Ugly, obscure fish become N. Carolina chef's specialty

05/22/2013 | Independent Weekly (Durham, N.C.)

Chef James Clark of Carolina Crossroads in Chapel Hill, N.C., is turning his affluent patrons into adventurous diners by serving unheard of and often avoided fish such as jolthead porgy and rose-spotted snapper in gourmet fashion. "My favorite is line-caught scorpion fish. They've got this hideous face with knobs," he said. "Most people won't give them a second glance, but I'm telling you, it's the best–tasting fish in the world."

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