Friday, February 5, 2010

Cooking Fresh Fish


For the best possible pan-frying results, take extra care to ensure that the butter or oil is hot (but not in danger of scorching) and that the fish is well coated with batter. Then season the batter for extra flavor.


Grilling is the testiest of traditional fish-cooking methods, because it is deceptive in its apparent simplicity. The novice cook assumes that grilling fish requires only as much attention as grilled steak, burgers or chicken; this is a serious misjudgment. Unlike other meats, fish tend to secrete much of their moisture when cooked, and on an open grill the precious liquid has no recourse but to drip into the coals.

To preserve a fish's moisture, there are a couple steps that can be taken. First, coat the fish with oil. Oil will seal a portion of a fish's moisture inside. Second, keep careful watch over the fillets and flip them as soon as a cut into the fish reveals that the fish is cooked at least ½ way through. Once flipped, watch the fillets closely and remove the fish from heat as soon as it is cooked through. Another option is to place the fish on, or wrap the fish in, aluminum foil. The foil will capture the moisture and allow the fish to marinate in its moisture while cooking.


Prepare the marinade, preheat the oven, and pop the fish in for the prescribed amount of time. Be sure to check the fish often to ensure that it doesn't overcook.



Cooking Fresh Fish

Since we are talking of fish,and we go futher in different areas in fishery arts. Lets go now to the tastier and delicious topic that related to fish.
As all we know,fish is a common food that we can eat and the easy dish to prepare. You can prepare a fish dish by frying,grilling,smoking and also baking.

Fish can be cooked in a multitude of ways and every fisherman has an opinion about which one is worthy of the day's catch.

Well-worn methods have been passed down through generations of fishermen, attaining their stamps of perfection along the way. We've documented these methods along with some tips on how to make your meals rise up to the high standards that have been set. In addition, we've selected a combination of recipes that best capture the spirit of cooking fresh-caught fish, some of which go beyond the basics and promise to catapult your catch of the day to sublime perfection!


DRIED FISH- this is very common in the Philippines. Filipinos are fond of eating this because aside from the fact that it is very cheap, dried fish enhances our appetite in eating. we consume much rice when the viand is dried fish. it is very easy to prepare and it does not take time to cook.



A fishing rod or a fishing pole is a tool used to catch fish, usually in conjunction with the sportangling, can also be used in competition (Sustenance and commercial casting fishingnets). A length of fishing line is attached to a long, flexible rod or pole: one end terminates in a hook for catching the fish. A 'fishing pole' is a simple pole or stick for suspending a line (normally fastened to the tip), with a hooked lure or bait. They are most commonly made of fiberglass, carbon fiber or, classically, bamboo, and are the only fishing levers properly referred to as "poles". In contrast, 'fishing rod' refers to a more sophisticated casting tool fitted with line guides and a reel for line stowage.


Most Expensive Fish in the World

Bluefin Tuna

Have you tried to eat the most expensive fish in the world?

Speaking of it, let me introduce to you the world's most expensive fish. It is not located here in the Philippines but in Tokyo, Japan. Have you heard this fish which is considered as the top in the Guinness Book World of Record? This fish is known as " Bluefin Tuna " .The Most expensive fish ever caught and sold was a 444lb bluefin tuna sold in Japan’s famous Tsukiji market in Tokyo in January of 2001. The fish was sold for $173,600, which is $391 per lb. The fish was caught off the Northern shore of Japan, an area known for it’s high quality tuna. Bluefin tuna can reach up to 1,500 lbs.
Bluefin tuna is popularly served raw as sashimi or sushi in restaurants where a plate of slices can command a bill of more than $100.
If you wish to buy this very expensive fish you must go first to the famous whole sale market fish in Tokyo which is the Tsukiji. Most expensive fish

Tsukiji is the largest of Tokyo's 11 wholesale fish markets, handling about 90 percent of the seafood that ends up on the city's tables.


- dheshiela-

Saturday, January 30, 2010



Since we are talking of Aquariums, we can care fishies in our homes even without using large aquarium, we can use a Pond for any small fish we want to care. This Pond Fish will add drama and brilliance to your backyard haven with their wonderful personalities and intriguing pattern and coloration.

FANCY GOLD FISH- one kind of fish that you can put to pond.
- long, flowing fins, amazing color patterns and prominent features differentiate these fancy goldfish from common "comet goldfish". They do not grow as large as Koi, making them a very popular fish for aquariums, smaller ponds and water gardens.


Friday, January 29, 2010

Largest Aquarium for Fishes..

Whale shark is the biggest fish in the whole world. Therefore, there must be a place for Whale sharks.. It could be very harmful for people to have these whale sharks roaming around seawater.

The largest aquarium in the whole world can be found in Atlanta, Georgia at Pemberton Place.. This aquarium is called " Georgia Aquarium". It was opened last 2005 of November.It has been one of the tourist destination in Georgia where people find it fascinating while observing the great sea creature such as whale sharks. It has more than 8.1 million US gallons(31,000 m³) of marine and fresh water housing more than 100,000 animals of 500 different species. The aquarium's notable specimens include four young whale sharks, three beluga whales and manta rays.
Georgia Aquarium contains between 100,000 and 120,000 fish and other sea creatures, representing more than five hundred species.
It is the only institution outside of Asia to house whale sharks. The sharks are kept in a 6.3 million gallon (24,000 m³) tank, and the aquarium was actually designed around the whale shark exhibit.