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 Fish Ontario! Articles How to fillet fish like the pros Pike and muskie
Cut remainder of fillets in 4-inch sections for bone removal.
Stop at the main ribs and then cut around them to remove fillet.
4) Cut the back section of each fillet in line where the anus was.
www.fishontario.com /articles/filleting-fish/pike.html   (327 words)

  
 The Fishing Notebook - fishing reports, fishing articles, fishing tactics, fishing message boards, boating info, stories, tackle information.
Cut through its belly, splitting the fillets and explosing the entrails, but be careful not cut into any organs to keep the meat as clean as possible.
Continue your cut towards the tail, almost cutting the scaly fillet off, but not quite.
With the fillet barely attached to the tail, flip it away from the fish.
www.fishingnotebook.com /fish/fillet.html   (1083 words)

  
 FILLET OF BEEF WELLINGTON Recipe at Epicurious.com
Transfer the fillet, seam side down to a jelly-roll pan or shallow roasting pan and brush the dough with some of the egg wash. Roll out the additional dough and cut the shapes with decorative cutters.
Serve the fillet, cut into 3/4-inch-thick slices, with the sauce.
Spread the fillet evenly with the pâté de foie gras, covering the top and sides, and spread the mushrooms evenly over the pâté de foie gras.
www.epicurious.com /run/recipe/view?id=10776   (1074 words)

  
 Fish & Seafood
is a slice cut off a fillet - oftenit is cut at a slant
To fillet an anchovy run the thumbnail from head to tail on both sides of the spine.
where the backbone and bones are removed leaving the fillets attached to the head usually either Sole or Whiting.
www.cookeryonline.com /Fish   (1987 words)

  
 Online Dictionary for French English, Spanish English, Italian English, and more.
filleted ◊ filleting ◊ fillets < 'fillit > : 1.
A longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish; SYN: filet, fish fillet, fish filet.
To cut into filets, as of fish or meat; SYN: filet.
www.ultralingua.net /?service=ee&text=fillet   (154 words)

  
 How To Fillet A Fish - Fish Filleting Techniques with Fishing Cairns
Do not try to cut too much of the fillet off the backbone at this stage, this will come later.
6 and 7 Peel the fillet back with one hand while cutting the fillet away from the backbone using small slicing motions.
Here are a series of 15 pictures describing the simple techniques of filleting reasonable sized fish like coral trout, barramundi, mangrove jack, salmon etc. This method can be adapted to suit most fish species with scaled skin, and the end result will give you beautiful clean fillets, little bones and virtually no wastage.
www.fishingcairns.com.au /page17-1.html   (624 words)

  
 Fillet Knives / Fish Processing
Fillet your fish with ease with these precision-made knives.
Fillet fish with amazing ease with these powerful knives.
Ideal for filleting fish or for food and beverage service, these nearly indestructible tables are crafted of FDA-approved, UV-stabilized, high-density polyethylene.
www.cabelas.com /information/Fishing/FishingTools--FilletKnivesFishProcessing.html   (597 words)

  
 Cedar Plank Cooking Recipes
Cut to size and lay the fish fillets, skin side down on a soaked, oiled cedar or alder planks.
Place salmon fillets (either plain or marinated in your favorite marinade) onto the heated cedar plank, close barbecue lid and cook salmon for 12-15 minutes.
Now lay your fillet skin side down on the plank, and close the hood, or use a tin foil tent.
www.theheritageworkshop.com /recipes.htm   (2681 words)

  
 Fillet Knife - High Carbon Stainless Fillet Knife
A fish fillet knife should be held lightly in hand as you clean northern pike.
This handle and this fish fillet knife are USF certified and safe for kitchen or commercial use.
What a superflex blade allows a good fish filleter is the ability to feel the bones when cleaning bluegill, or cleaning bass and especially when cleaning northern pike.
www.cleanafish.com /fillet-knife.html   (331 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Henckels Five Star 7-Inch High Carbon Stainless Steel Fillet Knife: Kitchen & Housewares
I now use my fillet knife almost exclusively to fillet fish - I spend a lot of time fishing - and it is important to have a very sharp, but still flexable knife to cut through or around bones as needed.
I received the 7-inch fillet knife as a gift just over a year ago and it is a tremendous addition to my collection.
Some might find the price to be a bit much when compared to other fillet knives, but believe me, this knife is worth every penny.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000632SM?v=glance   (861 words)

