I cooked Melva fish in the oven in tin foil for about 30 minutes. I let it go cold
before I ate it as not sure how many bones there were. It was truly lovely and not many small bones, just the main back bone. Try it, its a great taste, between chicken, tuna and mackrel
really, its the way you cook the fish, frying, boiling, etc. but its also the way fish are!
Nope, it's raw
Yes you can we eat it all the time. Cook it like you cook fried fish. IT is delicious/
The same reason why taking time to cook anything important.
Frigate tuna or frigate mackerel
Melva Radcliffe was born in 1901.
Melva Anstead was born on March 15, 1925, in Pennsylvania, USA.
Melva Blancett was born on August 22, 1924, in McAlester, Oklahoma, USA.
Yes the boys on the jermals fish the fish, dry the fish, and cook the fish.
Melva Cornell was born on May 18, 1910, in Buffalo, West Virginia, USA.
Melva Anstead died on January 11, 1989, in Long Beach, California, USA.
they cook fish in a pot by the sea
Melva Wilson Costen has written: 'African American Christian worship' -- subject(s): African American public worship
Melva Davern has written: 'The collector's encyclopedia of salt & pepper shakers' -- subject(s): Collectors and collecting, Salt and pepper shakers
you make a fire and cook it.
Melva J. Kearney has written: 'Mark Fuhrman's Murder in Brentwood' -- subject(s): Rhetorical criticism, Verbal self-defense