Tuesday, March 29, 2011


I ate this fish tonight. It tasted so good. I cooked it in a frying pan with butter, salt, and pepper. It went really well with the four other fish that I cooked it with. I also cooked 4 potatoes in the microwave for 15 minutes and 1 can of green beans in a pot for 5 minutes or so. It was a good meal.

I like eating fish. It takes a little more preparation than the two cans of Spaghettios I'm accustom to cooking four nights a week, but it's absolutely worth the extra effort. The good news is that trout has a lot of Omega-3. I'm not sure what Omega-3 is, but I read somewhere that it's good for combating the negative side affects of MSG that can be found in the 8 cans of Spagettios I eat every week.

In other news, I've gotten really good at cleaning fish and it's very rare that I drop a bloody fillet on the kitchen floor. This is due to all  the Omega-3 that I've been consuming over the past 3 weeks. Omega-3 can be found in cold water fish such as the trout that I carved up 4 hours ago. According to Gabe Mirkin, M.D. wild fish are not richer in Omega-3 than farm raised fish. This is an important fact for me since the place that I fish at is stocked.

My oldest son wont touch red meat, but he loves fish and this makes me proud as a fisherman.

Soon the weather will change and it will get unbearably hot in Kentucky. When that happens I will change my focus to fishing for catfish. Catfish is low in Omega-3, but high in Vitamin D. Jewish people who keep Kosher do not eat catfish because catfish do not have scales. The End.

1 comment:

Molly said...

I am glad to see that you are actively blogging again, Corky. I hope that you catch lots of fish and enjoying the cleaning. (I will continue to buy mine at the grocery.)