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  1. Oh Fabian, your tragic story has made my eyes wet and I agree with you that we should cherish the love and good times we all share with our loved ones before it’s too late. Andy
  2. Now you will need to find the best way to cook them mate. Andy
  3. Congratulations Andrea, Finally you got them and you will get addicted soon. Andy
  4. Wow Donna, you have a very good memory. Despite you have so many members coming to the Social Event but you still remember us. It was 8 years ago. Thank you Donna for remembering us. Andy
  5. Hi Donna, Thank you for the compliment. Yes, I am from Indonesia and I met you and Stewy at Cook Park 8 years ago. I know you and Stewy often go to Bali, so you know Indonesian foods very well. I love cooking but not only Indonesian dishes. Have a lovely weekend. Andy
  6. Surely Jon, and even better on Snapper. Andy
  7. Hi papafish, I have written the area on the picture. Thanks, Andy
  8. Scaled, gutted and the stomach black lining removed. Make 2 slits each side. Rub the whole fish and its cavity with lemon juice and leave it for 15 minutes. Rub the whole fish with a mixture of same amount of salt, pepper, ground coriander and garlic powder. Put some julienne ginger and shallot in the cavity. In a pan put a tablespoon of margarine (or butter), 2 teaspoons of lemongrass powder, 2 teaspoons of coriander powder and fry them for 1 minute, then add 2 tablespoons of sweet soy sauce and mix them well as a wash. Brush the fish with sweet soy sauce wash and grill it for 10 minutes each side. To make the sauce, in a bowl, mix chopped chili, sliced shallot , lemon juice and sweet soy sauce. Thanks for reading and sorry for showing the other dishes. Andy
  9. Arrived at the spot around 6.00am but no one fishing at the spot, while according to lunar calendar fish activity would be high from 6.01am to 7.01am and the high tide would be at 8.15am The water was greenish and some washes every now and then. Using white bread as bait first cast got first Luderick in 30 second. Followed by other 2 Luderick and 1 Trevally in one and half hour fishing. Thanks for reading. Andy
  10. Curried fish is nice as Greyfox says. I think any fish with firm meat is good for curry, e.g Leather Jacket, but for fish with rather soft meat still can be used for curry if we fry it first, otherwise it will get broken and messy. Andy
  11. Yes, and the other day I saw 3 guys fishing down close to the water at the right side of the spot I use to fish, hauling two 10L buckets full of fish.
  12. Thanks Andrea. I always spend 2 or 3 hours fishing only. That's enough for me to enjoy fishing while doing exercise and getting vitamin D from the sun.
  13. Coat the fillet with a mixture of plain flour, rice flour, garlic powder, smoked paprika, salt and pepper. Pan-fried it batch by batch. 2 green chili, 1 red chili, onion, garlic and shallot chopped. Hot 2-table spoons of oil in a pan to sauté all the ingredients. Put galangal, bay leaves, salt and pepper and sauté for another 2 minutes. Pour over the fried fillet and done.
  14. Went fishing at South Coogee after a week absent due to the bad weather. Arrived at the spot around 7am I found no one fishing, as if I owned a private cliff today, not bad Like the picture says from 7am to 9am I got 5 Blackfish on white bread. I made fried blackfish fillet with green chili sauté as seen on Kitchen section. Thanks for reading. Andy