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  • I’m telling you, folks, we put the glam rock in the rock lobsters, we put the AC/DC in the mahi mahi .

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  • Mahi mahi, which is on Savoy's menu, I typically find stringy and damp.

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  • - One of the sure signs of the advent of spring in the Florida Keys is the arrival of dolphin fish, also known as mahi-mahi.

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  • Now, we've answered you questions regarding why her stance on evolution is such a problem, and now you are attempting to move the goalposts ... and I'm losing patience with you. some dolphins are fish. also called mahi mahi or dorado.

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  • (also known as mahi-mahi), says those Florida natives are being hooked in some unusual places.

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  • She likes to pair it with “a nice summer salad” and a light blackened fish, such as mahi mahi or sea bass.

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  • The sixceviche sampler at Aguaviva (the name means jellyfish) turns the taste buds into an erogenous zone, with ingredients such as mahi mahi and mango, or octopus and roasted red pepper, set off with zingy notes of fresh cilantro and citrus.

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  • When choosing what type of fish to eat, consider more sustainable species such as mahi mahi, halibut, wild

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  • We caught three nice mahi mahi weighing around 11 pounds each.

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  • Corner Kitchen, in Biltmore Village, has earned a loyal following — and a visit last spring from President Obama, whose party sampled fried-oyster appetizers, corn and crab chowder, mahi mahi, lobster tacos and pork chops, according to the restaurant's blog (3 Boston Way; 828-274-2439; thecornerkitchen. com).

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