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How to Cook your Catch: The Mighty Deep Fried Mullet

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While considered to be bait in most places, in the Panhandle region of Florida mullet is considered great eating. While not as popular as other gulf coast fish like snapper and grouper, it is a very economical fish to eat and easy to acquire. Mullet can be caught almost everywhere, off the beach, in the bays, and even in the back of creeks and rivers. They are an euryhaline species capable of surviving in salt, fresh, and brackish conditions, but even with being everywhere, you can’t catch them on rod and reel. They feed on algae on the bottom by...

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Chocolate Strawberry Bread

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In every bite of this Chocolate Strawberry Bread, enjoy the taste of fresh juicy strawberries and a bit of chocolate. One taste of those strawberries and melted chocolate and it’s sure to become a new favorite of the whole family. I have a thing for quick breads, especially a delicious banana bread recipe , like my Brown Butter Rum Banana Bread or Chai Banana Bread which is perfect with a cup of tea when Fall rolls around.This Pineapple Bread has been a reader favorite ever since I published it. I’ve made it many times and it NEVER disappoints. If you...

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How To Be a Great, All-Seasons, Outdoor Friend Mom

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As I packed to go swimming with some friends last weekend, I realized I was running through the same checklist for them as I was for my five-month-old. Milk for Beckett? Check. Snacks for my friends? Got ’em. My cooler was stuffed with bubbly waters and beers to share—and a sippy cup for my kid. I saw a couple of spare trucker hats on our coat rack when I grabbed the infant-sized sun shade and stuffed them all into my bag, “just in case.” Noticing the sunscreen in my truck was almost gone, I reached for a backup so I...

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We try making a low-calorie katsu with tofu instead of pork【SoraKitchen】

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Can we make a healthy, plant-based alternative to pork with tofu? The pork katsu is a staple of Japanese cooking, and it isn’t hard to figure out why. You can’t deny the appeal of a juicy, crispy, deep-fried pork cutlet (unless you don’t eat pork). Over a bed of rice with eggs, as the main dish to a set meal, in a sandwich, as a topping for curry, even chilled over cold ramen…honestly, katsu is good no matter how you eat it. Sadly, pork katsu is, by no means, healthy food. Deep-fried as it is, it’s greasy, high-fat, and high-calorie,...

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Get Organized: 25 Home Storage Hacks That Will Instantly Declutter Your Space

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If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, SPY.com may receive an affiliate commission. Keeping your home nice and organized requires a lot of time-consuming work — or a little proactive planning. But if it’s too late to plan ahead, then clearing clutter suddenly becomes a never-ending task. That’s why we’re always on the search for the best tool storage and home organizers. The best home storage hacks keep your bathroom, kitchen, garage, or living room organized. And when your home is organized and tidy, you might be surprised how much your mood...

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