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It is always a bit of a relief to return home after being outside and have dinner coming home with you. Luckily, Don and I were successful with our trip and I had some filets to fry up.
I pulled out some plain breadcrumbs, italian seasoning, salt and pepper and shook the whole thing in a gallon bag with four fish filets from the bass. I made sure I coasted the fish well before putting them into a pan with hot butter.
I couldnt tell you how long I cooked them for, but the filets did crumble a little when I flipped them.
However, the smell they were giving off made my mouth water. I would wait until the edges start to turn golden.
I wilted some swiss chard from the Farmers Market to go with the fish. Why not, right?
The whole dish took maybe 15 minutes to make. It was a simple, clean dish with food that came from the market or I had caught myself. Not too bad!