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Friday, October 5, 2007

fileted, fried and finished within two hours of being caught.

Marinated in Miller High Life, coated with Costco Seafood Rub, sauteed in butter and olive oil, served with garlic brown rice and Papa's famous eggplant/tomato salad.

It was very good.


Mel said...

That looks delicious!

Costco can be a very convenient way to buy alot of products, but I have an issue with their seafood. They do not post the FDA warnings about mercury in seafood. Several stores (including Wild Oats, Safeway, and Whole Foods) voluntarily agreed to post the FDA’s advisories on mercury in seafood and they have had positive responses from customers and no loss in seafood sales.

But other companies like Wal-Mart, Costco, and Giant have refused to do so. At this website you can find a list of which companies care about their customers’ health enough to post this advice, as well as a list of companies that don’t. Happy shopping!

mw said...


I didn't buy this bass as Costco.

I caught it in Big Shag Lake, Michigan.

There were no warning labels on the fish.