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How I Eat Crappie


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By Woods - Posted on 01 September 2010

I'm sure all these different way's to cook crappiei are really good. But I'm still stuck on the old way, put the crappie in the grease. Salt and pepper your fish, batter the fish in Wally Marshall's Fish And Critter Fry. Deep fry till golden brown. Serve with hush puppies,cold slaw,French Fries and white beans. Hope and Miss. Martha liked to have eat it all up but I think I had enough left for a picture. Woods

How John Eats Crappie
Shannon's picture

I promise you. Every single time I look at this, my mouth starts to water!

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danny malone's picture

jOHN, MY WIFE HAS STARTED CUTTING EGG PLANTS LIKE FRENCH FRIES THEN BATTER AND FRIES JUST LIKE YOUR, WE LOVE THEM.

T. Todd's picture

That right there is a meal if I do say so myself.

T. Todd

Carl Painter's picture

looks good, never had white beans with fish though. i usually do fries, hushpuppies, coleslaw, sliced onion and tomato.

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Carl,the white beans and other sides are for the guys at the fire station so they don't eat all your crappiei

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