Jonathan Gold follows the 'Snook Whisperer' legend to four restaurants

A chef brings his famous whole fish dish from one restaurant to another
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 24, 2017
Pescado zarandeado is one of the wonders of the seafood world, a broad, thin fish sliced neatly in half on the vertical axis, roasted slowly over a smoky fire and served on a platter the size of a skimboard — half an acre of smoking, char-edged...
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