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 What fish for a roman dish?

Answer Italians eat all kinds of ocean (saltwater) fish.Don't serve a freshwater fish like trout or perch or you'll look like a boob. :-)I suggest you FIRST select a fish and THEN determine how you are g... Read More »
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What Kinds of Fish Were Kept in Ancient Roman Fish Ponds?

In ancient times, wealthy Romans enjoy pisciculture, their term for raising fish. The fish ponds they kept were called piscinae, and were incredibly expensive to maintain. Marcus Terentius Varro, a... Read More »
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The fish dish recommendation?

American, farm raised catfish. (I live in the state right next to Mississippi, where a lot of it is raised). There are actually better fish, but catfish is usually readily available.Best way to pre... Read More »
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Whats your favourite Fish dish?

Steamed Haddock,or a nice pan fried plaice,or prawns in a spicy batter,and not forgetting,big juicy cockles.
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Are Fish and Chips more of an Irish or English dish?

The Fish is a dish of many Countries and the chips are fried all over the World. However Fish and chips are indeed a British dish - so since Ireland was all British until after the first World War ... Read More »
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