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    Just watched Thanksgiving...

    Anyone get inspired enough to try putting their turkey in a muckfish after seeing that episode? Is that an actual cooking tip or was that made up purely for the purpose of amusement for that episode?



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    I can't see how that would actually taste good. Don't try it mate, you might seriously damage your holiday!

    PS: It's a Monkfish
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    John Madden, off the NFL commentary, has a Turducken for thanksgiving. Thats a turkey, stuffed with a duck, stuffed with a chicken. And one guy on TV in the UK made a ten bird roast, with a turkey as the outside stuffed with all kinds of other things. So the idea isn't new, but i don't think the combination of fish and turkey would work, best leave that recipe well alone.
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    I'm not much of a fish person. I'll go out and go fishing on a boat, I'll catch one, just not eat it.
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    Well, you do live near the ocean, Justin. When you go fishing, is it as boring as Malcolm and Hal in Houseboat?

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    Yeah, I live about 30 mins. from the ocean. It's my uncle's boat (only about 20 feet long, aprox 6 meters, right?) Well, there i a lot of patience required to fish. Normally I drive the boat, so it's un to get out in the bay by the dock or to the ocean. He let's me drive it at 40 knots. That is a lot, like 50mph. The bow of the boat is so far in the air for a while I can't see so I have to bend to the left, just to see whats in front of me. Sometimes we go out to see the Atlantic City (AC) Airshow, on Auguast 28, 30, and 31. That's really awesome. The fishing itself is a little boring. But on average we catch 10-25 fish, normally 2-5 keepers. But the lengh is so hard, Flounder have to be 18 inches to keep, thats hard to find!!!! And were only allowed to keep 2 per person on Strippers. We catch foot long sharks, a Flounders, strippers, sometime we catch bass, pufferfish,lots of seaweed, a crab on a fishing line sometime, spidercrabs (those are like rocks with long legs, it's creepy, talk agout ugly!) We caught skates and what i think are called Robinfish. So it is not as boring as Houseboat. Fishing is really fun.
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    Wow, interesting. It must be cool living right next to the ocean. I have a river and the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan near me, but it's not quite the same thing.

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    It's neat, it's just annoying when the salt water vapor hits my glasses and they get all salty.
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    Interesing, I didn't picture you with glasses. Odd, because you've conveyed yourself as smart and the stereotypical smart person has glasses. I pictured you with no glasses, red hair, and a lot of freckles. Come to think of it, a lot like Chad.

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    Brown hair, brown eyes, glasses, Itailan.

    we're getting a little off topic.
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