Posted by CalAbDiver on August 07, 2001 at 08:40:25:
In Reply to: Just curious... posted by Bob3 on August 07, 2001 at 07:21:29:
if you use a toothbrush to scrape away all the black ink on the ab before you trim it, then you can use the trimmings for chowder. chowder is mostly potato soup. you can add celery and onion for flavoring. salt and pepper too. chop up the trimmings (those folds of ab meat that circumscribe the ab) and put them in too.
i leave the trimmings attached to the ab before i cook it (fried in olive oil) or serve it (sashimi-ed with grated dicong radish). i dont cut the trimmings off.
Mike B. aka seahunt trims the abs a lot, more than me, so he has a lot of trimmings left over. people who trim like that often do make chowder out of the trimmings.
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