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July 06, 2011

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Wow. It doesn't get any fresher than that. Caught by yourself, cooked by yourself, blogged by yourself. You have my dream job! :)

What did you do with the liver?

I had no idea abalone had teeth! Loved this post. And so jealous that you caught and ate such fresh abalone. Amazing.

Wow! I didn't know they have teeth too. For that matter, I've never seen an abalone shell either. I miss abalone dish that's served during weddings back home. They come in a clear, slightly thick sauce (perhaps, some corn starch). It's absolutely delicious. I've seen some canned ones in the Asian market but even canned, they're still horrendously expensive.
BTW, love this blog.

It's all hard work, heather;)

Hi Ari. I left the liver with my fishing buddy to use as bait. I know the liver is edible, I just don't know how to prepare it properly:)

Hey there WC! I didn't know either. The teeth kinda freaked me out at first:)

Thanks jb. I've seen the canned abalone as well, but have never tried it. I think I'll stick to the fresh stuff!

Super informative post! I will be keeping an eye out for abalone in the finer restaurants...I've never really given it much attention but now you have me very intrigued!

Hi there!

You got an interesting blog here. I wanted to send you an e-mail but I could not get through.

Anyway, in what email address can I talk to you about business matters?

Looking forward to your response. Thank you!
Pia

Hi! I didn't know abalone had teeth! Your blog is well written and very informative. :)

I love food too, hope you could drop by my blog. :)

My dad used to bring these home from his beach excursions once in awhile--always loved it, never appreciated it enough until I moved to the desert.

Always wanted to try some abalone. I don't think it's readily available here in the Philippines, if there are some, baka mahal masyado. thanks for the post

sana lemon nilagay mo... tapos may tabon tabon para masarap... :D

I am surely coming again for more contents of yours.
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You have done a amazing job with you website.

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