Fish Tales, From Thailand to New Foundland, frying fresh fish has worldwide appeal
Most coastal cultures have local recipes for fish fried to a golden hue, with a crunchy coating on the outside and tender, succulent flesh encased within the protective blanket of crust. My two personal favorite types of fish fries are crispy shore lunches at our Ontonagon cabin on Lake Superior and Cajun cookouts at my childhood home, where my brother fries southern catfish nuggets in a crusty corn flour dredge.
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