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RickBond's Cooking - Stuffed Flounder 
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Due to growing up in big cities and having never caught a fish in my life, I cleaned my first fish today. A friend brought me some Flounder and Redfish and this is how I prepared them. The Flounder has fresh crabmeat (Louisiana Blue Claw) incorporated into a stuffing. I rubbed the cajun seasoning on the Redfish and put it directly over the fire to burn in (blacken) the seasoning. This meal was delicious!

Oh, and if you don't like the video, blame it on Sloop, since he talked me into making it.

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Added: Jun-26-2012 Occurred On: Jun-26-2012
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  • Nice! I did a grilling video, too, but it turned into a firefighter's tribute video.

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  • ide eat at your house anyday, making me hungry, alls i have is cereal :-, and they say americans are rich and fat, pfffftttt

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  • that looks fantastic...:)

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  • Different than our recipes here (like "marinades" "à la plancha" "à la vapeur avec des légumes" etc), but why not ?.
    I love how ppl can make different tastes with the same product in different countries, all the bellies speak the same language.

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  • I don't know how to grill fish unless I'm camping.If I do it at home I always screw it up.Camping or backpacking I do a great job.Then again, maybe by the time It's ready everyone is starving.
    Any whooo... Wife says you are doing it right.Stuffed Flounder is a Cajun dish according to her. Make sure the blackend seasoning is applied liberally, covering the fish according to her. Good job

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    • @Fire37Rescue

      She's correct! I wasn't familiar with that particular seasoning and was too light with it.

      As you probably know, I wasn't born here, but from the West Coast. A friend was here and offered to show me how to clean the fish. My "born on the bayou" GF stepped outside at the time and almost took the knife out of my hand. She freaked that I had cut the tail off. "NO!! We leave that on! And cut it HERE, not there!" My manhood was strained today

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    • @RickBond
      Well, that's the thing about New Orleans cooking...It's different and many times the thought of eating Cajun can be disturbing until you try it,then you are hooked and nothing will satisfy you like Cajun Food. It was a learning process for me as well. Still is. I live by a simple motto:
      “I am not young enough to know everything.” J.M. Barrie

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    • @Fire37Rescue
      Wear your backpack next time when you try it at home and see if that helps.Or you can set the tent up in the yard and put the grill at a safe distance from it. He heee,sorry I had to say it.

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    • @Fire37Rescue

      I love fish. Especially cooked over fire. And I cook it a lot. But the stuffed Flounder tonight was the best fish dish I have ever had. If you have read some of the comments to this video, some said, "why stuff it; it's good as-is". And it is. I've grilled plain flounder a lot. But the combination of flavors of the stuffing and fish was off the scale. (At this point I will admit that my GF was the one who made the stuffing). Anyway, New Orleans food is what ke More..

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    • @gonehuntin Ha!
      I know you're joking but you may be on to something.It's all in the preparation!

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  • Flounder and crab also go nicely in seafood enchiladas with cream sauce. Looks first rate. Have you grilled pears? Try hot grilled pears in vanilla ice cream. Peace!

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    • @fairycake

      Well I haven't tried BBQing salads or drinks, but I'm open to suggestions

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  • So sad, you have never caught a fish?..that means you have never been fishing or you are doing it wrong....best part of fishing?
    You can pretend you are doing something while you get gooned on a beach or boat and no one can argue!!!
    The chow looks awesome!! You need to put a line in the water just so you know how boring *think awesome* it can be.
    Cheers to your dinner!

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    • @mytwocents fish is not boring, use lures, i love freshwater, got some nice lakes in jersey, hopatcong and roundvalley are my favorites, most fun ive had in my life involved me holding my pole (lol) hahahah

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    • @ILLHERBS
      Preaching to the choir!
      Still fishing can be incredibly monotonous and tedious with the hooks and worms/shiners and you sit and sit and bake in the sun and tell boring stories and drink hot beer andHOLY SHIT! I GOT ONE!

      Casting and 'trolling' are more sport fishing...agree?

      BTW, we have over 100,000 lakes in this province!!!
      You want to catch fresh water you should come here, some pristine places that have yet to be molested! *he says to the American in confidence*
      Cheers to a livel More..

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    • @mytwocents

      Nope, never been fishing. Didn't have a great relationship with my dad when I was young. No where to fish where I lived. Yeah, a bit sad I guess...

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    • @RickBond
      You really have to try once to experience the rush of yanking in a poor defenceless little fish, it's actually pretty fun!
      BUT...you hook on to something BIG and you will never forget the fight!

      PS: My Dad never really fished with me, though he did give me the equipment....Something I learned to 'like,' not love on my own...

      Dads, gotta love em, don't have to like them.
      Cheers Man!

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    • @mytwocents

      When I was younger, my dad was the stupidest man I knew. He didn't know shit! I knew it all! Funny, as I got older, somehow he got smarter...

      Unfortunately (for me) I didn't appreciate him until after he died

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  • Looks damn good Rick!

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  • So tasty

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  • Mmmm.......grilled snacks!!

    Out-freakin'-standing.

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  • If you can picture someone with hunger pangs clamping their teeth down in pitbull fashion on the edge of a computer desk, then you just saw me in your minds eye! >:)

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  • Mmmmmm, that flounder looked delicious.

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  • Mmmmmm!

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  • Looks like a meal fit for a king to me, RickBond. Nicely done! I always think it's good to force yourself out of a rut and cook something new from time to time.

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  • I never had flounder before but that looked good! I had that blackend type seasoning before on burgers and chicken. They both were good. The blackened burger had blue cheese on it to which i don't really like, and the burger still tasted good. Thank you!

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  • This looks fucking delicious Rick. Really good job! Only thing is we need to see it on the plate before you dig in lol

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  • Shit, that looks goood!

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  • Damn, that does look good.

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  • Rick, buddy, you had me damn near sniffin the monitor till you put the cajun spice on, I love the taste of that stuff, but I've learned ***winces*** to avoid anything with cajun red pepper in it like the plague -- makes my ass bleed like a teenaged girl's tweeker when it's that time of the moon -- sweet jesus, sorry bro, that was far too much information, wasn't it?

    :/

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