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Before Dan Bugge became the owner of Matt's in the Market restaurant in Seattle, Washington, he spent eleven years as a "fish thrower" at the famed Pike Place Fish Market - where fishmongers literally throw fish over the walkway between the ice display and the checkout counter.
Given his fin-omenal background, we seized this oppur-tuna-ty to learn how to achieve that perfect filet of fish - not to be confused with the Filet-o-Fish - every time .
Five Tips for Cleaning Fish: Dan Bugge
2. Scale the fish
3. Remove the fins and head
5. Removing bones
Grill by placing tin foil on the grill and place fish skin-down on foil. Add a little lemon, dill, butter, olive oil, salt and pepper and grill on medium heat for about 20 minutes."
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