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Every Thursday night my wife has some of her friends over and they chat and paint, they call it Art Night. I jokingly call it Wine Drinking Night. Every now and then I subject them to what ever fish I happened catch that week and this week it was Tog. So here here is my pictorial of me cooking for the first time what I am calling "Tog Piccatta". I basically followed the recipe for Chicken Picatta and substituted Tog fillets and few other things. Here we go;

First and most important thing is to run thirty miles offshore and catch one.

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Then Fillet and cut into three to four inch pieces.

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Season and flour your catch. I like House Autry.

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Heat and butter up the pan.

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Pan fry till golden brown on each side.

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Add a glass of cooking wine and cook it off.

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Get your sides cooking while all this is going on. Tonight was Meditrranean Couscous and Angel Hair Pasta because girls like to say "Couscous".

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Put it all on a platter shaped like a fish because, hey were eating fish, not chicken!

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Serve it up nicely to your wifes friends and listen to thier rave reviews.

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Now that is a great post! Great job, Brian! :icon_salut:

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Man Brian,You got me smackin my lips.I consider myself as somewhat of an artist,but i drink beer.this is why they call me whittlinden.I am going to try that recipe,never added wine before.

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Wow those look really cool. I have no artistic skills but my wife makes up for it.

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