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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Food Photo Essay: Finned, Scaled, Shelled at Bob's Seafood

Posted By on Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 9:30 AM

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Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

Tony and Joe show off some of the raw material.

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

These days, trout may be marketed as "steelhead" or -- see above -- "golden." Your grandpa would still call 'em rainbows, and he'd be correct. These trout, like most sold in the U.S., were farmed (in Idaho).

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

Striped bass from the Pacific is tasty, and typically sustainably farmed.

Editor's note: Sometimes food renders Gut Check speechless. That's why God invented the DSLR. In our continuing effort to cause your mouth to water onto your keyboard, we bring you our weekly Food Photo Essay.

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