Anyone identify these fish?

Discussion in 'SMB' started by OOOSH YEAH, Oct 11, 2018 at 2:26 PM.

  1. woollyback

    woollyback Winger

    Morrisons fish is usually rank mate, best to get fresh fish from the coast. Sunderland and North Shields have cracking fresh fish. Hoy a bit of butter in the foil as well :)

    If they are from Taylors they will be as fresh as paint when bought mate, they sell hods of those fiver boxes to Chinese people and it has to be super fresh for them to even consider.
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018 at 7:11 PM
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  2. Unfortunately we are about as far as we can be from the coast.

    I am sure that you could buy fresh fish at Seaham too, our dad took us sometimes on a Sunday morning iirc.
     
  3. the dark one

    the dark one Winger

    If I caught them I'd hoy the fuckers back in man. Dreadful.:)
     
  4. stretch

    stretch Striker

    Kilmarnock
     
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  5. OOOSH YEAH

    OOOSH YEAH Central Defender

    Be class in a stew man.

    You couldn’t catch a cold anyway.
     
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  6. the dark one

    the dark one Winger

    Caught you a few times mind. Had ya biting like fuck man spug. Fish stew isn't for me mate.
     
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  7. willowbankbear

    willowbankbear Central Defender

    The flats are witches marra, the gurnard in the centre and the one on the left looks like either a haddock or a hake . Any chance of taking a solo of it?

    After reading other comments it’s a hake , excellent baked , the witches are fab if ye steam them
    As for the gurnard I’d bake it

    Not a bad selection for £5
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018 at 8:18 PM
  8. OOOSH YEAH

    OOOSH YEAH Central Defender

    Aye cheers mate. Daft thing is I have a load of hake in my freezer but they’re filleted so didn’t recognise them.
     
  9. willowbankbear

    willowbankbear Central Defender

    I’m a bit embarrased I didn’t get the hake 1st time
     
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  10. tarantula

    tarantula Full Back

    FFS.. Sous vide .....just cook it... It only takes a few mins.....defo a hake on the right
     
  11. the dark one

    the dark one Winger

    Am I right in thinking hake was used a lot in fish shops years ago when cod was in short supply? Used a lot in Spain I think.
     
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  12. The Lonious Monk

    The Lonious Monk Midfield

    sounds fucking delicious
     
  13. OOOSH YEAH

    OOOSH YEAH Central Defender

    It’s perfect man when you water bath it.

    Aye. Loads use shite like river cobbler, pangasius ling etc now. Mainly Indian kebab shops selling that sort of stuff. Never get fish and chips from anything that sells kebabs and pizzas as well.
     
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  14. raindog

    raindog Winger

    You needed to have included a box of matches in the photo so to compare the sizeS. Id take the lot to work wrapped in newspaper and sellotape them underneath the desk of the gaffers PA
     
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  15. DonaldDownTheWing

    DonaldDownTheWing Goalkeeper

    It’s massive in Spain & France. Spanish fisherman just been landed a fine of something like 250 grand for having tonnes of hake on board and trying to declare it as as haddock.
     
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  16. lenshack

    lenshack Winger

    Hake is a poor mans Cod.
    Much prefer the real thing mesel.

    Could make an interesting fish soup.
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018 at 9:32 PM
  17. the boot

    the boot Midfield

    Grey gurnard. Others have been answered.
     
  18. OOOSH YEAH

    OOOSH YEAH Central Defender

    Hake is lovely. It’s nee halibut like but it’ll do for me.
     
  19. Le Chuck

    Le Chuck Striker

    Spug is ginger. He wont have a sole.
     
  20. DonaldDownTheWing

    DonaldDownTheWing Goalkeeper

    Aye, but you can pick hake up for £12.95 a kg. Halibut up at £40 a kg.
     

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