Summer Grilling 2014
Grilled Seabass with Rosemary Vinaigrette
by Ralph Kratzer
Seabass generally run about 1 pound each and are almost always sold whole and gutted. This is a good thing, as it is far easier to discern whether a fish is fresh when it still has its eyes and gills: You’re looking for bright, healthy eyes and bright red gills. Sunken, red eyes and brownish gills means the fish has gone off.
To grill fish sometimes makes some difficulties, because it may stick to the grid or even fall apart when trying to turn over, but with the following recipe it is easy to do.
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