  
 Fillet Knives
The mounted, strong-jawed steel Fillet Clamp combined with sharp v-grooves in the board, hold fish securely and leaves both hands free for fish-cleaning chores.
Constructed of a stainless steel core fiber for strength and cut resistance, that is wrapped in polyester/vinyl material for comfort, resistance to stains and odors and cleanability.
Reduce accidental injury to hand and wrist while filleting the catch, fishing with steel line, handling steel leaders, dressing game, or even working with metal or glass in the workshop.
www.bettermousetraps.com /fillet.html   (298 words)

  
 Fillet Knives
Includes one 12 1/2" overall fillet knife with 7 1/2" blade and one 11" overall fillet knife with 6" blade.
Also includes 10 1/8" overall fillet knife with 6" flexible stainless blade.
7 3/4" high carbon 440 stainless fillet blade which is ground to provide excellent flexibility.
www.discountcutlery.net /en-us/dept_22178.html   (803 words)

  
 fillet
to cut or prepare (meat or fish) as a fillet.
to bind or adorn with or as if with a fillet.
to round off (an interior angle) with a fillet.
www.infoplease.com /dictionary/fillet   (168 words)

  
 Chateaubriand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However wonderful and tender a Chateaubriand is, it is still a cut from the fillet, and so it is less tasty than other cuts.
This cut is usually only offered as a serving for two, as there is only enough meat in the center of the average fillet for two portions.
The Chateaubriand steak is a thick cut from the center of the filet, created by his personal chef for vicomte François-René de Chateaubriand, (1768 –1848), the author and diplomat who served Napoleon as an ambassador and Louis XVIII as Secretary of State for two years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chateaubriand   (167 words)

  
 5 fingers fillet
The Five fingers fillet is such a game.
Start it, and cut with a knife between the fingers.
The knife moves always faster, and faster, until you will cut in your fingers...
www.ampulove.com /frontnews/frontnews0013.htm   (167 words)

  
 BBC - Food - Back to basics - Lamb
The loin of lamb is in fact two cuts: best end of neck towards the front of the animal and loin (sometimes known as middle loin or double loin) towards the rear.
This cut of lamb is probably the most versatile, although it's also one of the most expensive, especially when bought as steaks.
Leg of lamb makes a very good roast joint, or it can be split into two smaller pieces - the fillet at the top of the leg and the shank towards the foot.
www.bbc.co.uk /food/back_to_basics/lamb.shtml   (875 words)

  
 Recipe 28505 --- Black Sea Bass with Chanterelle Mushrooms: Fish Ocean Main Dish Seafood Mushrooms
Fillet the sea bass by making the first cut behind the gills to the backbone; starting at the tail end, cut toward the head along the backbone; remove fillet.
Black Sesame Rubbed Black Cod in Miso Broth
black sea bass - (2 lbs) cleaned, scaled
fooddownunder.com /cgi-bin/recipe.cgi?r=28505   (875 words)

  
 FACTS Standards
If the back rabbet size is most important the order shall state “Frame Size to Back Rabbet” the cut shallhave standard 1/8 inch or 2mm allowance.
And all chops and frames shall be accurately cut to standard as ordered within the supplier’s normal tolerances.
4.1 “Frame Size”—designates orders shall be cut to the inner most rabbet with the standard 1/8 inch or 2mm allowance added.
www.artfacts.org /standards/frm_397.html   (875 words)

  
 Seafood Industry Pakistan
We are specialists in frozen half cut swimming crabs, whole round blue and 3 spot crabs, ribbonfish, cuttlefish, white/silver croaker, Indian conger eel, brown spotted grouper, Indian mackerel, white fish, sole fish, silver/black pomfret, butter ray, kind fish, red snapper, tuna fish and shark.
Sole fish fillet, grouper fish fillet and other fish fillet.
We export fresh fish and seafoods including: fresh fish, crabs, shrimps, silver, black and Chinese pomfret, king fish, tuna, Indian mackerel, tongue sole, red snapper, grouper, blue crabs, red crabs, mud crabs, milk fish, Indian salmon, top shell and shrimps.
www.sea-ex.com /countryinfo/pakistan1.htm   (789 words)

