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    Ok, I actually do like it. I hate to say it, but...ahem...Gordon Ramsay does one hell of a spiced monkfish. I'll go on record as saying I thnk the guy is legit. There...I said it!
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    He does have, what, 10-12 Michelin stars?

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    I heard they're going to change the name to "Gordon's".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Ok, I actually do like it. I hate to say it, but...ahem...Gordon Ramsay does one hell of a spiced monkfish. I'll go on record as saying I thnk the guy is legit. There...I said it!

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    Yeah he's legit. You don't earn all those stars for nothing.

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    Now that makes me wonder, do any guys we know here have a Michelin Star? That would be cool.
    Not that you aren't good if you don't have one, but it would still be cool.
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    Doesn't Colin (Chef Niloc) have a Michelin star?

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    They call it monkfish because it looks like it's wearing a cowl (so they say); from the marketing perspective, most people know that anglerfish look gross so monkfish was adopted as a euphemism/marketing ploy. Conjures up nicer images than an angler in the mind's eyes of people who read it on a menu.

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    ...at Michelin starred restaurants.
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    I thought monkfish was on the endangered/sustainable list and it should be avoided.

    With that said, we haven't had it in a long while but the local market sells it once in a while.

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