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    Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    We're just now entering the best time of the year for outdoor living! We certainly take advantage of it!

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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    Looks Great!!! I'm a few weeks away from starting my ODK build and can't wait to be in your shoes next swim season. We've been using the spa portion of our pool, but I've lost the fight against having a cold pool. Not even the cover can keep me above 80 degrees anymore.
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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    Nice job pragmatic! As much as I like traditional beef & pork BBQ, it's nice to see someone changing things up on the grill with seafood.
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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    Quote Originally Posted by Killer95Stang View Post
    Looks Great!!! I'm a few weeks away from starting my ODK build and can't wait to be in your shoes next swim season. We've been using the spa portion of our pool, but I've lost the fight against having a cold pool. Not even the cover can keep me above 80 degrees anymore.
    Thank you! That's one of the reasons I always recommend a spa for pool build planning. Nice year round use. Good luck with the ODK!

    Quote Originally Posted by BoDarville View Post
    Nice job pragmatic! As much as I like traditional beef & pork BBQ, it's nice to see someone changing things up on the grill with seafood.
    Thank you Bo!
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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    That looks great! What seasoning do you use? I have yet to find one I really like for grilled fish.
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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    Yummmmm....Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    Quote Originally Posted by Melt In The Sun View Post
    That looks great! What seasoning do you use? I have yet to find one I really like for grilled fish.
    Our basic go-to powder seasoning is Rajun Cajun. We switched from Tony Chachere; seems like the RC has a bit less salt and a more spicy kick. But what I really like to use is garlic-instilled olive oil, I make it once a year (1/2lb crushed garlic with 2 liter olive oil, let sit for 2 weeks[room temperature] then decant, add peppercorn [removes cloudiness] and dried rosemary). Now that is great for fish, chicken and steaks.


    Quote Originally Posted by mk1 View Post
    Yummmmm....Thanks for sharing!
    I'm now hungry too!! Come-on lunch time.
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    Re: Tuna, Grouper & Snapper

    That oil does sound delicious...

    I love Tony's and use it on lots of stuff, but I've never really enjoyed it on fish. Oh well!
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