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Oh I'll keep the trout alright, it was so tasty I had some for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a late night snack both days I was there. Can't wait to go back for more. Although it didn't come from a river. Although it did cum in rivers.

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Baked Red Snapper, rice pilaf and tomatoes.

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you can keep the trout! I'm not much of a fan of river fish with exception of the occasional catfish. Even that, though, I really have to be in the mood for it. I would much rather have salmon or tuna.

Now trouser trout: THAT'S a hose of a different color.

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non farm raised Tilipia around here is about 8 bucks a pound. Red snapper? Good luck finding it. Hawaiian Mahi Mahi? on special for 14.99 a pound. Do not get me started on Lobster. Our local fish market has a New Orleans fish on special, the name of which escapes me, but somehow I don't think it can compare to the trout I had while visiting there.

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I read somewhere in the Forum that in Germany you can get all the snapper you want for something like $130. I think that's about $1 per pound. The German government thinks the price being charged is too low for some reason.

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I haven't bought a banana in so long but I know the price of those assorted peppers to include the red ones you elude too, are very pricey. $8.99 a pound for fresh fish is good. I don't know if you read that I paid almost $25 for a fresh red snapper here in Florida. I made baked tilapia and a mixed green salad for dinner; trying to lean out as much as possible so there is no price too high to pay for the food I need to get the job done. Vanity, vanity, it's all vanity....LMAO!

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BLT you are right about everything being overpriced in Hawaii. But I was talking about Bananas that were grown 40 miles away costing $1.69 per pound at a farmers market while bananas from Central America being $1.19 per pound at Safeway and it almost cheaper to have friends in St. Louis buy a pineapple and ship it to us. Oh red bell peppers at $3.99 a pound at Costo. Fresh fish can start at $8.99 per pound. But that is the price one has to pay to live in Hawaii.

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2forfun: Everything is outrageously expensive in Hawaii. However, it's the price you pay for paradise. I love Kauai.

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No! That's from iCarly! {my kids loved it}

It was more like a "lasagna botana". The recipe was OK but needs work. ¬°dale gas! Lol

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A spaghetti taco? Interesting concept.

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