How to Cut Halibut
By Renee Shelton
dark side up on a large, flat, clean surface. Make an incision along
the backbone, cutting the fish in half vertically.
crosswise cuts, perpendicular to the bone, into steaks of desired
sizes, with thickness from 3/4 to 2 inches.
ends, if too small for steaks, can be left for roasts or cut into
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Shelton is the owner of this site, runs the fishing chef blog, and is the Fishing Editor for the 2nd largest women's website on the internet, BellaOnline.com. Keep up with her at her blog Sand and Succotash. Her book Basic Fish Cooking Methods: A No Frills Guide for Preparing Fresh Fish is available on Amazon.
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