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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Cooking Fish

Cooking Fish

Fish is a healthy entrée for any meal. Here are some tips for preparing great tasting fish. The most important tip is not to overcook fish. Fish unlike other meats, cooks quickly. For example, when baking salmon, place in a 350 degree oven and plan on 10 minutes for every inch of thickness. To determine doneness, cook it to the point where it is just starting to flake. Watch the fish carefully, so that it does not become overdone.
Many fish can be cooked on the grill. Salmon, halibut and other firm fish can be cooked on the grill over medium heat. If you are cooking fish that will easily fall apart, use a fish basket or veggie tray. For a quick meal, place fish, summer vegetables with a little olive oil and herbs in tinfoil. Place on the grill. Enjoy.
Food preservation class on October 19th.
Canning Meat: Learn how to safely use a pressure canner to can meat. We will can a variety of meat and fish.

Cost of the class is $7.00. The class will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Brown County UW-Extension Office. To pre-register contact Joan at the Brown County UW-Extension Office, 920-391-4610. 

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