Catfish by Georgia’s BBQ

Georgia’s Eastside BBQ

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11 Responses to Catfish by Georgia’s BBQ

  1. DAM says:

    That looks incredible.

  2. M.Lane says:

    Man that photo is KILLING me! I have to get some of that!

    ML
    mlanesepic.blogspot.com

  3. shaun says:

    Seriously, that is glorious.

  4. Hugh says:

    catfish with cheese?
    Wtf?

  5. Hugh says:

    Cheese and catfish DO NOT MIX

  6. drinkinanddronin says:

    You sound really upset about a slice of cheese on a catfish sandwich. Depending on where you are from, they certainly do mix, my friend.

  7. Hugh says:

    You had my trust as an arbiter of taste and then you put cheese on a perfectly good fried catfish.

    No noodling for you.

  8. drinkinanddronin says:

    Actually, Georgia’s put the cheese on it and while I’ve never had cheese on fish…I didn’t really mind it.

  9. Hugh says:

    All good. But that wasn’t really cheese though… it was a Kraft slice, which makes the whole of Europe squeal with revulsion.

    I realize you did not put the cheese on the sandwich, merely enabled its existence.

    No noodling for you.

  10. drinkinanddronin says:

    Since when did cheese have anything to do with Europe? I suppose I need to put an aged cheese on such things as a Grilled Cheese from here on out? This is even coming from someone who loves fine cheeses.

  11. Barry says:

    Hugh, buddy, not sure if you have ever experienced fried catfish in your exclusive Europe cuisine, but obviously you are a little lacking in catfish knowledge. There are 2 main variations on the fried catfish sandwich: the New Orleans-style Po Boy (with cabbage, tomato, pickle, and mayo/tartar on french bread) and the basic southern catfish sandwich (white bread, mustard, pickle, onion, and american cheese.) Both are very well established. If you don’t like that, you should probably stick to fish and chips.

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