Ok, I was unaware grouper had fingers, let alone they were tasty. I had pecan crusted grouper fingers for lunch and they were great! I grew up in western Pennsylvania when and where fish came in one form, sticks. Imagine my surprise when I discovered Mrs. Paul wasn’t real and did not actually make the fish sticks herself.
A few years back on a family vacation we spent some time in the Florida Keys. I discovered FISH, not fish in stick form but real fish. I was stunned, this stuff is good. Much to my dismay upon returning home I discovered that freshness has a major impact on how good fish can taste. Regardless, I found that the form factor plays a major part on fish quality as well. So I was a bit suspicious of Grouper Fingers. Hmm, sounds like fish sticks to me. Nice to be wrong. Again, they were great.
Also growing up, I did have a gismo that turned pan fish into food. It worked kind of like a sardine can. Catch the skin, turn the handle and get a teeny, tiny fish bite. It takes a serious mess of sunfish to make a meal but fried in butter in a black cast iron skillet over an open fire, they are delicious. Keep in mind though at 13, I ate everything that couldn’t get away from me. So perhaps they weren’t great but at the time they beat the heck out of fish sticks.
So chicken may not have lips but Grouper Fingers do exist and are quite tasty. How does this relate to Money Saving Tech Tips? Darn’d if I know.
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