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skully
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« on: May 11, 2008, 07:38 AM »

just wandering how everyone cooks there brook trout,like to hear a few different ways.    thanks  scot
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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2008, 07:42 AM »

just wandering how everyone cooks there brook trout,like to hear a few different ways.    thanks  scot
well one way is #1 almost catch your limit   #2 starta small fire on the bank clean the fish  then poke a stick up thru its mouth and indirect heat cooking after its done enjoy 3 put fire out  4 continue fishing   less to carry then..... PS no permit needed for a cooking fire
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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2008, 08:45 AM »

Butter and onion..Cooked over an open fire...Or on a charcol grill..
I may have to take the brookie out of the freezer with all the talk about brookies
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« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2008, 09:07 AM »

sounds good Mainehazmt but your lacking the fiddleheads.         
 rollem' in corn meal , fry on top of fiddleheads,minced onions, butter.
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Litchfield Fisher
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maine brookie


« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2008, 09:23 AM »

I cook them in tinfoil on the grill with a touch of all the spices in the house or bake them with some olive oil put fish in pan after oil the a little onion salt lemon juice and a strip or two of bacon on top delicious
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« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2008, 09:27 AM »

    We take along some square pieces of tinfoil, folded with some butter, garlic powder/salt, & some lemon pepper inside it. (Just keep it in a ziplock, so the stuff doesn't melt in your pocket on a hot day.  wink )
    Then after catching & cleaning a few, we unfold the foil & scoop some of the butter & spices & put it inside the fish , place the fish on the foil in the middle on top of the leftover butter/spices, & roll it up like a potato would be for baking. Folding the ends over to keep the juices in.
    Then we take them & either put them on some coals from a open fire(in the field), or on a grill at fish-camp, a park/wayside rest, or we wait & do this at home on the grill. If we have gathered some wild leeks, we put a few of the bulbs inside the fish, ( or even some shredded leek leaves) b4 we roll them up.  Tastes great! Started doing this in the 70's & still do them this way. Easy, cuz you can eat them with your fingers right off the foil after it cools a little bit & the dispose of the leftovers for the critters if ya choose & then pack out the foil for placing in the trash later.
Enjoy!
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Litchfield Fisher.. I have never tried the bacon either. I will try that sometime!
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« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2008, 09:28 AM »

now that sounds good w/ bacon   yum
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« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2008, 09:56 AM »

cast iron, cornmeal and a cold hieneken wink
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maine brookie


« Reply #8 on: May 11, 2008, 10:22 AM »

    We take along some square pieces of tinfoil, folded with some butter, garlic powder/salt, & some lemon pepper inside it. (Just keep it in a ziplock, so the stuff doesn't melt in your pocket on a hot day.  wink )
    Then after catching & cleaning a few, we unfold the foil & scoop some of the butter & spices & put it inside the fish , place the fish on the foil in the middle on top of the leftover butter/spices, & roll it up like a potato would be for baking. Folding the ends over to keep the juices in.
    Then we take them & either put them on some coals from a open fire(in the field), or on a grill at fish-camp, a park/wayside rest, or we wait & do this at home on the grill. If we have gathered some wild leeks, we put a few of the bulbs inside the fish, ( or even some shredded leek leaves) b4 we roll them up.  Tastes great! Started doing this in the 70's & still do them this way. Easy, cuz you can eat them with your fingers right off the foil after it cools a little bit & the dispose of the leftovers for the critters if ya choose & then pack out the foil for placing in the trash later.
Enjoy!
 grin

Litchfield Fisher.. I have never tried the bacon either. I will try that sometime!
wink
they are also good fried in a pan after a few strips of bacon have been cooked still get the same basic flavor and you can cook potato or whatever with them as well
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« Reply #9 on: May 11, 2008, 10:31 AM »

sounds good Mainehazmt but your lacking the fiddleheads.         
 rollem' in corn meal , fry on top of fiddleheads,minced onions, butter.
then ya gotta carry the other stuff!
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