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Old 03-26-2008, 04:19 PM   #1
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Let's hear the way everyone cooks there cobia! I need a good one for friday night!
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Old 03-26-2008, 07:08 PM   #2
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it's pretty hard to F it up...

Earnie Cavitt makes some blackened cobia.... it's probably the best fish i've ever eaten...

and if you can get your hands on some belly meat, it makes damn-fine sashimi.
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Fried.:letsdrink
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Blackened!!! :hungry
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Soaked in italian dressing for most of the day and then grilled. Add fried potatoes and green beans as sides and you have a meal.
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yea I've done all of that I'm trying to find something that I haven't done thanks though!!!
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Filet and throw directly on grill. :letsdrink Cobia can't be messed up. Absolutely delicious.
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Cut it into nuggets, wrap with 1/2peices of bacon and hrow it straight on the grill!
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and if you can get your hands on some belly meat, it makes damn-fine sashimi.
Is it safe to eat cobia raw without freezing it first? I thought members of the tuna family are the only ones thatare safe to eat freshly butchered and raw. Every time I've frozen cobia it tastes like crap.
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and if you can get your hands on some belly meat, it makes damn-fine sashimi.
Is it safe to eat cobia raw without freezing it first? I thought members of the tuna family are the only ones thatare safe to eat freshly butchered and raw. Every time I've frozen cobia it tastes like crap.


Not sure how safe it is - but its amzingly good. A local chef told me to sushi some up and I did. Everyone loved it. Alot like yellowtail, IMO.
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