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Post Posted: 05:41pm - Jul 24,14 
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Perch Parmesan

1/2 cup grated Parmesan Cheese
1/2 cup Italian Bread Crumbs
1/2 stick butter, melted
1/4 cup Milk

Dip perch fillets in milk. Combine bread crumbs & parmesan cheese.
Coat fish with bread crumbs/cheese mixture.
Lay in single layer on a greased shallow baking pan. Drizzle with melted butter.

Bake in 450 degree oven for 15 minutes.
Enjoy!
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Big Fish Ross

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Post Posted: 06:20pm - Jul 24,14 
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I love that recipe. Don't forget the garlic...

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Post Posted: 06:21pm - Jul 24,14 
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:thanks will try for sure, later on mike :D

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Post Posted: 05:01pm - Jul 31,14 
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its a great perch recipe--- bigfishross

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Post Posted: 06:08pm - Jul 31,14 
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Tried yesterday yummy Thanks
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Post Posted: 07:17am - Aug 1,14 
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never tried on perch but I've roasted many a eyes this way and they were great

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Post Posted: 07:58am - Aug 1,14 
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Oh Ya!!! :gpost

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Post Posted: 08:59am - Aug 1,14 
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Simple and sounds delicious. Going to give this a try.

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Post Posted: 10:59am - Aug 1,14 
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one of my personnel favorites with a touch of drizzled over right before you eat it lemon and garlic oh and a little salt too.
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Post Posted: 12:19pm - Aug 1,14 
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DOUBLE D wrote:
one of my personnel favorites with a touch of drizzled over right before you eat it lemon and garlic oh and a little salt too.
DD

Forget it Denny--those days are over for you! You'll just have to suffer with all of those nasty saltwater fish instead; like snapper, sand trout, flounder, grouper, shark, redfish, etc. (my mouth is starting to water).

Hope you are enjoying your new home.

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