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Posts from November 2012


11-30-12
Happy FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!

Can you believe the last day of November is upon us, wow. Before you know it, 2013. Or maybe not if you believe in the Mayan calendar.

Well on to todays recipe. it comes to us from Cory and Liz Lewis of Boulder Junction. Cory said that this is the family favorite. Today we dine on Pretzel Fish.


The Parts:
1 pound fish fillets
1 quart oil for frying
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
2 eggs
3/4 cup crushed pretzels

 
Directions
Heat the oil in a deep fryer to 350 degrees F

Mix the flour, salt, and pepper in a large zip top plastic bag. Place fish in the bag, and gently shake to coat.

Place eggs and crushed pretzels in two separate shallow dishes. Dip coated fish in the eggs, then in the crushed pretzels.

Fry coated fish 10 minutes in the preheated oil, turning once, until golden brown and easily flaked with a fork.

Sounds pretzel-rific!


Now don't forget, if you have a recipe that everyone should try get it to me. All recipes can be sent by e-mails, letter, or dropped off her at the studios in Eagle River. If I use you recipe on this blog you will receive a FREE fish fry to a local restaurant.

E-mail:
wolf@wrjo.com.
Snail Mail: P.O. Box 309 Eagle River, WI 54521
Drop Off: 909 North Railroad (Hwy 45) Eagle River, WI

Remember, If it's fish and it looks good, Eat It!

Later

Wolf
 
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11-23-12
Well, now that the bird is out of your system, let's fill it back up with something delicious.

Think about how cool it is to have Thanksgiving on a Thursday and the next day have FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!

Today we have a recipe from Carol Zellueski of Boulder Junction. Carol said that this is a recipe that she learned from her grandpa and grandma. It is also one her kids love. So here is Zellueski Fish.






The Parts:
1 pound fish fillets
3/4 cup Italian seasoned bread crumbs
1 (1 ounce) package dry Ranch-style dressing mix
2 1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 teaspoons butter


Makin' It: 
Place the bread crumbs in a bowl.

In a shallow dish, mix the dressing mix and oil to form a paste.

Coat the fillets with the paste, then dredge in the bread crumbs to lightly coat.

Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat. Place the fillets in the skillet, and cook 5 minutes on each side, or until golden brown and easily flaked with a fork.

Thanks Carol, can't wait to try this one.


Now don't forget, if you have a recipe that everyone should try get it to me. All recipes can be sent by e-mails, letter, or dropped off her at the studios in Eagle River. If I use you recipe on this blog you will receive a FREE fish fry to a local restaurant.

E-mail:
wolf@wrjo.com.
Snail Mail: P.O. Box 309 Eagle River, WI 54521
Drop Off: 909 North Railroad (Hwy 45) Eagle River, WI

Remember, If it's fish and it looks good, Eat It!

Later

Wolf
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11-21-12









I say this now, because tomorrow I plan on being in a turkey induced coma for several hours.

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11-20-12













 



Goodbye and God Bless Old Friend. You will never be forgotten.

 

 

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11-16-12
Finally! It's FISH FRY FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Thank God. This week was a dandy. But we wrap it up today with a strong finish.

This week’s recipe comes from Doug Keller of Mercer. Doug wanted to share his recipe but wanted everyone who try's it to remember the key is using peanut oil. You can fry fish in any oil, but he say's to try it with the peanut.

Today we dine on Doug's Fried Fish


The Parts:
4 large walleye fillets
1 box Zataran's Fish Fry
Peanut oil

 
1 bottle of Hot Sauce
 
 
Makin’ It:
Place the pieces of fish in a glass bowl or container and pour the hot sauce over the fish. Put in the refrigerator while you heat up the oil.
 
Heat oil to 350 degrees.
 
Pour Zataran's fish fry in to gallon sized zipper bag.
 
Drop fish fillets into bag and shake to coat.
 
Drop fillets in hot oil and fry until the pieces float.
 
Remove and place on a plate with paper towels - eat while hot!
 
Thanks Doug, your fish is on the way.
 
Now don't forget, if you have a recipe that everyone should try get it to me. All recipes can be sent by e-mails, letter, or dropped off her at the studios in Eagle River. If I use you recipe on this blog you will receive a FREE fish fry to a local restaurant.

