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    Default Chesapeake stuffed Perch

    With fatherly duties in high demand this summer and a new job, I have not had much time to get out and target striper. However, I've managed to get in a few early morning crabbing trips with some Perching mixed in.

    In the past I've made Chesapeake stuffed rockfish a few times a season and even stuffed Tautog once. It has never disappointed!

    A few weeks ago, I pulled in a few really nice fat 12" Perch and set the nice fillets aside in the freezer for a special preparation. Last week, I had a nice crabbing trip with enough crabs left for 8oz extra meat. Last night, the magic happened and the two delicious catches from our bay came together! I you like to eat crab and fish, do yourself a favor and make this dish. You really can't go wrong with any flaky white fish. This was my first time making it with Perch. I sort of follow this recipe with a few of my own tweaks:

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/149140/...ffed-rockfish/



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    Yum
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    That does sound good!
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    Looks good!

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    Very nice! I'll need to try that some time.

    BTW: IMHO, wise choice, on focusing on your kids and job. I've done that for multiple years, and it has paid off well.

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    Used to make that ......... Was my favorite........ We called it fish roll ups and pinned them with toothpicks ....... Um um good

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    Thanks for the recipe, what are your tweaks?
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    just some additional seasonings and I don't really measure anything. Panko bread crumbs are a good substitute for the stale bread
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    Wow That's restaurant quality!!
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    That looks really good!!
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