Do You Need a $150 Automatic Fish Skinner? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Today, on Kitchen Gadgets, we’re testing the automatic fish skinner, Skinzit, versus a chef’s knife. – Um, sorry Cliff, no. – No? – No, I’m doing it. Oh. – Sorry. – Oh. – Yeah, sorry, I wanna test the Skinzit. – Alright, ah, bye. (laughs) – [Cliff] That’s all. – Sayonara. Okay. Bye. Ladies […]

How to Buy & Cook Catfish | Fish Filleting

When you’re buying a catfish, what you’re looking for is, again, something like any fish, something that doesn’t smell too funky. You really want it to be nice and actually have virtually no smell at all. They are bottom feeders, so when gutting them, you may get a little bit of a smell. But, honestly, […]

How to Remove the Catfish Skin | Fish Filleting

So once you actually have the filet removed, you can actually just take it off and filet it as you would any other fish and just bring it close to the edge and remove the skin. The other way that a lot of people do it with catfish is that because it is kind of […]

How To Fillet A Fish – Easy Instructions

I’m about to demonstrate the way to fillet a rainbow trout. So the first thing you do is you want to set the trout on your fillet board with the back facing to you. You then want to slide the nose up into the clamp on the fillet board, and that way it has a […]

How to Buy & Cook Salmon | Fish Filleting

When you are looking for salmon in a store or something when you’re buying it, what you’re really looking for is something that is pretty fresh. You can either look at the eyes and make sure that they’re nice and clear. They may have a little bit of haziness to them, but they shouldn’t be […]

How to Remove Pin Bones from Salmon | Fish Filleting

So what we’re going to do is we’re going to pull out pin bones on the fish. This, again, can be used for just about any process, whether it’s striper, snapper, salmon, anything that has those big, long pin bones. All you really need are some nice needle-nose pliers. You can spend some money and […]