E-mail:
wolf@wrjo.com.
Snail Mail: P.O. Box 309 Eagle River, WI 54521
Drop Off: 909 North Railroad (Hwy 45) Eagle River, WI

Remember, If it's fish and it looks good, Eat It!

Later
 
Wolf

 
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11-09-12
Fish Fry, Fish Fry, OOOH I Love a Fish Fry!
 

It is FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!!!

This week we dine on the fish fry sent to us from Amy and Kyle Kirkpatrick of Star Lake. Amy made it clear that this is her dad's recipe and he made it for her and her brother, and sister every time they caught fish. This batter makes bread like crust with a thick crunchy crust.

Today we dine on Killer Kirkpatrick Fish.


The Parts:
4-6 fish fillets of your choice. 6-8 fish if panfish.
1 tsp yeast
1/2 cup flour
3/4 cup water


Makin' It:
Stir 1 teaspoon of active dry yeast into 3/4 cup of warm (110°F) water. Set aside for 10 minutes.

Stir in 1/2 cup flour until smooth, cover with plastic wrap and set aside to rise.

The batter will be ready to use in about an hour, or when the batter has doubled in size.

I never used yeast making fish, but now am looking forward to it.

Thanks Amy, your fish is on the way.

Now don't forget, if you have a recipe that everyone should try get it to me. All recipes can be sent by e-mails, letter, or dropped off her at the studios in Eagle River. If I use you recipe on this blog you will receive a FREE fish fry to a local restaurant.

E-mail:
wolf@wrjo.com.
Snail Mail: P.O. Box 309 Eagle River, WI 54521
Drop Off: 909 North Railroad (Hwy 45) Eagle River, WI

Remember, If it's fish and it looks good, Eat It!

Later

Wolf
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11-08-12
Enjoy this Wyoming pole dancer.

This could only have come from the wild West. Keep an open mind as you view the video. This is truly one amazing dancer. This girl can dance. Wait till you see this. 
 
I normally would never post an email about a pole dancer but this is great!
       
Turn on your speakers.

YOU CAN TELL SHE THOUGHT NO ONE WAS WATCHING!


http://www.heartlandcom.net/wrjoaudio/wyomingpoledance.

Later

Wolf

 
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11-02-12
Happy FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!!!

I am excited as always on this F.F.F. I am looking forward to a big plate of fish tonight. I'm thinking baked or as we grew up saying; Poor Man's Lobster!

In honor of the cod fish, we have a recipe this week from Carolynn Beeman of Three Lakes. Carolynn said her husband Mark and her love this baked recipe. She also said she uses it with all kinds of fish.

Today we dine on Carolynn's Baked Fish.


The Parts:
2 pounds skinless cod fillets
Salt
1 sleeve of Ritz crackers (about 34 crackers)
5 Tbsp unsalted butter
Lemon and parsley for garnish (optional)


Makin' It: 
Preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a small baking pan or casserole pan with butter or a little oil. Rinse off the fish fillets with cold water, pat dry. Use long nose pliers to remove any pin bones from the fillets. If you want, cut the fillets into large serving pieces. Place the fillets at the bottom of the pan, sprinkle with salt.
 
Melt the butter. Crush the Ritz crackers over a bowl; they should look like coarse breadcrumbs. Mix the melted butter with the breadcrumbs. Pack the crumb mixture over the top and sides of the fish fillets.
 
Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes or until the fish flakes easily. Thin fillets may take less time, very thick fillets may take longer. Serve the fish with lemon and parsley.

Can't wait to try this one.

Now don't forget, if you have a recipe that everyone should try get it to me. All recipes can be sent by e-mails, letter, or dropped off her at the studios in Eagle River. If I use you recipe on this blog you will receive a FREE fish fry to a local restaurant.

E-mail:
wolf@wrjo.com.
Snail Mail: P.O. Box 309 Eagle River, WI 54521
Drop Off: 909 North Railroad (Hwy 45) Eagle River, WI

Remember, If it's fish and it looks good, Eat It!

Later


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11-01-12
Come on, November already? Don't forget that we turn the clocks back on Sunday at 2am.
 

Amazing that Thanksgiving is 21 days away. Black Friday is 22 days away and Cyber Monday is 25 days away.

Yes those would be some Christmas shopping dates. I have found the perfect Christmas gift. I know you will want it for all the members of your family.

"Click Here" and enjoy!

Later

Wolf



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