Originally Posted by martyleach
I mean that looks great.....but we went to the Cayman Islands about 29 years ago and all you could get served was Conch this or that. And it was all awful! Maybe they have improved through genetic cross breeding. Or inbreeding for that matter.
Nice post and I love the sizzle!
Thanks Marty, We have a house in Belize and I know how you feel. Conch is a tricky protein and is generally over sold to the Tourists. They are protected on Ambergris Caye where we live and seasonally harvested. However, I don't think I have seen them too widely marketed there.
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