Lots of folks who provide recipes like to navigate into exotic and sometimes hard to navigate directions.
This month we’re getting back to the basics with the help of Tim Spice. Spice is the Boater Education Director for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. He’s also an accomplished outdoor chef. Here he teams up with Texas Parks and Wildlife TV to fry up a mess of crappie; lightly breaded and fried, and on the skillet with a touch of tarragon and lemon.
Texas Parks & Wildlife is a weekly, half-hour program airing on all the PBS stations throughout the Lone Star state, as well as a number of other public television stations around the country. You can also catch the show on about 60 city government and educational access channels across the state. Watch the show on your schedule with PBS Online or on their YouTube channel. Learn more on their website.