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Old 03-02-2018, 10:38 PM
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Default Marzano's in Parkland, WA

Last night we had dinner with friends at Marzano's. I had local mussels and fresh smoked bacon in a cream that was just excellent and for a main had their Arctic char special. It was excellent as well. I don't usually order a special but love char.
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Default Re: Marzano's in Parkland, WA

That's a beautiful dish John.
If we ever make it to Sweetwater Chophouse again, I'm going to photo the phood.
It's that place I told you about a while back that's on the grounds of the country club/golf course.
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Default Re: Marzano's in Parkland, WA

have you seen any steelhead locally?

steelhead is simply not to be had anywhere around here anymore.
we used to get some from native fishermen but I think they've closed that loophole.
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Default Re: Marzano's in Parkland, WA

I see it occasionally but do not think it is wild caught.

My friend in Oregon has been slaying them this year. I think they have caught at least 10 keepers. Oregon has a wonderful steelhead hatchery program . All native steelhead are released and only hatchery fish may be kept. Guides aren't cheap but he is getting up there in years and fishes like every trip may be his last.

I love to eat trout.... tonight I was going to grill steaks but may do some salmon. I have a few pieces in the freezer that need to go.
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