Dryland Fish Fry
First you need to take a trip into the woodland to hunt for these elusive delicacies.
Once you find a whole load of them, drag them back home in a garbade bag.
Wash thoroughly and let soak for a couple of hours in a bath of salt water.
This kills all the little buggers that might be in 'em.
Dry off with paper towels or let stand on a towel to drain dry.
Prepare a wash of beaten egg in a medium sized bowl (if you're lucky enough to
find that many dryland fish, if not, then a small bowl will do fine).
Cut the dryland fish lengthwise and soak in the egg wash.
Dip in a bowl of either flour, or cornmeal, whichever your preference
and fry in a cast iron skillet with about 2 1/2 inches of hot grease.
Dig in and Eat!