dog days of summer.

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#12266470 - 05/28/17 09:06 AM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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Wow. Looks GREAT. Love broiled bass.


Side note. Baked is GREAT also.

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#12266514 - 05/28/17 09:30 AM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: Fitz´┐Ż]
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Originally Posted By: Fitz«
This belongs a few sections above here
Actually it belongs several sections below here bolt

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#12267486 - 05/29/17 04:42 AM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
Laker One Offline
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food food food Great post! Never had bass before but boy those look GOOD! woot

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#12267536 - 05/29/17 06:55 AM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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Ummmmm, looks oh so good!
Bass is in the sunfish family and if you like eating bluegill you'll love bass even better....Don't have a lot of bones to pick through either.
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#12268085 - 05/29/17 03:13 PM Re: Fantastic Broiled Bass Recipe [Re: SlowDown]
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I understand what you mean SD, have done the same with pond bass.


Edited by Fitz« (05/30/17 03:30 PM)
Edit Reason: re-read and it came across unintentionally sarcastic
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