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2-28-14
Well another cold week comes to a close. Don't forget to join Amy and me at Klondike Days tomorrow from 9:30a - 12p. We will be in the Northland Pines Commons area.

But before we get there first we have to celebrate FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY. Today we have a recipe from Angela DuPont of Waukeegan, IL. Angela has a summer home in the Northwoods and says that this recipe is king in their house. Today we dine on DuPont Fried Walleye.


The Parts:
1 cup finely rolled saltines. 
1 cup finely rolled Town House cracker crumbs
4 tbsp cake flour
Salt and pepper
1 egg
1/2 cup milk


Makin' It:
Place all dry ingredients in plastic bag and mix well.

Beat egg and milk together. 

Dry fillets then drop them into the dry mixture; shaking off excess crumbs.

Dip in egg mixture, then again in crumbs, shaking off excess.

Fry only until very light brown; they fry very fast. Drain on paper towel and serve hot.

It does sound like a winner Angela. Your fish is in the mail.

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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2-27-14
Well another blast of cold and light snow last night. This has been a dandy winter for causing all kinda problems.
























WOW! 

Later

Wolf
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2-21-14
YEAH, more snow.
 
Yes, sarcastic!

But, it is FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!!!!

Today we dine on fish from Kenneth Richards of Beaver Dam. Kenneth said that this recipe is a passer-downer from his grandparents and they use it whenever they visit the Northwoods in the summer.

Today we dine on Granny's Fish.


The Batter Parts:
2 eggs
2 cups milk
1/2 cup flour


The Dry Parts:
2 1/2 cups flour
2 1/2 cups breadcrumbs
2 tablespoons Lawry's Seasoned Salt
1 teaspoon garlic powder


Makin' It:
Whisk together batter ingredients in a large mixing bowl until smooth. should be the Consistency of runny pancake batter.

Put as much of your fish in the bowl with the batter as you can, and make sure it is all well coated with the batter. let it set for 10 minutes.

Combine the dry ingredients in a baking pan, make sure they are well mixed.

Take each battered piece and dredge it in the dry mix until well coated and then move to platter, do not stack the pieces.

Only prepare as many pieces as will fit in your deep fryer in one batch.

Fry at 350 degrees until done.

Sounds Great Kenneth. Your fish is in the mail.

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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2-14-14
Happy Valentine's Day and Happy FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!!!!!

Today please remember instead of giving your loved one chocolate, give em' FISH!!!

Today's recipe is from Bob Wilson of Rhinelander. Bob said in his email that his is his grandkids favorite. Today we dine on Potato Fish.


The Parts:
4 nice walleye fillets
1 bag of shredded hash browns.
2 eggs
Milk
1 Cup All Purpose Flour
Salt
Pepper
Oil for frying


Makin It:
Pat fish dry with paper towel. 

Salt and pepper. 

Dust fillets with flour and dip into the eggs (beaten with a touch of milk). Let any excess egg drip off.

Take ¼ of the grated potato and cover all sides of the fillet and gently apply pressure to ensure that the potato sticks.

Repeat with the remaining fillets.

In a med hot pan, add enough oil to just cover the bottom of the pan. Add fish and cook until potatoes just becoming golden.

Remove fish and then place pan in a 385 degree's for 10-12 minutes.

Sounds very good Bob. I think your grand kids are right. Your fish is in the mail.

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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2-06-14
Yet another cold day Okay, let me rephrase that. Another day in the negative double digits. Winter is sure wearing out it's welcome. 

One thing that we have to look forward to is FISH FRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FRIDAY!!!

Today we dine on a recipe that comes from Katherine McGwinn of Presque Isle. Katherine said that this IS the fish recipe. Who am I to argue. Today we dine on McGwinn's Fried Fish.

The Parts:
1 pound of your favorite fish
1 egg
1 1/2 cups beer
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
2 cups crushed cornflake crumbs
Oil for frying

Makin' It:
In a medium bowl, beat together egg, beer, flour, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Place fish in the bowl, and thoroughly coat with the mixture.
 
In a separate medium bowl, pour in the cornflake crumbs.

Dip the fish in the crumb mixture, and thoroughly coat all sides.
 
Deep fry the fish at 350 Degrees Fry until golden brown, and flesh is easily flaked with a fork.

Boom! Sounds delicious Katherine. Your fish is in the mail.

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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