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June 28, 2011


Owen O'Neill

My first "real" trip out of the US was to Belize in 2000. My divemaster on Caye caulker sugegsted that I try grileld barracuda if I wanted to sampel a fish I might not find at home. Cooked in foil with butter and herbs in a local resident's front yard (dinner was fish, rice 'n peas, potato salad and orange Fanta for the grand total of $9)it was the single best piece of fish I have ever eaten. I've inquired about getting it domestically wand was advised that it doesn't keep and ship well - thus is best enjoyed where it's caught (not sure if that's true or not.)

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