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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: what does cabezón mean?  (Read 789 times)

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VK

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That whole fish would fit in our industrial size rice steamer .. Eat the whole damn thing ... Black beans ,ginger , garlic  oh yeah ..not saying I'd keep it ..but I wouldn't fillet it ..

Including the eggs right???????? =)

ha haha..yep... :smt002
« Last Edit: July 11, 2016, 08:20:47 PM by VK »


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In case it isn't super obvious for any body reading this, don't eat the cabezon roe.  It's not goot for you.  I know there's some reports in the archives about it, but therye toxic and you might feel like you are going to die if you eat them.

Stay safe,


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Big head?  Devil fish?  Take a close look and tell me whose face you see...


Clearly it's Mick Jagger.


Tsuri

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Cook it down whole, add some salt pork, makes hella good chowder!

Fights strong.
« Last Edit: July 12, 2016, 10:13:33 PM by Tsuri »
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!