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Old 24-09-2009, 19:04   #16
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In the early 70s we would go south of Sitka, Alaska on a good minus tide and wade in the tide pools and pick up as many as we wanted. They were the size of small dinner plates...
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Did you also have to walk uphill, both ways, in the snow, barefoot?
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Actually, they were that abundant off San Diego then as well.
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eww aren't otters sort of water based mink? That would be some pretty gamey eating!
They make much better mittens than filets.

I vote pound and hot pan fry for a short time in garlic and a hot oil like coconut or high heat safflower. Dip in melted clarified butter.
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Actually, they were that abundant off San Diego then as well.
Santa Barbara too. I commercially fished them in 1970-71 in the Channel Islands.
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hot cast iron skillet.
crushed minced garlic
butter
fillets pounded, dipped in milk and then panko bread crumbs.

a squeeze of meyer lemon...

and the other one was
half pounded
marinated in soy, white wine, salt, chile pepper, ginger, garlic

then sauted in garlic and butter.

both were yummy

roasted tomato corn soup soup to go with was wonderful. thanks for all the advice!!
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