How to Eliminate Fish Bones

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Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford:

Here's an easy way to expose pesky bones in fish: Lay the fillet over an upside-down small bowl, then run your fingers over it to feel for bones. Pull them out with small pliers or fish tweezers, pressing down around the bone with your other hand so the fish doesn't tear. Give it a try with this Cornmeal-Crusted Trout from Food Network Magazine.

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