Re: NANFA-- Beluga Sturgeon

R. W. Wolff (
Fri, 16 Aug 2002 22:11:18 -0500

Actually panfish eggs are very good. When caught in the winter you keep the
eggs out of the fish you fillet, bluegill, sunfish, crappie and perch and
fry them in a pan. Tastes like egg flavored grits is the best I can describe
it. Fried with bacon grease and chicken eggs can't beat them. What upsets
me about the caviar trade, atleast in bowfin eggs, the fish is left for
waste, when all that flesh could be eaten as well. I am not sure if sturgeon
are wasted in the same manner, but if they are, Iron Eyes Cody would shed a
real tear , rather than a glycerine tear, over that waste.

> What I would like to what's the big attraction to eating
> caviar???.. Why not eat bluegill eggs

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