When presented at table, the head was easily pulled apart.
Did anybody catch any other details of how the tuna head was prepared?
I live in the USA When living in Alaska Tuna head was the family gathering food. The spices used can be almost any fish friendly herb or spice. ...If in a pinch use old bay, I like to toss it in sifted flour with a bit of lemon juice, and spices. The key in cooking, is the slow process. about 325 to 350 degrees for four to four and a half hours. The meat will fall off the bones, and unlike any other meat, you will have a variety of flavors(about 8 different wonderful flavors of meat). Enjoy :)