Back in June (or was it May?), Ben and Man-boy went to visit friends of ours in Washington State. The main purpose of being there other than to eat Adam's cooking was to go fishing for Steelhead, which they did. They brought home a cooler full of frozen fillets, and we've been working our way through them little by little. Adam kept telling Ben we needed to cook them on the grill and we've been trying to figure out the best way to do that.
I finally had a stroke of brilliance (or a memory-lapse lapse) and remembered I had a fish basket just for the grill. So yesterday I got it out and fired up the (very) old Char-Broil.
This would definitely work better if the grill were not older than my married daughter, but we do the best we can.
Mmmmmm, a little butter, a little squeeze of fresh lemon, a little kosher salt and pepper . . .
I was going to get a photo of it on my plate, but it wouldn't stay there. This stuff is amazing and the whole experience was wonderful . . . right up until it was time to wash the fish basket.
BIG DRAG. Anyone have any helpful hints?
Be thankful ~