quote:I was thinking of this statement this weekend when I was at a local steakhouse and a coworker of mine claimed he was going to get the halibut because it was “healthy”. When the dish came out I could see the butter oozing out of the fish. Now I’m not saying it was worse than my filet that was swimming in butter, but fish in a restaurant is not as “healthy” as most people think.
Totally. Seafood is usually soaked in butter most of the time. Especially in those iron deep dish plates. People are like "Oh it's so buttery and creamy" "I never had flounder so good" Clueless
Not to mention the people who think they are doing themsleves a favor at mcdonalds avoiding an evil quarter pounder but order a fried fish sandwich with tarter sauce. That's worse!
Yes - when it comes to red meat, the cut and quality definitely matters. I guess that applies to all food. Quality is the key.