If you have one.
If you have one.
I couldn't get my mind off you all day.
Salmon... pretty much fish... not a fan of shellfish at all, and yes, I've tried.
It's a tug between fish and calamari, or anything with Old Bay on it.
Despite being born and raised in Maryland, I do not like crab...
I don't like seafood aside from tuna and salmon.
So I guess tuna and salmon. ._.
The only sea food I'm willing to eat (occasionally) is Tuna, shrimp, calamari, and imitation crab.
I voted "fish" because it catches the most things I love, particularly salmon, tilapia, white tuna, red snapper, trout, catfish, cod... the list goes on and on, the entire superclass osteichthyes (bony fish) is cordially invited to my plate. Chondrichthyes, though, not so much (shark, ray, etc). In general, I like most seafood, though I can live without calamari and am not wild about abalone. And I can't stand cooked oysters (love them raw, though). Sadly, I cannot eat lobster, crab, or crayfish (not on your list), though they taste divine: segmented crustaceans give me explosive diarrhea.
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I picked fish but its really tied for all of them except octopus and oysters. Fish is the easiest one to get prepared right. I do love good calamari, but if its not so fresh or prepared badly its rubbery and not so good tasting.
Without a doubt, lobster!
shrimp BUT i love that crab and lobster meat though. not from maryland but crab cakes are the shit. thanks to the tv show the wire for putting me on to that.
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Wild salmon, fried clams/flounder, shrimp, lobster, sea scallops.
Shrimp, because it goes with anything...pastas, salads, rice...hot, cold, always good.
Fish filet from McDonald's or Mrs. Paul.
Yeah, but seriously.
That's hard.. I eat all of it--excluding octopus, and that's only because I've yet to try it--so All of them?
Sake and Maguro
Actually, the only exception to tuna and salmon is this:
Spicy squid jerky, or 'Ojingeochae Bokkeum' (오징어채볶음), it's delicious to eat with steamed rice. Grew up with this around, Korean thing.
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^^^ Looks yummy Is it tough to eat like jerky?
Fresh herring, cleaned, on the bone, cured for a couple of days with a liberal sprinkling of salt. Washed off excess salt, place on a dish, sprinkle with julienned ginger, drizzled with oil, and steamed for 10-12 minutes.
Uni Uni Uni...
Haddock or Cod fried in batter.
Mussels, buckies and prawns.
"You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
- anonymous quote.
Old Bay on lobster is amazing
The sailors in Long Beach and San Diego used to pretty appetizing in the old days. Nowadays I have to settle for the sailors at Everett when the Stennis comes back to port.
A classic Maryland dinner is a brown paper bag full of steamed crabs drowned in Old Bay, but it is too expensive nowadays for most people to do that regularly. The Chesapeake Bay is pretty depleted of seafood
I enjoy most kinds of fried fish.
red lobster scampi garlic toast and salad....heaven
Shrimp <3 <3
I make my bed with the stars above my head and dream of a place called home.
ONCE a year I splurge and buy enough lobster to fill me up.
If I can't have enough to fill me up I don't want any........a lobster "appetizer" is just too cruel.......
The first time I had lobster was two years ago and the butter sauce was so salty I hated it. Haven't had another one since.
Tuna, and according to the back of this Gorton's Fisherman container, Alaska Pollock.
Never had lobster before. What's it like?
Lobster, crab, scallops, squid, calamari, I love it all. The only down side to crab is it takes so much work to get so little meat out.
Don't really like oysters though. I'll eat abalone if it's served in a meal, but don't love it.
Fish was easy to check off, because I would have said the same thing if "sea" was removed - i.e. "What is your favorite food?"
Capitalize when needed. Did you help your Uncle Jack off a horse, or help your uncle jack off a horse?
AMY'S BOSS: Sorry, I need to lay you and Jack off. AMY: Can you just jack off? I feel like shit today.
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Shellfish down right. Especially plain raw oysters
Last...fish and squids. Especially in sashimi form
Maybe I can just be a pesceterian
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come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?
Where's the option for "In the garbage, because that's where seafood belongs."