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How to Make Smoked Marlin
Host: Thomas has volunteered to show us one of the local delicacies and its smoked blue marlin and what are we going to go ahead and do here.
Thomas: We’re going to do it here, I’ve been doing this for four or five years I guess. So I’m just going to--
Host: Why don’t you go ahead and show us what you’re going to cook for us.
Thomas: This is a brown sugar that I made into solid.
Host: Solid brown sugar?
Thomas: Solid brown sugar and it’s going to match this right now.
Host: So just go ahead and break it up into pieces?
Thomas: So it’s like sugar.
Host: So we go ahead and just keep breaking it up, and this is just straight salt?
Thomas: Straight salt.
Host: Table salt, just mix it up. Okay, so now once we got our sugar and salt combination ready.
Thomas: Then we cut the fish and cut into square parts like this.
Host: I noticed that you have the skin still on the marlin, is there any reason for that? What Thomas is actually doing now is go ahead and cutting the little chunks and once we have the marlin all cut up into these pieces and he’ll go ahead and add this combination of sugar, brown sugar and salt. So our viewers at home, all they have to do is go to their local grocery store, buy brown sugar, table salt and that's it. Okay, now we’re ready to go ahead and smoke it.
Thomas: We are ready right now.
Host: All right, let’s go to the smoker. That's good Eddy, that’s really good. Thank you very much Thomas, thank you Eddy.
Thomas: Thank you.
Host: And remember this is a recipe you can do at home. You don’t have to have a big smoker like this; you can use those little electric ones.