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Well - this started off as fish grill recipes, but I realised that many of these recipes would be great cooked on the barbecue.
Some of you are going to be lucky enough to live in a climate where you can safely plan to barbecue, but here in England, we can never be sure of the weather.
At the beginning of March 2006, we were brought to a standstill by a day of snow - three weeks later, we were in the middle of a heatwave and people were walking round in shorts - it's unreal.
My son, who was 15 at the time, even commented on the change - it's a very British thing to do and he obviously became a Briton at that point!
As a result of this unpredictable weather, it is often necessary to alter our plans to have outdoor gatherings and move them inside.
Most of these recipes will be suitable for either grill or barbecue.
Fish steaks will take between 3 and 7 minutes, depending on their thickness - a split lobster will take about 15 minutes.
I think you'll find that the timing of barbcued fish is not much different to grilling fish - so be guided by the times in the actual recipe you're following - whether you're using the grill or the barbecue.
Fish which is grilled or barbecued often has a marinade - not to tenderise, but to flavour and help protect from burning.
The details for these will be in the individual recipes listed.
Marinades will also be found in the Seafood Sauce section.
Enjoy these recipes - and have fun BBQing.
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