Ten-Second Tips for the Kitchen | Fish
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To remove pin bones: Some fish, like salmon, have pesky bones that are hard to remove and unpleasant to bite into.  To resolve this problem, drape your filet over an upside-down bowl.  The curve of the bowl makes the little bones stick up for easy removal with tweezers.

To thaw quickly: Put frozen fish in a zippered freezer bag and submerge in a bowl filled with water.

To remove freezer burn taste: Try thawing frozen fish in milk. The milk draws out the freezer taste and provides a fresh-caught flavor.

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