Aunt Lucy's

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Michael Hoffman
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2005/12/26 02:55:07 (permalink)

Aunt Lucy's

I hope someone will tell the folks who did the review of Aunt Lucy's that the pickerel they ate was not pickerel. You see, in Ontario pickerel is what they call walleye. There's no connection between walleye and pickerel. They are different species entirely.
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    tmiles
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    RE: Aunt Lucy's 2005/12/27 11:09:13 (permalink)
    That explains a lot, at least for me. I was wondering how different Canadian pikeral was from the boney, foot long, mini baraccuda that I prepared as a Boy Scout many years ago. My pickerel was not very good. Lucy's "pickerel" looked wonderful.
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Aunt Lucy's 2005/12/27 11:55:22 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by tmiles

    That explains a lot, at least for me. I was wondering how different Canadian pikeral was from the boney, foot long, mini baraccuda that I prepared as a Boy Scout many years ago. My pickerel was not very good. Lucy's "pickerel" looked wonderful.

    Boning a pickerel, whether it's a chain pickerel or a grass pickerel, can be a pain. Boning a walleye, which those Canadians call pickerel, is nice and easy.
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