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Tonight it’s Tuna, thats what’s for dinner – not Beef. Thursday is the night I set aside to try to cook my self dinner. On tonight’s menu is boiled Fish (Tuna), better known as Coubouillon. Coubouillon is perhaps the most popular method of cooking fish in the Caribbean. So here goes, I started by marinating or seasoning tuna by cleaning and washing in cold water. If you plan in cooking the fish the same day like I am. You should wash it in a solution of lemon juice and cold water. But let me warn you that if you’re planning to refrigerate overnight – DO NOT USE LEMON. Yes my mom taught me that. I have clean and marinate my Tuna.

Now it’s cooking time

boiled fish

Bon appetite

boiled fish coubouillon

Just thought of great idea, soon I will start a series of reviews about dinning out in Dominica. It will be a great way to promote Dominican cooking and local restaurants. I will post my first review soon , lookout for that.

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4 Comments »

Comment by Dan
2007-02-16 13:11:25

Please give a recipe.

 
Comment by Chris
2007-02-17 23:53:36

Click the link below to get the recipe.
http://www.recipe.dominica-weekly.com/

 
Comment by Dan
2007-02-19 18:54:58

Thanks! Will new recipes be posted there on a regular basis?

 
Comment by Chris
2007-02-19 20:52:46

For other Dominican recipes you can visit …..
http://www.recipe.dominica-weekly.com/. Soon we will be doing reviews about dinning in Dominica. So, look for these reviews.

 
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