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kat says ...
Could you please flag links with veg, vegan, etc. icons? It was horribe to follow the cabbage slaw link and find it was to a catfish recipe. I used to have a pet catfish when I was a child.
05/31/2007 6:32:56 AM CDT
Howard, Lexington MA says ...
An alternative to the relish Scott used that will 'brighten' the flavor of the fish: After removing the halibut to a platter, deglaze skillet with 1/2 cup each white wine and chicken stock; reduce by half; add juice from 2 lemons, the chopped olives, 12 grape tomatoes halved, 1/4 cup capers and several sprigs fresh thyme; reduce further 'til slightly thickened. I've served it with pan-seared salmon over pureed fennel. Can't wait to try it with Scott's halibut.
05/31/2007 7:54:34 AM CDT
Kimberly Yates says ...
Yet another great EASY recipe...I look forward to my next trip to Whole Foods (about an hour away) so I can stock up on all these great ingredients and try this recipe!
05/31/2007 9:45:35 AM CDT
Scott says ...
Kat, that's a good idea. Our team will talk about how we can flag our recipes accordingly. Thank you! Howard, that sounds really delicious. Fennel and fish are a magical combination, in my opinion. Kimberly, let us know how the recipe turns out for you!
05/31/2007 11:11:17 AM CDT
john jurey says ...
great recipe! but a word of caution - for any saute it is best to put the item in the pan so it goes down away from you, not toward you, reducing the risk of hot oil spattering back on you.
05/31/2007 2:55:34 PM CDT
A says ...
These videos are great, super pace, very clear, and the recipes are easy. nice job
06/01/2007 12:58:40 AM CDT
Bill says ...
Mouth watering recipe. Can't wait to serve it to the family.
06/04/2007 10:02:21 AM CDT
Penny Pincher says ...
Another great episode guys! How about the idea of sharing the total cost for the ingredients necessary for each recipe.
06/04/2007 9:46:42 PM CDT
Ruth Altheim says ...
Looked so good and easy to do that I called my husband to the monitor to watch along with me. I would like to send him to Whole Foods, our local market to pick up the ingredients. What do you think about including a short supply list with brand names in your post? I don't know where in the store he would find crushed roasted garlic and roasted tomatoes. If we need to roast the garlic, then that would be before we chop olives (?) for the topping.
06/05/2007 6:14:58 PM CDT
Kal says ...
Thanks for the tip of combining olive oil with butter . great tip
06/06/2007 7:25:40 AM CDT
scott says ...
John, that's a great tip! Thanks for sharing it with the group. "A" and Bill, thanks very much for the feedback. Glad you are having fun watching, because we're having a blast "making". Penny Pincher, we have another program called "Meals for Four Under $15" that focuses on amazing values. Check it out: http://www.wholefoods.com/recipes/list_value.html
06/06/2007 8:29:18 AM CDT
djoma says ...
Scott, Just to let you know that I made a trackback of this Halibut video blog to www.bcfishmonger.com The video makes cooking look easy and entices one to try the recipe. Thanks.
07/24/2007 11:44:00 PM CDT
Annie says ...
I wish Scott would show a little enthusiasm for the dishes he makes. The cooking segment kind of draaaaags on.
07/27/2007 1:42:57 PM CDT
scott says ...
Annie, thanks for the feedback. "Halibut" was from our first round of shooitng and admittedly, I was still finding my footing, on-camera. I think you'll see a lot of changes in my energy as you watch the newer episodes.
07/27/2007 7:10:43 PM CDT
Dianne says ...
This looks so easy and delicious -- I've gotta try it! By the way, this is my first time watching Secret Ingredient and I loved it!
11/10/2009 7:59:04 PM CST
Dianne says ...
Hi Scott, Just wondering, I'm trying to avoid gluten when possible -- would substituting corn meal for the flour make any difference in this recipe?
11/15/2009 1:33:58 PM CST