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    Jerry Lurker

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    Patricia Shapiro Lurker

    Default A simple Canadian sauce for sa

    A simple Canadian sauce for salmon

    2 tablespoons maple syrup (or honey if you don't have maple syrup)
    Juice of one lemon
    2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted
    1 tsp hot sauce (or to taste)

    Mix together and coat the fish all over. Bake at 400 degrees till fish is opaque. Not too long!

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    *Freddie* Lurker

    Default Since Blue Fish are in season

    Since Blue Fish are in season here on the East End I thought I would share my secret to a non fishy tasting filet of Blue Fish.. I slather a bit of Horseradish and Mayonaise sauce{made to taste} on top of the filet and broil until flakey and a bit browned.. Yummy takes that fishiness right out

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