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catfish brownies

Mmmmmm, chocolate and seafood!
 
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Are you like me, and can't get enough of that tasty bottom feeder known commonly as the catfish? Solution: Eat it for dessert, too. I think of the gooey texture of the brownie with those flaky, fatty pieces of catfish cooked right in it and I start to salivate, man! The sweet richness of a chocolate brownie coupled with the sturdy, slightly sweet taste of catfish sounds like a good idea to me. I'm sure if it was prepared lovingly and people approached it with an open mind, that this could catch on.
subpop, May 30 2001

May be slightly different but... http://www.jeromelo...s/race_updates.html
...frozen tuna fish brownies. [angel, May 30 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

(?) Jokingly baked. http://www.pjstrick...calJokes/PJ-066.jpg
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       Sounds terribly rich. No nuts in my brownies, please.
Dog Ed, May 30 2001
  

       ....reason 403 why I am happy that I am allergic to chocolate.......
Susen, May 30 2001
  

       <homer>mmmmmm chocolate catfish</homer>
thumbwax, May 30 2001
  

       Hang on a mo...   

       ...is this just to get someone to say, "Catfish brownies are baked?"   

       ...because I, for one, will not do it. :o)
st3f, May 30 2001
  

       I think there's too much pessimism about this idea. I bet that more than one of you have eaten, and enjoyed, carrot cake before now. Perhaps catfish brownies would be a similar happy surprise.
-alx, May 30 2001
  

       Soterios: rofl *gasps* Thanks!
Dog Ed, May 30 2001
  

       We all would have been enjoying catfish brownies if we all would have been eating them together...
subpop, May 31 2001
  

       This idea sounds REVOLTING! I almost puked all over my keyboard! Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go worship the porcelain idol!
Sparki, Aug 13 2001
  

       [alx] carrot cake is never a happy surprise. Trust me I know. :( i think I'd almost rather eat catfish brownies. At least they have chocolate in them. lol
PinkDrink, Aug 08 2004
  

       I'd give it a go. Fish + chocolate: it's a long shot, Jim, but it might just work...   

       [subpop] - please post up an anno if you try this.
wagster, Aug 08 2004
  

       It's probably the reason we haven't seen [subpop] here since.
bristolz, Aug 08 2004
  

       Oh... *looks at dates* - won't be trying that one then.
wagster, Aug 08 2004
  

       Speaking of carrot cake, I once attempted to substitute broccoli for the Carrot. It smelled pretty good in the oven for a while, but the finished product was burnt on the outside, and still mushy on the inside.
ye_river_xiv, Jun 07 2008
  

       You need to use less broccoli and cook a little longer at a lower temperature. That seems to be the answer for all the vegetable cakes I make.
mylodon, Jun 08 2008
  
      
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