Chances are, most of your guests have eaten catfish before. Maybe they caught one during a camping trip as a kid and later dad helped them cook it over an open fire. Or maybe they’re from the South, where backyard fish fries often feature catfish battered with cornmeal and served with French fries and coleslaw. But, chances are, they haven’t ordered catfish from a sit-down restaurant. Because catfish is a bottom-feeding fish in the wild, it is often perceived as dirty and ...

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