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Old 09-12-2017, 09:09 PM   #1
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Default Cedar plank grilled crappie with almonds

Soaked 2 store bought cedar planks in water for 1 hr. Set up the egg direct heat at 350. Heated planks 2 minutes on each side. Sprinkled boneless skinless crappie with salt, pepper, almond slivers, and a little garlic sciracha seasoning on both sides. Laid fillets on planks and let cook 8 minutes. That's it!
Holy moly they was good! Just a slight hint of cedar. They were perfect!
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if you paid a $1 for each plank,
you paid too much.

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looks delicious.
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Looks good. If they were fried it would have been delicious. Just saying. Lol


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Way ta get creative brother!!! Looks like it was purty good!!!
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confident they were great :-)

thanks for sharing another great eggperience.
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Looks deeelish. Where do you get crappie fillets that big?
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Looks deeelish. Where do you get crappie fillets that big?


You know better but:
Almost all of the big ones came from the water. All but one was caught in the mouth - I accidentally caught him in the gills!!
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Great looking crappie! I'd beg for seconds! Glad u chunked your bamboo steamer or if you still have it make some planks and its grilled bamboo crappie!
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You know better but:
Almost all of the big ones came from the water. All but one was caught in the mouth - I accidentally caught him in the gills!!
When my daughters were little and I took them fishing, the ride home was filled with me teaching them smart-ass answers to the usual questions upon returning from fishing. Correct answers got an M&M and it's amazing how quick they learn with that simple incentive. Imagine a 5 year old answering these questions:

Adult: "Did you go fishing today?"
Kid: "Yes, Ma'am."

Adult: "Did you catch anything?"
Kid: "Well, we went fishing, didn't we?"

Adult: "Any big ones?"
Kid: We caught some (stretching her little arms out) this far from the bank!"

Adult: "Were they big enough to eat?"
Kid:"That's what they were doing when we caught them!"
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