  
 Transblawg: December 2004 Archives
Fortunately a list member whose husband is a furniture designer suggested fillet, and that the cut across the grain is called a housing rather than a groove; and Philip Thrift made a suggestion at the same time: fortunately these experts agreed with each other.
The list suggested: burr, flash, hip rafter, arris fillet, tilting fillet (see sign language dictionary !), metal bracket, and purfling (around the edge of a violin), and for Gratleiste der Schwalbenschwanzgverbindung: dovetail key, wooden clamp.
As Andrew says, binding dictionaries with a multitude of meanings into an MT system is a problem because of the need for disambiguation.
www.margaret-marks.com /Transblawg/archives/2004_12.html   (789 words)

  
 Asian Guides Directory. Japan Personal Guide. Private guide. Japan Personal Tour . Private Tour. Tours in Asia
The blade is 150cm long and can fillet a big tuna in a single cut, usually with two or three people working together to handle the knife and the fish.
The frozen tuna are sliced into pieces like logs using bandsaws, while fresh fish are cut with knives called "oroshi hocho" (literally: "wholesale knife"), a meter-long sword-looking thing specially designed for cutting up tuna and other large fish.
Workers descend on the frozen tuna carcasses, paint their new owner's name on them and lug them to the wholesalers' stalls where they're cut up into saleable-size chunks.
www.travelguidesinasia.com /early_morning_tsukiji_fish.php   (734 words)

  
 BBC - Food - Recipes - Search
Fillet the herrings, cut into finger sized pieces, dip the batter and fry for 2 minutes.
Remove the herring fillets from the brine and put into a half milk half water solution to remove salt.
Cut the heads off the herrings and slit them open along the belly right down to the tail.
www.bbc.co.uk /food/recipes/search.shtml?scope=recipes&q=herring&go.x=0&go.y=0   (365 words)

  
 GRAVLAX SWEDISH SUGAR AND SALT CURED SALMON
2 center cut salmon fillets, approximately 1 pound (450 g) each, with skin left on.
Prepare the other salmon fillet in the same way, and cover with the remaining fillet, skin side up, with the remaining dill on top.
Cover the bottom of a baking dish with 1/3 the dill and rub half of the sugar-salt mixture into the first fillet, on both sides, and lay it skin side down on top of the dill.
personal.palouse.net /judithd/gravlax.htm   (365 words)

  
 From Sandi's Recipe File - Poached Trout with Wild Leek Mignonette
Mignonette: Cut leeks (stems and leaves together) into fine dice.
Spoon some of the mignonette on each fillet.
Place some of the vegetables around each fillet.
www.sandisrecipecorner.com /recipe1873D.htm   (130 words)

  
 bonnet
This shows how our setup looks with the scuttle and bonnet in place, I must admit I was quite relieved when it all fitted together so well, We will be putting a fillet of rubber seal along the sidepanel which will help it all fit nice and tight.
Now its time to cut dismantle the Bonnet and remove all the white film, we can then deburr the edges, Joey can fit the Bonnet Bulge and the front Grill.
Now after a lot of deliberation We decided to cut the bonnet, we had never been keen on Richards Croc bonnet especially as it restricted how high the steering wheel went.
homepage.ntlworld.com /bill.b1/bill/pages/bonnet.html   (640 words)

  
 Northfield Farm - News
A number of steaks can be cut from the Fillet, including Tournedos and Chteaubriand.
The whole fillet is used for the classic Beef Wellington.
www.northfieldfarm.com /bfillet.htm   (640 words)

  
 Over the Rainbow - Trout Recipes - Seafood Seasons, Western Fisheries
Fillet the emperor trout and remove bone from fillet with pair of tweezers, cut into portions.
Smoked trout - after eating choice fillets, use leftover scraps of flesh for tossing at the last minute into pasta with cream and fennel.
The rainbow trout that grace our tables were introduced in the 1930s from western North America to provide food and recreational fishing.
www.fish.wa.gov.au /wf/ss/ss96sum.html   (979 words)

  
 How To Fillet Whiting Fish
Turn the fish over and cut the fillet from the other side.
Lift off the whole side of the fish or fillet in one piece.
Turn knife flat and cut the flesh away from the backbone and rib bones.
www.muhammadspeaks.com /Filleting.html   (95 words)

  
 Cajun-Spiced Pomfret- Femina - Indiatimes
Method Cut each fillet into two, lengthwise, and then cut each piece into three, to make 12 pieces.
Marinate the fish in a mixture of chilli paste, Cajun spice, salt, pepper and lime juice.
Garnish the fish with some fried onions and serve hot.
www.feminaindia.com /articleshow/30564042.cms   (95 words)

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