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Old 03-11-2006, 10:40 PM posted to rec.food.cooking,alt.fashion
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1 Carp, gutted and skinned
1 pine board a little bigger that the carp
Clean em both real good

Marinade (soak) the carp for a day in a mixture
of red wine (or Nite Train), Old Bay, lemon, salt,
pepper, garlic salt and water (amts. to your taste).
Soak the board for a day in water.
Put the fish on the board and bake at 300 for 3 hrs.

Remove from oven, cool 1 hr., discard fish, eat board.
Serves 1 to 4 ..depends on size of the board.
Drink beer.

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All this sounds really good!

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The Spaminator wrote:
1 Carp, gutted and skinned
1 pine board a little bigger that the carp
Clean em both real good

Marinade (soak) the carp for a day in a mixture
of red wine (or Nite Train), Old Bay, lemon, salt,
pepper, garlic salt and water (amts. to your taste).
Soak the board for a day in water.
Put the fish on the board and bake at 300 for 3 hrs.

Remove from oven, cool 1 hr., discard fish, eat board.
Serves 1 to 4 ..depends on size of the board.
Drink beer.

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