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Bynni its called Shabbot also . . famous and popular in Iraq and eygpty . tender, smooth in texture and mild with practically no "fishy" taste. Just about anyone should find it enjoyable -. Some find the spines rather annoying, but unlike those of the milkfish they are impossible to remove before cooking. To enjoy delicious carp people just have to learn to deal with the spines at the table like the rest of the world does. If you don't want to deal with them, use catfish instead . We don't think that you will have a problem with the spines. As with most fish you eat carp with chopsticks, breaking it up as you go along. The spines are large and are easy to find that way. In any case, do provide a small bowl or some other way for your guests to dispose of the spines. Even in formal Victorian society it was permissible to remove fish bones from the mouth (but nothing else). There's no need to skin grass carp, but some picky eaters just won't eat skin, so you may want to serve filets skin side down so such people can leave it on the plate easily, or you can easily peel it off after cooking.
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