Everyone loves a good codfish recipe! Especially after a full day on the Ginny G, catching codfish. Below is a recipe that is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters, and can be used with your freshly caught codfish!
1 1/2 cups dry breadcrumbs
1 1/2 cups yellow cornmeal
2 1/2 teaspoons seasoning salt
1 1/2 teaspoons lemon pepper (or use 1 teaspoon black pepper or to taste)
1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder (garlic lovers increase to 2 teaspoons if desired)
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper (more or less if desired)
6 (6 ounce) cod fish fillets (about 3/4-inch thick)
3 large eggs, slightly beaten
6 -7 tablespoons vegetable oil (more or less as needed)
1 Preheat oven to 475 degrees (set oven rack to second-lowest position).
2 In a large heavy ziploc plasic bag combine bread crumbs, cornmeal, seasoning salt, lemon pepper, cayenne and garlic powder; shake the bag to mix (can use a shallow bowl).
3 In a shallow bowl slightly beat the eggs.
4 Adding one piece of fish at a time to the bag, coat well with the mixture, then remove and dip the fish in the eggs, then return to the bag to coat the fish again, repeat for all of the cod pieces; transfer to a plate.
5 Heat about 3 tablespoons oil in a large 12-inch ovenproof skillet (preferably cast-iron) over high heat until hot but not smoking.
6 Fry the fish until the undersides are golden brown (about 1 minute).
7 Turn over and add in another 3-4 tablespoons oil; cook another 1 minute more.
8 Place the skillet in the oven and bake for about 5-6 minutes or until JUST cooked through.
Avoid the crowds and let the Ginny G take you on a private whale watching trip. We have already had two whale watching trips this season and the weather just keeps getting better, making the Provincetown whale watching trip even more enjoyable. Grab 5 of your friends and join us for a whale watch trip to remember. All you need to pack is some food and drinks and of course your camera, and we will take care of the rest. Enjoy the views, the whales, and relaxing on the beautiful waters off Provincetown. Whale watching trips last 4-5 hours and can accommodate up to six people. Call us today to reserve your trip!
The Ginny G offers fantastic sport fishing trips as well as bird watching and whale watching trips. Docked at MacMillan Pier in Provincetown, MA, the Ginny G is located in the heart of town. Great for a family sport fishing trip, or a trip with just friends. Gather up a few guy friends or girl friends and enjoy fishing, birding, or whale watching on a private 34 foot Wayne Beal Down East Sport Fishing boat. With a full bathroom, sink, heated cabin and plenty of comfortable seating, everyone is sure to have a great time.
Call us today to reserve your Cape Cod sport fishing trip, catch some fish, then eat your freshly caught fish for dinner. All fish is cleaned before it leaves the boat, ready for you to prepare as you wish.
Spring into fishing this year! It is almost that time of year, where we bring the Ginny G down to the docks and load her into the salty water at Provincetown Pier. The Ginny G has been cleaned and serviced and is ready for the water and she cannot wait to charter all of her guests all around the local Cape Cod waters to catch some BIG fish. The Ginny G can hold up to 6 adults, and we have many trip options to choose from: 4 hour stripers, full day stripers, 8-10 hour tuna, 8-10 hour combos, 8-10 hour cod and groundfish and whale watching trips. Contact us today to book your trip for 2013!
Spring is finally here on Cape Cod and we cannot be more excited. Very soon the Ginny G will be in the water, with fishing poles in the water, ready to catch some big fish! Thinking about the upcoming fishing season has us thinking about all of the great recipes for Striper. We catch a lot of Stripers on our boat and below we have a very yummy recipe you can try after you have caught your fish and are back home ready to enjoy it. All fish caught on the Ginny G is fileted and ready to cook.
4 fillets striped bass, skin on (about 6 ounces each)
Fresh chives, cut into 3/4-inch lengths, for garnish (optional)
Lemon wedges, for garnish (optional)
Combine oil, lemon juice, thyme or oregano, garlic, and pepper in a large shallow bowl. Add fish to marinade, and turn to coat; cover with plastic wrap, and place in the refrigerator 30 minutes.
Heat a grill or grill pan over medium-high heat. Remove fish from marinade, letting excess drip off. Place on grill, skin side down, and season with salt. Grill until skin is lightly browned and starting to crisp. Carefully turn fillets, and cook until well browned and cooked through (center will be opaque), 5 to 6 minutes. Garnish with chives and lemon wedges, if desired. Serve hot or at room temperature.
Here on Cape Cod we are unsure of whether or not Spring has actually arrived. The temperatures today were in the 30′s and it was wet and rainy. Where are the warm temperatures and the sun? We are hoping the weather will a take a turn for the better very soon, the Ginny G is getting ready for the water and we hope to have her at the docks in early May. We cannot wait to go on some Cape Cod sport fishing trips for the 2013 season. Captain Dave Gibson is ready to catch some fish!
May could not come any sooner… we are very excited for the 2013 Cape Cod sport fishing season to begin. The Ginny G is getting prepped as we speak and she will be getting wet early May. We are hoping for some really great weather this Spring, Summer and Fall and we cannot wait to see all of our sport fishing groups again.
If you are planning your Cape Cod vacation now, you can call us or reserve your Provincetown sportfishing trip aboard the Ginny G online. Our boat can hold 6 people and we have several trips each day throughout the season to choose from. Contact us today to reserve your 2013 fishing trip!
The Ginny G is out of the water and bundled up for the Winter. We will be taking it easy this Winter and enjoying the time off. Be sure to come down and fish with us in Provincetown for the 2013 season. We look forward to seeing you all then!
We have had a great Summer, fishing for bass, blues, tuna and more! Each trip we have caught fish, each group has enjoyed their time on the water, and each day had its own challenges, but we made it through and we are enjoying our final days on the water for 2012 fishing. Fall fishing is very different than Summer, the fish are different, the weather is different, the feel is just all together different, but this is not always a bad thing, we have some very enjoyable trips in the Fall season, and catching tuna is the best part. If you do not get a chance to fish with us this Fall, we hope to see you Spring of 2013!