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how do I cook some tasty codfish?
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Coat in a nice beer batter and serve with a side of steak fries
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>>11581103
*sigh* seems to be the only way then
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Be Portuguese and not Anglo

T. Frenchie/Spaniard

It's true facts tho
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>>11581106
I'm Italian
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>>11581093
Pan fry with spiced flour and serve on roasted potatoes with lemon butter for a tasty dinner
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smoke it, yo
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>>11581093
My Norske grandma used to make cod very similar to this. It was fantastic.

https://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/lemon-baked-cod-ovnsstekt-torsk-med-sitron-504392
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>>11581093
Although coating with mayonaisse before baking sounds like a 1950's abomination, it really comes out nice. I sub garlic for old bay.

https://www.geniuskitchen.com/amp/recipe/mayonnaise-baked-fish-213403
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>>11581136
Mayonnaise is a perfectly acceptable and tasty cooking oil.
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>>11581108
Mio Dudo
Vicentina? In umido?
There aren't many ways, but they taste delicious nonetheless
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cod almondine. It's a classic for a reason.
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Tollhouse crackers as a bearding with olive oil and a pinch of salt and pepper if you wanna do something simple



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