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South O' the Border White Seabass

Updated: March 9, 2010, 4:50 PM ET

South O' the Border White Seabass Contributed by: Beverly Seltzer of Los Gatos, Calif.

Believe it or not, this one started out as, "What can I do with these leftover cashews?" It wound up as one of my favorites. You can pick up untreated cedar planks at gourmet or barbecue stores. In a pinch, you can cook this dish without a plank, either in a barbecue or 375-degree oven. Also great with any tuna species, salmon and wahoo.

Makes four to six servings

2 pounds white seabass ...

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