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lefthanded guitar BS: Fish recipes (87* d) RE: BS: Fish recipes 27 Sep 11

Belated reply to Max Johnson.

I don't know if Letterman is available in the UK, he's a talk show host in the vein of (the late lamented much beloved) Johnny Carson - he has a scathing wit, great guests, and his humor is also often absurd, unexpected and hilarious. He also has jmho the best musical guests of any network talk show. Ranging from the likes of Cee Lo Green to Steve Earle to Emmy Lou Harris. Wide variety, but all top of the line talent.

And along with what you said, he and the chef made a point of saying the Dover sole is expensive and not always available.The chef seemed to feel that Dover was the only right fish for this-but I've looked here for weeks and can't find it. I think I'll try the lemon sole since I never see the Dover here. I think the almonds will be a nice touch. Didn't know it was a classic recipe. Lucky you to have your own private fishmonger

When you say the flavor develops a flavor over time- do you mean it gets 'deeper' or fisher? I don't like fishy fish. I'm with you tho, as far as saving it in the fridge...brrr....perish the thought...I make the fish the minute I get it home.

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