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July 02, 2009

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AmyRuth

Maybe you could cook dates in a simple syrup then reduce and puree some of the fruit with the syrup? That is a very good question but back to the fish. It looks and sounds like a welcome change from the marathon of salmon we have been eating.
Yumm
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Kayte

Ten Minutes...this would be one to keep in the arsenal for 10 minutes! Great shot of your dish...looks really wonderful. These posts are so much fun!

Tracey

That dish looks so fantastic!! Plus, you can't beat 10 minutes!

Tangled Noodle

Not only am I also out of shisho sprigs but I only have red miso paste. Hmmpph! Hope it still works. How did you get that fish so beautifully browned? No matter what I do, mine always seems to stick or come out look anemic. Hmmmpphh! [BTW, those are my grumpy old lady sounds, thanks to your tweet about that kid who didn't know what a Walkman was!]

CarolPeterman

You just keep rockin' it out Top Chef style!

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

Look at that gorgeous fish! The glaze sounds fabulous! Good luck next week - I'm looking forward to seeing the pork sandwich!

jenn

Mmmm...this looks fantastic. I'm liking the glaze a lot. That looks pan-fried to perfection. Can I move in with you and Jack? I don't take a lot of room. ;-)

The Duo Dishes

Mirin & miso on black cod is also amazing. It's like eating sweet pieces of buttery fishy goodness. Do try!

laurel

Do you have the Top Chef cookbook or use the ones on the site? I have found the on site recipes to be really off in measurements, etc and was wondering if the cookbook did any better?

Steph

The fish looks delicious! This definitely wouldn't be a simple dish for me. Every time I cook fish, it breaks down because I'm not gentle enough with it.

Cookin' Canuck

Your photo is gorgeous and is causing me to salivate. This fish sounds so moist and flavorful. Long live Top Chef!

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Your picture is beautiful. It sounds delicious!

Erica

Mahi mahi is one of my favorite fish....yours looks delicious and I love the flavor!

Great job as always!

Ashley

This looks like a simple and tasty dish! I don't eat fish but I've passed the recipe along to my friend who I think would enjoy it.

ingrid

Mmmmm, that looks amazing!
~ingrid

ingrid

Oooops, Happy 4th!
~ingrid

cheffresco

10 minutes? I'm impressed! Looks like it came out perfectly!

Eliana

This looks absolutely incredible!!!!

Jennifer

That mahi mahi looks SO good!

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Just for today I will be agreeable. I will look as well as I can, dress becomingly, talk low, act courteously, criticize not one bit,and try not to improve or regulate anybody but myself.

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