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Hello homies! So I thought I would make a classic English dish of fish and chips (and shrimp) but with a twist. Being that the fish and chips is grilled rather than fried or baked. So I guess that this is my version. Ha. 
Okay so first off the fish and shrimp. First off I will say something, I am not the biggest fan of fish, I hated it when I was a kid, I’m starting to come around to it now. Slowly. So if you’re someone who doesn’t like fish give this a try because I really liked it. Anyway, so on to what I did.
Ingredients for the fish: 
Talapia-3 pieces 
Salt & pepper to taste
Zest from half a lemon
Juice from half a lemon
Extra virgin olive oil

Put the oil and s&p and lemon stuff on one side of the fish pieces, turn pieces over and do the same with the other side. Then just let it sit for awhile. 

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Now the shrimp.
Salt & pepper to taste
Zest from half a lemon
Juice from half a lemon
1 tsp of paprika
2 cloves of garlic, chopped finely
Extra virgin olive oil

Just put everything in a bowl and toss and let it sit.

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Now for the chips or as us Americans call it potato wedges which is just lame to me. Chips just sound so much cooler. Right? 
Potatoes-6, cut into wedges
Extra virgin olive oil
Spice mix (this is just a mix I’ll make myself)
It has 1 Tsb of garlic powder
1 Tsb of onion powder
2 tsp of pepper 
1 tsp of salt
1/2 Tsb of coriander 
1 tsp of red pepper flakes
This makes up around half a cup, I just keep it in a jelly jar and put it on whatever, meat, veggies, pie, okay maybe not the pie. But I like to have a mixture on hand for when I need something to give the food some flavor. And I like to make it myself because it’s cheaper and I know what’s in it. I will also change up the spices and add different ones every time I need to make more.
So once the potatoes are cut put them in a bowl and add the oil and spic mix, and toss.
Then to cook I just put them into two separate foil pouches and threw them on the grill for 5 minutes on each side. I cooked them after I did the potato wedges. 
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Now go heat up that grill and throw those chips on! I put them on for around 5 minutes on each side. I realized sometime ago this summer that 20 minutes was way too long, I think it was the burnt pieces that tipped me off. But hey at least I realized my mistake. I usually do the wedges now between 5-7 minutes. And won’t have them on longer than 15 minutes.

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Now I have a special treat foe ya’ll! Dessert! I know, I can barely contain myself.
So I made grilled peaches and crumble. All I did was cut the peaches into fourths. And put the peaches on the grill. And I just did a oatmeal crumble.
1/3 cup of oatmeal
2-3 Tsb of flour
1/4 cup of white sugar (we didn’t have brown)
3 Tsb of butter 1 tsp of cinnamon
A pinch of salt
Mix all of the ingredients together minus the butter, then add the butter, and mix until it make’s crumble pieces. Then instead of toasting the crumble in the oven or on the skillet I did it on the grill and well it didn’t turn out quite right, it turned into a bubbly goo, then turned hard once it was cool. It was still edible, but next time I’ll toast it the right way.
Oh and of course I added some cool whip on top.

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Oh and I also had salad on the side. Nothing fancy. 
I hope you guys enjoyed this! 
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